By Jack Etkin

Riley Pint received a $4.8 million singing bonus after selecting him as the fourth player in the 2016 draft, equaling the bonus Jon Gray received, which is the biggest bonus the Rockies have given a pitcher.

And the Rockies are convinced it is money well spent.

Alarmists will look at the statistical bottom line and shudder, certain that something must be wrong with Pint. But the numbers belie the ability and mentality of Pint. Continue reading “Etkin: Rockies Excited About Pint’s Future”

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Ryan McMahon

Ryan McMahon split his minor-league season between Double-A Hartford and Triple-A Albuquerque, learning to play second base in addition to first base and third base. And he made a big enough impression in his time with the Isotopes to be selected as the ninth-best prospect in the Triple-A Pacific Coast League by Baseball America. Continue reading “McMahon Recognized for PCL Efforts”

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