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Rockies' Jake McGee: Returns to Colorado
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

McGee will remain with the Rockies after signing a new deal Wednesday, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports.

Pending a physical, McGee will be back in the Colorado bullpen for the third straight year, and could potentially be the club's closer for the 2018 season. That obviously depends on whether the Rockies are able to sign other relievers before the start of next season, but McGee is a solid candidate to take over that role following a good season in 2017. During this past year, he posted a 3.61 ERA and 1.10 WHIP over 57.1 innings, while accumulating three saves and 20 holds. His 58:16 K:BB was more in line with his remarkable final two seasons in Tampa Bay than his rough debut with the Rockies in 2016, and the left-hander should be able to put together another quality year in whichever role he winds up being deployed in.

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Rockies' Bryan Shaw: Reaches deal with Rockies
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Shaw has agreed to sign with the Rockies, Jon Heyman of reports.

In seven seasons, Shaw has posted a 3.13 ERA, 2.64 K/BB and 8.0 K/9 across 446.1 innings. The 30-year-old has also impressed with his durability, as he has never seen the disabled list in his career. He worked mainly in a setup/middle-relief role with the Indians last season, and it would seem likely he will do the same in his new surroundings, unless the Rockies are unable to land another reliever.

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Rockies' Chris Iannetta: Agrees to deal with Rockies
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Iannetta signed a two-year, $8.5 million contract with Colorado on Friday, Ken Rosenthal of reports.

Iannetta hit .254/.354/.511 with 17 home runs and 43 RBI in 89 games with Arizona in 2017, and figures to provide another bat in the Rockies' order this upcoming season. With Jonathan Lucroy now on the open market, Iannetta will be battling 26-year-old prospect Tom Murphy for the starting gig, with Tony Wolters also in the mix. Iannetta has played between 79-115 games in each of the last seven seasons, and should have a decent amount of opportunities at the plate following a bounce-back year with the Diamondbacks. This marks Iannetta's second stint with Colorado, after being drafted by the team in 2004 and spending his first eight professional seasons with the club.

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Rockies' David Dahl: Could begin hitting in two weeks
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Dahl (back) is expected to begin swinging again in about two weeks, Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post reports.

Dahl was hampered by injuries throughout the 2017 campaign. He initially went down in spring training with a stress reaction in his rib cage, and then his back flared up in late July during his time with Triple-A Albuquerque. Although he may take some time easing his way back into baseball activities, the 23-year-old seems on track for most of spring training.

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2017 Team Leaders
AVGCharlie Blackmon , CF.331
HRNolan Arenado , 3B37
RBINolan Arenado , 3B130
OBPCharlie Blackmon , CF.399
SLGCharlie Blackmon , CF.601
RCharlie Blackmon , CF137
SBIan Desmond , LF15
WKyle Freeland , SP11
ERAGerman Marquez , SP4.39
WHIPGerman Marquez , SP1.38
KGerman Marquez , SP147
SVGreg Holland , RP41

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