The bottom line: ‘Disappointing’

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The bottom line: ‘Disappointing’

Rockies turn their backs on 2011, look toward 2012
The Colorado Rockies piled out of the dugout Wednesday and moved in from all corners of the infield to congratulate themselves on the only thing left to celebrate: Not finishing last in the NL West, avoiding 90 losses and, perhaps most gratifying, finally being able to say their sorry season is over.
“Some of that magic in our ballpark, it just wasn’t there because we couldn’t get the hit,” said Rockies manager Jim Tracy, who waved goodbye to the hometown fans after their Coors Field finale Sept. 21.

The bottom line: ‘Disappointing’

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The Colorado Rockies piled out of the dugout Wednesday and moved in from all corners of the infield to congratulate themselves on the only thing left to celebrate: Not finishing last in the NL West, avoiding 90 losses and, perhaps most gratifying, finally being able to say their sorry season is over.
BBN
“Some of that magic in our ballpark, it just wasn’t there because we couldn’t get the hit,” said Rockies manager Jim Tracy, who waved goodbye to the hometown fans after their Coors Field finale Sept. 21.
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