5 Reasons the Future Is Still Bright for the Colorado Rockies

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5 Reasons the Future Is Still Bright for the Colorado Rockies
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Rockies pitching prospect Jonathan Gray is putting up monster numbers in the minors.

As the Colorado Rockies sit 18 games back of the streaking LA Dodgers, the remainder of September will comprise of lineup, rookie and rotation experimentation.

Injury-prone Dexter Fowler and Carlos Gonzalez will have their playing time limited while Colorado’s young guns are put on display.

It’s undoubtedly been yet another disappointing season for the Blake Street Bombers. The pieces were all there, but they simply failed to come together at the right times.

Individual streaks from guys like Gonzalez, Michael Cuddyer and Wilin Rosario happened often but never at once. The bullpen, which started the season as one of the best, lost its luster midway through the season, failing to support an uncharacteristically above average rotation.

However, fans should realize that the future is bright and success near for the Rockies.

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