Stokley & Zach 06/16/2017 – The guys are live from Blake Street Tavern on Friday. Just blocks away from a wild game at Coors Field last night. The Rockies are having good problems to have but tough decisions have to be made. Root Sports’, Rockies play by play analyst, Drew Goodman joins the guys to dive into The Rockies more. The guys dive into what they did and didn’t learn from mandatory mini camp.
We kick off hour one on Friday talking about The Rockies crazy win on Thursday night against the San Francisco Giants. The Rockies were up by eight at one point and Greg Holland recorded his first blown save of the season. Raimel Tapia had himself a night with a walk off single in the bottom of the ninth. The Rockies are getting some starting pitching back soon and Zach gives us some updates on Jon Gray and Tyler Anderson. Who will The Rockies send back to the minors? Root Sports’ and play by play voice for The Rockies join the guys to dive into the Rockies season so far and recap the wild win at Coors Field last night. Drew talks about the Rockies bullpen so far. Catch that full interview HERE. Brandon has a lot of questions that still need answered when it comes to The Broncos and he can’t evaluate enough without pads on.
The Fan Morning Show had a little fun with the guys this morning by impersonating Brandon Stokley. Will we see revenge? Check out the wacky interview HERE. Is it too soon to consider starting Raimel Tapia? Carlos Gonzalez has sat out the last two games, but is it time for a serious change? The next time we see The Broncos quarterbacks at training camp, should there be a big difference? Brandon Stokley hasn’t lost any confidence in the Rockies bullpen whatsoever and doesn’t think a come back like Thursday night will affect their confidence. The Rockies have the advantage coming into tonight’s game against the San Francisco Giants.
The final hour this Friday starts with the quarterback controversy not going away all season. One text suggests that The Broncos trade whoever doesn’t win the starting job. Brandon shoots it down quick. What is the probability that Chris Paul will join The Nuggets after he has a scheduled visit in Denver? The guys both agree it’s slim to none. The Rockies are playing in Denver again tonight and it’s looking like the three game slump wasn’t anything to worry about. Brandon thinks Carlos Gonzalez just needs a break and come back at full strength, as Tapia takes over for a little bit. The guys agree that it wouldn’t be a crazy idea to go to a six-man starting rotation.
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