It’s ‘put up or shut up’ time

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It’s ‘put up or shut up’ time

Some fans, however, simply are fed up with the Rockies’ slow start
The Colorado Rockies are 8-18 in the month of May, and a large part of that has been porous starting pitching. The Rockies won Game 1 of Monday’s doubleheader at Coors Field in Denver, but Juan Nicasio gave up five earned runs and nine hits over six innings.
Poor pitching and hit-or-miss hitting has left Jason Giambi and the Colorado Rockies well short of expectations so far in 2012. The Rockies’ early-season funk has left them 13 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West.
Colorado is 19-29 and 13 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West, which begs the question: Is manager Jim Tracy’s job safe? “Yes,” Rockies’ owner Dick Monfort said. “The talent is there, just have to play a little more consistently, get a little more confidence, and we’ll be fine.”

It’s ‘put up or shut up’ time

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The Colorado Rockies are 8-18 in the month of May, and a large part of that has been porous starting pitching. The Rockies won Game 1 of Monday’s doubleheader at Coors Field in Denver, but Juan Nicasio gave up five earned runs and nine hits over six innings.
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Poor pitching and hit-or-miss hitting has left Jason Giambi and the Colorado Rockies well short of expectations so far in 2012. The Rockies’ early-season funk has left them 13 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West.
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Colorado is 19-29 and 13 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West, which begs the question: Is manager Jim Tracy’s job safe? “Yes,” Rockies’ owner Dick Monfort said. “The talent is there, just have to play a little more consistently, get a little more confidence, and we’ll be fine.”
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