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The Colorado Rockies finished last in the National League West in the 2015 MLB Season. The Rockies finished the year with 68 wins and failed to make the MLB Playoffs. Look for the Rockies to rebound in the 2016 MLB season and make a run for divisional championship.

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Blackmon homers, but Rockies fall to D-backs
       
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Rockies fall 11-4 in Arizona, get one day closer to 2017 season
       
Another night of dreadful pitching handed the Rockies a lopsided loss in Arizona on Tuesday night. Despite the excitement of a handful of rookies being called up this month, September has been a depressing month for Rockies baseball. Tonight was no different. The meaningless game between two NL West teams finished with a lopsided score of 11-4, and Rockies fans are that much more anxious for March of 2017. The Rockies offense showed life early in this one, with Charlie Blackmon drawing a leadoff walk to start the game. DJ LeMahieu extended his on-base streak to 30 games with a sharp line drive to center field, scoring Blackmon. Nolan Arenado followed with a bloop triple down the right field line, and set up Carlos Gonzalez for the RBI groundout. The Rockies carried an encouraging three-run lead after the top of the first. Jorge De La Rosa took the mound, in which was likely one of his last few starts in a Rockies uniform. Things didn't go well, unfortunately. Jean Segura leadoff t...
       
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