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Sean Marshall plan put off amid health concerns
Before obtaining starter Brett Anderson, the Rockies nearly landed the left-hander they wanted for their bullpen.
Rockies' Carlos Gonzalez swings without pain off batting tee
As the Rockies attempt to bolster their roster at the winter meetings, there is nothing more important to their success next season than healthy star players.
Colorado Rockies: Rocky Ground In The Bullpen
The Colorado Rockies bullpen has already been through some major changes in the early days of the offseason.
Saturday Rockpile: The Toddfather speaks
Earlier this week, SI.com ran this fantastic piece by none other than Todd Helton, discussing a variety of topics, but primarily looking at what he is looking forward to in retirement after 17 seasons as the Rockies' first baseman.
The News Journal
MLB roundup: Cardinals trade David Freese to Angels
ST. LOUIS - Former World Series MVP David Freese was traded from his hometown St. Louis Cardinals to the Los Angeles Angels in a four-player deal Friday that reunites Albert Pujols with a pair of ex-teammates.
The Miami Herald
Rockies, Hawkins complete deal
This July 16, 2007 file photo shows Colorado Rockies relief pitcher LaTroy Hawkins throwing against the Pittsburgh Pirates during a baseball game in Pittsburgh.
Jay Z touts Cano in meeting with Mets
Jay Z, the new agent for Robinson Cano, had dinner Monday night with top officials of the New York Mets.
The Jackson Sun
Sources: LaTroy Hawkins agrees to become Rockies' closer
The Colorado Rockies agreed with veteran reliever LaTroy Hawkins on a one-year, $2.5 million contract to be their closer, two people with knowledge of the deal told USA TODAY Sports.
Colorado Rockies: Tulo rumors merely smoke
Baseball may not be generating any headline news until the winter meetings, but that doesn't mean there isn't news happening.
Big Moves Colorado Rockies Could Actually Pull Off This Offseason
Talk about a change in philosophy. The Colorado Rockies seem to be immersed neck-deep in a pool of trade rumors and are primed to pull off some unprecedented moves this offseason.
Colorado Rockies offseason: $50M and 5 moves
Good news, everyone. Thanks to a projected increase in revenue from the addition of "The Rooftop" party deck in Coors Field, ownership has authorized the expansion of the Rockies payroll by $50 million per season going forward.