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I have thought for a while now that I must be the biggest Rockies fan in the Northwest. Real Rockies fans are few and far between, but we're out there, and we're passionate. I am currently serving as an intern for the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, a single-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants. I grew up in Colorado, moved to Oregon to go to school, and am now searching for a long-term job in baseball. I play golf when I can, like to run at least a few times a week, and like to drink Busch Light in my free time. I have estimated that I spend upwards of 14 hours a day thinking about baseball. That's probably too much.
Can the Padres stay afloat in the NL West?
Next up in the Joel's MLB Franchise Top 10 series is the Rockies. Take a look when you get a chance.
I've been writing articles on the MLB 9s and thought you'd like my Colorado Rockies' piece.
Any thoughts or feedback would be greatly appreciated.
Here's how we all voted. Thanks so much for the help. Enjoy.
In wake of the ALCS, please check out my interview with the former Yankee and Angel, the truly inspirational, Jim Abbott!
Huston Street was the man coming out of college. Now he's back to doing big things with the Rockies. If you have a moment, please check out my column.
Former MLB player Eric Karros called my article into question on Colin Cowherd's ESPN Radio show yesterday.
He challenged me for a re-do: but here's my response.
I assure you, it's not just a ridiculous personal attack, but it shows that Karros was off-base with his statements.
Uh oh. This guy might write about the Rockies better than you do, at least in this article. He might be your long lost twin bro based on what I gather.
I've finally published my findings from the survey I conducted of FCs around the league on the state of the Indians.
Take a look...
Thanks again for participating in the survey!