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It has gotten to the point where fans, gamers, and observers can say that the Colorado Rockies aren’t even trying. Colorado has had two playoff appearances since 2010 and has not finished with a winning record since 2018. The Rockies lost 103 games in 2023 and showered gamblers with plenty of red ink. Strangely, Colorado ranks in the middle of the pack for MLB payroll. Yet, they have not built anything close to a team that could reach the .500 mark.

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In 2023, the Colorado Rockies had a record of 59-103 and finished 5th in the National League West Division. Offensively, Colorado ranked 18th for runs scored, 17th for batting average, 20th for OPS, 27th for home runs, and 28th for stolen bases.

Defensively, Colorado ranked 30th for earned run average, 30th for WHIP, 28th for strikeouts, 28th for quality starts, 14th for fewest errors, and 30th for bullpen ERA. Colorado was -1233 on the moneyline and -176 on the run line.

Last season, the Rockies became a team to oppose by gamblers who wanted nothing to do with them. While Colorado did lose a lot of money on the moneyline, some superior teams lost more. It all comes down to pricing, and Colorado was priced so favorably that they were able to offer value occasionally. Colorado was close to breaking even on the runline for the same reason.

Key offseason acquisitions: RHP Cal Quantrill, RHP Dakota Hudson, LHP Jalen Beeks, C Jacob Stallings, RHP Anthony Molina

Key offseason departures: LHP Brent Suter, RHP Chris Flexen

Acquiring Quantrill from the Guardians and signing Hudson after some good times and some injured times with the Cardinals shored up the rotation.

The big concern for 2024 is whether younger starters who were forced into action last year learn enough to be competitive when called upon in 2024.

It doesn’t help that they slept through the offseason, adding a backup catcher and two starting pitchers who strike out fewer batters than almost anyone else in baseball.

It would appear that the plan is to get hitters to put the ball in play. While they have two of the best defenders in baseball with Ezequiel Tovar and Brenton Doyle, more balls in play at Coors Field is a very, very bad idea.

Coors Field is great at turning batted balls into hits. So maybe don’t get pitchers who already allow too many hits. It’s not like you could have expected the Rockies to trade for Corbin Burnes or sign a free-agent starter, but even if you set the bar extremely low, they somehow stayed under it.

Colorado ranks 15th for MLB payroll.

Colorado Rockies Key Players

LHP Kyle Freeland is the Rockies’ number one starter. Last year, Freeland was 6-14 with a 5.03 ERA and 1.47 WHIP. It was Freeland’s worst season since 2019.

RHP Tyler Kinley is the Colorado closer. In 2023, Kinley was 0-4 with a 6.06 ERA and 1.65 WHIP. It was the worst season of his career.

In 2023, 1B Kris Bryant produced 36 runs, ten doubles, ten home runs, 31 RBI, a .233 average, and a .680 OPS. Bryant could only play 80 games in 2023.

Colorado Rockies Manager

Since 2017, Bud Black has been the Colorado manager.

Season-by-Season Record (Since 2015)

2023 59 103 5th -
2022 68 94 5th -
2021 74 87 4th -
2020 26 34 4th -
2019 71 91 4th -
2018 91 72 2nd Lost NLDS (Brewers) 3–0
2017 87 75 3rd Lost NLWC (Diamondbacks)
2016 75 87 3rd -
2015 68 94 5th -
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