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  • Rockies Sign Harold Castro To Minor League Deal

    The Rockies have landed infielder Harold Castro on a minor league deal, MLBTR can confirm. The move was first reported by Efrain Zavarce of IVC Networks. The deal comes with an invite to major league spring training. Castro is represented by the MAS+ Agency. Castro, 29, put up a .271/.300/.381 line with seven home runs…

    Jan 21 · MLB Trade Rumors Rockies Harold Castro
  • Kris Bryant To Be Full-Go For Spring Training

    Colorado Rockies third baseman/outfielder Kris Bryant (foot) said over the weekend that he will head into spring training fully healthy and without restrictions. Bryant only managed to play in 42 games in his first year with the Rockies due to multiple injuries, mainly plantar fasciitis in his foot. It's good news that he's healthy already, but fantasy managers will be wary that the 31-year-old slugger can continue to stay healthy as he heads into the latter portion of his career. When the four-time All-Star was healthy in 2022, though, he hit a strong .306/.376/.475 with an .851 OPS, five home runs, 14 RBI and 28 runs scored in 181 plate appearances. Bryant's power was down, but he's a prime bounce-back candidate in the best hitting environment in baseball in 2023 and will have eligibility at third base and the outfield.

    Jan 17 · Source via Rockies Kris Bryant
  • Rockies Acquire Connor Seabold

    The Colorado Rockies have acquired right-handed pitcher Connor Seabold from the Boston Red Sox. Per a tweet from's Mark Feinsand on Tuesday, Colorado is sending a player to be named or cash considerations to the American League East club. Seabold made five starts for Boston during the 2022 season, throwing 18.1 innings in the process while logging an 11.29 ERA, a 6.39 FIP, and 19 strikeouts compared to eight walks allowed. He'll give the Rockies some additional rotation depth heading into next season. As of now, Colorado's starting pitching options include Kyle Freeland, German Marquez, Antonio Senzatela, Austin Gomber, Peter Lambert, Jose Urena, and Ryan Feltner.

    Jan 17 · Source via Rockies Red Sox Connor Seabold
  • Kris Bryant Expected To Be Healthy For Spring Training

    Despite being limited to 42 games due to a lower back strain and left foot plantar fasciitis, Rockies’ outfielder Kris Bryant has proclaimed himself 100% ready for baseball, reports Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post. Saunders adds that Bryant does not anticipate any restrictions when he reports to Salt River Fields for Spring Training. Manager…

    Jan 15 · MLB Trade Rumors Rockies Kris Bryant
  • Brendan Rodgers To Make $2.7 Million In 2023

    The Colorado Rockies and second baseman Brendan Rodgers avoided salary arbitration on Friday by agreeing to a one-year, $2.7 million deal. In his fourth year in the big leagues with the Rockies in 2022, Rodgers slashed .266/.325/.408 with a .733 OPS, 13 home runs, 63 RBI and 72 runs scored in 581 plate appearances and a career-high 137 games. He hasn't been much to look at from a fantasy perspective with only 28 home runs, 123 RBI and no stolen bases in four seasons at Coors Field, but offers the Rockies great defense at the keystone and could develop more power along the way. Rodgers remains a decent selection as a middle infielder in deep mixed leagues in 2023.

    Jan 13 · Source via Rockies Brendan Rodgers
  • Rockies Avoid Arbitration With Austin Gomber

    The Colorado Rockies avoided salary arbitration with left-hander Austin Gomber on Wednesday by agreeing to a one-year, $1.65 million deal, according to sources familiar with the deal. Gomber was a key piece in the blockbuster trade that sent third baseman Nolan Arenado to the St. Louis Cardinals. The 29-year-old southpaw appeared in a career-high 33 games (17 starts) in his second season in Colorado in 2022 and went 5-7 with a career-high 5.56 ERA (4.54 FIP), 1.37 WHIP and career-low 18.0% strikeout rate in 124 1/3 innings pitched. Depending on how he fares in spring training, Gomber could be a candidate to start the regular season in Colorado's starting rotation, but he'd be a pretty shaky streamer in deep leagues.

    Jan 11 · Source via Rockies Austin Gomber
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