The Rockies made the playoffs in 2017 and ’18 but haven’t been able to do in a tough NL West the last three years. The team hopes improvements made to the club on both sides of the ball will help this year. Trevor Story departed, but the team signed Kris Bryant to a free-agency deal, and they also acquired C.J. Cron and Randal Grichuk. Connor Joe and Ryan McMahon are expected to improve, and veteran Charlie Blackmon remains a stalwart in the outfield. In a good sign, Brendan Rogers hit more home runs away from Coors than at home. German Marquez and Kyle Freeland anchor the rotation, and Antonio Senzatela proved himself to be a ground-ball pitcher, which is perfect for a pitcher starting half of his games at Coors Field.
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