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SEPTEMBER 25: Todd Helton #17 of the Colorado Rockies greets the fans after he played his last home game at Coors Field on September 25, 2013 in Denver, Colorado.
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In an Insider-only piece, ESPN.com's Jim Bowden profiles 10 players over whom scouts are drooling this spring.
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Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant will open a location in Coors Field this year, serving Mexican food and its famously strong margaritas.
The Rockies today will field what looks like their Opening Day lineup, sans the pitcher, against the Padres at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
One of the things being overlooked right now when it comes to the 2014 Rockies is Walt Weiss.
They're each former high Draft choices, as Culberson was taken No. 51 overall in 2007 and Rutledge in 2010's third round.
Jeff Manship entered free agency last Oct. 19, two days after the pitching-starved Colorado Rockies discarded the righthander.
Brandon Barnes will be hitting lead-off and Drew Stubbs second in today's fake game of testing for things.
Gray, the No. 3 overall pick in last year's First-Year Player Draft, was charged with a blown save in the sixth when he allowed a game-tying RBI single to A's shortstop He also gave up a double in the sixth before putting the A's down in order in the seventh.
Brett Anderson was Oakland's Opening Day starter last year and hopes to be in that role for Colorado in 2014 Brett Anderson, who was acquired this off-season for Drew Pomeranz , faces his old team for the first time in Spring Training action today.
Among the strong performances for the Rockies early in Spring Training, one that has stood out has been that of infielder, and sometimes outfielder, Charlie Culberson .
He has the potential to be exactly what the Rockies need to anchor a rotation that has been the club's real trouble spot the past two years.
Tony Clark, the executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, was at Salt River Fields on Friday for the MLBPA's annual meeting with Rockies players and coaches.