Wednesday's National League Wild Card Game was a roller coaster of emotions for Rockies fans, and although they put up a great fight, their season ultimately came to an end after losing 11-8 against the Diamondbacks.
If you've been to a Colorado Rockies game in the past 24 years, you may have crossed paths, or even bought a beer from Brent Doeden – an iconic vendor more affectionately known by fans as Captain Earthman, who sadly passed away on Monday morning at the age of 61.
With less than 50 days until Opening Day, Rockies fans are starting to get excited for baseball to be back. But before the season gets into full swing, several Colorado players have the honor of participating in the World Baseball Classic.
Trevor Story, the 23-year-old rookie shortstop for the Colorado Rockies, is certainly getting into the swing of the new season, making history on Wednesday as being the first player in baseball to hit a home run in each of his first three Major League games.