It’s no secret that the Rockies would like to find a way to re-sign free-agent closer Greg Holland and catcher Jonathan Lucroy to multi-year deals. They wouldn’t hesitate to bring back reliever Pat Neshek, and if outfielder Carlos Gonzalez would be interested in a one-year deal to rebuild his market value, he could return, too. And the Rockies aren’t closing the door on lefty Jake McGee and catcher Ryan Hanigan, a solid veteran backup.
General manager Jeff Bridich, however, has made it evident he isn’t likely to be left hanging.
The Rockies will play a 31-game spring schedule that includes 19 at Salt river Fields at Talking Stick — 16 in which they will be the host team and three in which the D-Backs, who share the facility with the Rockies, will be the home team. The Rockies open the exhibition season by host the D-Backs on Feb. 23. They conclude the season at home against the Mariners on March 27, and then open the regular season two nights later against the D-Backs at Chase Field. Continue reading “Rockies Open Spring Schedule Feb. 23”→