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Rockies' Jake McGee: Light workload so far this spring
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

McGee has made three appearances in Cactus League action, allowing one run on three hits and three walks over 2.2 innings. He's struck out three batters.

The southpaw has been rarely seen in exhibition play, but by all accounts McGee is fully healthy and will be ready for Opening Day. He re-signed with the Rockies on a three-year deal in mid-December and is primed to serve as the top lefty setup man for Wade Davis. McGee's experience closing games for the team in the past likely gives him the edge over Bryan Shaw as the next man up if Davis were to get hurt.

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Rockies' Ian Desmond: Looks like primary first baseman
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Desmond is expected to open the season as the Rockies' everyday first baseman, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.

The Rockies' recent signing of Carlos Gonzalez leaves no room in the outfield, so Desmond will head over to first base, despite prospect Ryan McMahon staking a serious claim to a full-time role at the position with his outstanding spring. It appears McMahon's path to the Opening Day roster will have to come as a utility man, however, as Desmond's five-year, $70 million contract ensures that Colorado will want some return on investment. Desmond was mostly a disappointment in his first season at altitude with a meager .274/.326/.375 batting line, prompting him to modify his swing in the offseason. With a .135 average and 18 strikeouts in 37 at-bats this spring, the changes haven't seemed to pay dividends, though Desmond has collected three of his five hits this spring in his last three contests, including two home runs.

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Rockies' Chad Bettis: In line for rotation spot
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bettis has posted a 5.79 ERA and 1.50 WHIP over 9.1 innings during the Cactus League.

The right-hander's spring numbers aren't anything special, but Bettis seemed to take a step forward while facing minor-league hitters in his most recent outing Saturday, tossing six scoreless frames. Bettis appears likely to break camp with a back-end rotation spot for the Rockies, but probably won't make for an appealing fantasy option outside of road matchups against weak offenses.

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Rockies' German Marquez: Working on changeup, slider
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Marquez has been working on incorporating his changeup and slider more often during spring training, Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post reports.

After Marquez's last outing, he noted that his changeup is close to being where he wants it to be for the regular season. Last year he relied primarily on his top two pitches, a 95-mph fastball and a curveball that serves as his swing-and-miss pitch. It's important to note that he is working on his changeup and slider for two reasons. First, the addition of a third quality pitch to his repertoire would obviously result in more success in 2018. Additionally, it also can help explain why he has been hit around so much this spring -- he's not relying on his top weapons. Marquez built up his pitch count to 71 in a game earlier this spring, so he should be set to go fairly deep into games early this season.

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Rockies' Garrett Hampson: Returns to minors Tuesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hampson was reassigned to minor-league camp Tuesday.

As many prospects do, Hampson killed the ball at High-A Lancaster last season, producing a .326 batting average and eight homers to go with 51 stolen bases. The 23-year-old found some success in big-league spring training, batting .278 with five steals, but he stood little chance of actually breaking camp with Colorado. He'll head back to the minors, likely to spend much of the season with Double-A Hartford.

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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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