Colorado Rockies Must Make Moves To Be Competitive in 2010

Posted: 11th December 2009 by David Martin in MLB
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The Colorado Rockies are becoming known as a come-from-behind team. In 2007 the Rockies completed the best three weeks to end a season in the history of the game. In 2009, the Rockies recovered from a such a huge deficit that Congress may want to call Jim Tracy for some advice. The Rockies are quickly gaining notoriety around the baseball world as a good team, but they have already achieved one title that they aim to change in 2010. The Rockies have gained the dubious title of being extremely slow starters. In 2007 the Rockies finished April with a 10-16 record and were sitting 10 games under .500 on May 21 before they started a seven-game winning streak that turned their season around. In '09 not much was different. When Clint Hurdle was fired as manager on May 29, the Rockies were 2 ...

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