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In their 18 year history, the Colorado Rockies have never won the NL West division, though they have made the playoffs as a Wild Card in two of the past four years, reaching the World Series in 2007. In 2010 they finished with a very respectable 83-79 record, and thanks to massive comeback in August and September, nearly overtook the San Francisco Giants for the division crown. With young superstars dotting the roster, expectations are very high entering the 2011 MLB Season.
The Rockies play their home games in Denver, Colorado at spectacular Coors Field. Because of the high altitude in Denver, Coors Field, which seats over 50,000 fans, is the most hitter-friendly park in Major League Baseball. The rarified air provides a great place for sluggers like Troy Tulowitzki, Carlos Gonzalez and Ian Stewart to ply their trade, though it does present some problems for the Rockies pitching staff. Thankfully for fans of the team, Ubaldo Jimenez, Jorge de la Rosa, and Jason Hammel have adjusted to their surroundings, and are a very formidable trio of starters. The 2011 MLB Season is a wide-open race with plenty of teams capable of winning the World Series, including the Colorado Rockies.
The Colorado Rockies have reached postseason play in two of the past four seasons, but have to capture an NL West title in their 18-year existence. In 2010 they finished with a winning record, compiling 83 wins against 79 losses, but it was only good enough for the third place in the division.
With a slew of young stars in the making on the roster, expectations are incredibly high entering 2011. MVP candidates Carlos Gonzalez and Troy Tulowitzki headline the offensive lineup, but players like Dexter Fowler, Ian Stewart, and Jose Lopez are expected to play important roles as well. The pitching staff features ace Ubaldo Jimenez, along with up-and-coming hurlers Jorge De La Rosa, Jason Hammel, and Jhoulys Chacin.
What was the record of the Colorado Rockies last year? 73-89
The home stadium for the Colorado Rockies is? Coors Field, Denver
Who is the Manager of the Colorado Rockies? Jim Tracy
What division are the Colorado Rockies a part of? NL West Division
Who is the General Manager of the Colorado Rockies? Dan O’Dowd