With the season unofficially over, the Rockies would be wise to let the kids play

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With the season unofficially over, the Rockies would be wise to let the kids play
With the season unofficially over, the Rockies would be wise to let the kids play

Kevin Henry is definitely right about one thing—the “veteran-centric” lineups the Rockies keep rolling out there just aren't getting the job done, especially against the Dodgers. Well, like the popular saying of the year goes, “let the kids play,” Rockies. What harm can it do? This season is a bust. The best we can do at this point is prepare for 2020 and get some experience under the belts of the kids who could make an impact next year and eventually during the next contention window heading into 2021. They might find lightning in a bottle and finish this season on a high note while also building momentum and confidence. In his article from mid-day Saturday, Henry encourages the Rockies to start

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