Having dropped four of five games following the All-Star Break, playoff hopes look dim for the NL West basement team.
The Colorado Rockies are 1-4 coming into the second half of the Major League Baseball regular season. They dropped three of their four games against the Milwaukee Brewers before losing their first homestand game against the Chicago White Sox Tuesday night (by a score of 2-1).
With an overall record of 44 wins and 54 losses, Colorado needs to play somewhere around .667 baseball in their remaining regular season matchups to have any chance of qualifying for the playoffs as a Wild Card team.
If they go 43-21 in the 64 games they have left this year, they would end the season at 87-75 for a .537 season average. As it stands currently, the Rockies are on pace to end their season at the very bottom of the National League West division and with one of the worst records in Major League Baseball.
So far this year, only two teams have a regular season record in which they have won at least two-thirds of their games: the New York Yankees (66-32) and the Los Angeles Dodgers (64-31). The Houston Astros (64-34) and the New York Mets (60-37) are the only other two teams who have won at least 3 out of 5 games so far this season.
In fact, Colorado online sportsbooks are already accepting “futures” bets on whether this year’s World Series will be a “Subway Series” between the two New York clubs.
Stanley Cup Baptism For Avalanche Defenseman’s Kids
The defending Stanley Cup champion Colorado Avalanche are still making headline news after their 4-2 series victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning in this year’s final.
According to Yahoo! Sports, Avs defenseman Jack Johnson spent a full day with the Stanley Cup recently, and took advantage of the opportunity in a unique way – by using the oversized goblet to baptize his three children.
Broncos Place Three Players On PUP List
The Denver Broncos have place offensive lineman Billy Turner, outside linebacker Randy Gregory, and wide receiver KJ Hamler on the Physically Unable to Perform List according to official sources.
The Broncos are holding Training Camp in Englewood this year at the University of Colorado Health Training Center.
The Broncos are scheduled to play their first preseason game of the 2022-2023 NFL season at home against the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday, August 13th. They will travel to Seattle’s Lumen Field to play against the Seahawks on Monday Night Football to open their regular season campaign.
Individual seats around the 50-yard line are currently going for around $800 per ticket according to Ticketmaster.
Get Ready To Bet Sports Online In Colorado
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Take a look at our Colorado Online Sports Betting Banking Page to learn more about how to deposit and withdraw from sportsbook apps while located in Colorado.
The NFL regular season is only a month and a half away, and now could be a great time to lock-in a futures bet on your favorite team before early September. Once the regular season begins, bettors will be able to place proposition and live bets on the games as the action happens in real time.
This year’s Major League Baseball postseason will allow six teams from each league to qualify, which means that the Rockies are still in contention as long as they can win two-thirds of their remaining games leading up to October!