Colorado Rockies At MLB Opening Day

Posted by Zotta Rendevouz


Colorado Rockies At MLB Opening Day: Several years (almost the first decade and a half), the opening day was the best time for fans hope Colorado Rockies.

Of course, with the start of the 2011 season today at 14:00 MDT on optimism for the Rockies is still a mile high in Denver, but the Rox requires less blind faith of fans.

These Rockies are a great way to compete for the crown first NL West Division, set to position itself in the playoffs for the third time in five years.

These Rockies are in charge of his beloved manager Jim Tracy, a class act who really cares about his players and be the first and the second winner.

Tracy is a rare kind of coach who can look beyond the mass of all contracts and see into the soul of millionaires. He knows how to motivate and communicate with them.

These Rockies are fortunate to have Troy Tulowitzki and Gonzalez Carlo threading in their purple stripes on the left side of the field.

Tulo and cargo competing for MVP last season, and one could steal the trophy and the show in 2011.

And both have signed to play the Rocky Mountains, until 2017, there is no doubt that one of the stars take home in Colorado after the first MVP Larry Walker in 1997.

These Rockies met with the best young talent, but their two grizzly bear, veterans of the team to maintain the line.

Todd Helton, "Mr. Rocky" is back and he says he is in the best shape in years, while Jason Giambi hopes to be useful again in his fill-in and a pinch hitting roles.

These Rockies are rapidly cargo Dexter Fowler, Eric Young, Jr. and Jonathan Herrerra and Colorado will be more aggressive on the base paths.

These Rockies pitching, starting and bullpen.

Ubaldo Jimenez expected Top 20 victories this season after ruins after the All Star break in 2010. Other inputs, Jorge de la Rosa, Jhoulys Chacin, Jason Hammel and Jhoulys Chacin, everyone brings their own specialties, Fireball throwing things plain nasty.

And the bull pen, Matt Belisle, Rafael Betancourt and Matt Reynolds to be strong, while Huston Street is expected to recover from his injuries in a complete form in 2009, 2010.

These Rockies will be good, they can even be big and they will make the playoffs again in October.

The potential is there for Colorado to win the division, even if it means for the World Series champion Giants and the depth of their launch, it's all up to the Rocky Mountains to what is actually going.

Monforts opened the wallet and used Buku dollars for the first time ever, the pieces are in place, no more excuses.