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Mark Knudson’s Three Strikes Blog: Rockies front office plays not to lose; CSU could be better off after Power Five split, and where does CU fit into new CFB landscape?

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You’re not shocked. You’re not even surprised that the Colorado Rockies chose to – When they absolutely could have improved their future. Standing pat is historically what the Rockies do best.......

Mark Knudson’s Three Strikes Blog: What if Peyton hadn’t come to town? The saga of Luke the Transfer, and two weeks that can shape the Rockies future

Mark Knudson
Pat Bowlen and John Elway are already members of the Denver Broncos Ring of Fame. Joe Ellis will not be joining them. The current and soon-to-be former CEO of the Broncos is......

Mark Knudson’s Three Strikes Blog: Only a trade can get the Rockies bullpen help; Nuggets don’t get match up they needed, and Could new Pac 12 Commish help CU bring back baseball?

Mark Knudson
There’s nothing quiet as demoralizing for a baseball team as losing a late inning lead. It happens to every team at some time or another, but it happens to bad teams a lot more often.......

Mark Knudson’s Three Strikes Blog: “4A” Rockies won’t lose 100; CSU football’s mass exodus, and the Nuggets sitting out the 2021 Olympics

Mark Knudson
After the Nolan Arenado trade, it was all doom and gloom for the Colorado Rockies. It’s going to take more than a decent month to change that. But…Colorado isn’t going to lose......

Mark Knudson’s Three Strikes Rockies Blog: Deeper Purple issues – Fear of free agents; Player development needs consistency, and the attitude about altitude

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It should be no secret why the Colorado Rockies aren’t spending any actual money on free agent acquisitions right now. After taking a $100 million hit during the pandemic wrecked 2020 season – and having......

Mark Knudson’s Three Strikes Blog: NoCo baseball gets a big boost; Coors no longer Dahl’s house, so who goes next? And Karl Dorrell for Coach of the Whole Year

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A half dozen or so years ago, a mutual friend arranged for me to have lunch with a gentleman named Mike Billadeau. Mike had a vision, and he was offering me......