So, what went wrong?

So, what went wrong?

Rockies’ pitching has to improve, but young bats are a plus for ’13
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So, what went wrong in 2012? “There’s been a lot that’s taken place here this year,” Rockies’ manager Jim Tracy said. He’s hoping he gets a chance to fulfil his contract, turn the franchise around and get it back on track in 2013.
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Troy Tulowitzki’s replacement at shortstop, Josh Rutledge, was one of the Rockies’ bright spots in an otherwise disappointing season. And with an eye on the future, Rutledge and the Rockies’ young offense appears to be a plus moving forward.
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With all the injuries in Colorado, rookie Wilin Rosario was exposed on defense but thrived on offense in place of starting catcher Ramon Hernandez, and Jordan Pacheco, a corner infielder, was forced to take a few hits at home, too, as Rosario’s backup backstop.
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Jordan Pacheco and Wilin Rosario had encouraging seasons at the plate for a proud, young Rockies offense. “Offense is not a problem here. And it won’t be next year. It won’t be a problem if there’s nothing added; that’s how good these young players are,” Rockies manager Jim Tracy said. The pitching, however, was the Rockies’ story for their dismal 98-loss season.

So, what went wrong?

So, what went wrong in 2012? “There’s been a lot that’s taken place here this year,” Rockies’ manager Jim Tracy said. He’s hoping he gets a chance to fulfil his contract, turn the franchise around and get it back on track in 2013.
Troy Tulowitzki’s replacement at shortstop, Josh Rutledge, was one of the Rockies’ bright spots in an otherwise disappointing season. And with an eye on the future, Rutledge and the Rockies’ young offense appears to be a plus moving forward.
With all the injuries in Colorado, rookie Wilin Rosario was exposed on defense but thrived on offense in place of starting catcher Ramon Hernandez, and Jordan Pacheco, a corner infielder, was forced to take a few hits at home, too, as Rosario’s backup backstop.
Jordan Pacheco and Wilin Rosario had encouraging seasons at the plate for a proud, young Rockies offense. “Offense is not a problem here. And it won’t be next year. It won’t be a problem if there’s nothing added; that’s how good these young players are,” Rockies manager Jim Tracy said. The pitching, however, was the Rockies’ story for their dismal 98-loss season.
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