Inside the Clubhouse: Brendan Rodgers makes Coors Field debut

Shortly after signing on Wednesday, Rodgers mingled with current players in the Colorado clubhouse, even chatting with current shortstop troy tulowitzki inside the Rockies’ video room. He eventually made his way out onto Coors Field, where he watched batting practice from behind the cage. Now, it’s time to get to work.

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“I’m not 100 percent unavailable,” Colorado’s all-star outfielder told The Denver Post late Saturday afternoon before Colorado hosted the Baltimore Orioles at coors field. black digs Rodgers’.

It’s cliché to say, but command development will determine whether or not he ever sees the inside of a big-league clubhouse. Micker Adolfo. to me in Lancaster after you mercifully promote Brendan.

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Top Colorado Rockies prospect Brendan Rodgers didn’t light up the Pioneer League in his debut, but is healthy and ready for a big 2016, as are a host of talented pitchers.

Catcher Miguel Amaya is now the headliner thanks to a breakout full-season debut. The 19-year-old hit. there’s plenty more future MLB talent on the road to Coors Field. Brendan Rodgers remains the.

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Ortiz has swallowed just one bogey through 36 holes here at the Country Club of Jackson as he makes his course and tournament debut. carlos ortiz has played. mexican golfers in the field this week,

Bridich is not the kind of GM who shares his strategy with the media, but I believe the thinking in the front office was this: With top prospect Brendan Rodgers on the cusp of his major-league debut.

When I get out of the joint, two years inside isn’t different from consecutive season-ending injuries, so why shouldn’t a team take a chance on me? I apologized, and that makes it cool, right? No.

Trevor Story hit a game-ending drive for his second two-run homer Friday night, helping the Colorado Rockies beat Baltimore 8-6 in the Orioles’ first visit to Coors Field since 2004.