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Nolan Arenado ready to get to work with Rockies

All-Star third baseman moves forward despite frustrations
Colorado Rockies’ Nolan Arenado is at odds with the team’s front office as the Rockies head to spring training for the season ahead.
Nolan Arenado, the Rockies’ top player, is at odds with the team’s management as spring training opens for the club.
Rockies star Arenado said he feels disrespected after Colorado general manager Jeff Bridich acknowledged listening to trade offers for the seven-time Gold Glove winner. Bridich told The Denver Post in Januray that he expected Arenado to be Colorado’s third baseman this season after discussing potential deals involving the 28-year-old this winter. The five-time All-Star agreed to a $260 million, eight-year contract with the Rockies last February.

Nolan Arenado ready to get to work with Rockies

Colorado Rockies’ Nolan Arenado is at odds with the team’s front office as the Rockies head to spring training for the season ahead.
Nolan Arenado, the Rockies’ top player, is at odds with the team’s management as spring training opens for the club.
Rockies star Arenado said he feels disrespected after Colorado general manager Jeff Bridich acknowledged listening to trade offers for the seven-time Gold Glove winner. Bridich told The Denver Post in Januray that he expected Arenado to be Colorado’s third baseman this season after discussing potential deals involving the 28-year-old this winter. The five-time All-Star agreed to a $260 million, eight-year contract with the Rockies last February.
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