Colorado Rockies CEO and owner Dick Monfort says he thinks this year’s offseason has gone by really fast, but he’s ready to get things started. He was the guest on CBS4′s Xfinity Monday Live!
After winning just 73 games last year the Colorado Rockies made wholesale changes, but the face of their franchise is still on the team.
The Rockies have 13 potential starters, all vying for five spots. But don’t count out Juan Nicasio after what happened to him last August.
The Colorado Rockies decided to be careful with right-hander Aaron Cook, who has missed three days of pitching and will miss his first scheduled start of the spring due to continued setbacks from tightness in his shoulder and a bout with a stomach ailment.
The Colorado Rockies have typically been reticent to spend money. This offseason, they went on a spree, wracking up $273 million in contracts.
If you can’t wait until the Rockies’ Home Opener at Coors Field, you can see them take the field for spring training in Scottsdale.
CBS4′s Critic at Large Greg Moody adds up the cost of a trip to the Rockies’ new spring training digs.