Slumping Rockies need a turnaround, fast, or playoff hopes will be gone

Denver Post
Slumping Rockies need a turnaround, fast, or playoff hopes will be gone
Slumping Rockies need a turnaround, fast, or playoff hopes will be gone

The not-ready-for-prime-time Rockies no longer control their own fate. After a disastrous 1-5 West Coast road swing through San Francisco (1-2) and Los Angeles (0-3), the Rockies' chance of winning their first National League West title is slim. What remains is a chance for a wild-card berth. The problem is, Colorado's going to need help in order for that to happen. “Now we have to rely on other teams, as well as we have to play really well with 10 games to go,” veteran catcher Chris Iannetta said late Wednesday night after a 5-2 loss to the Dodgers left Colorado 2 ½ games behind Los Angeles in the National League West. “I still don't think it's hard to stay even (keeled). By the time the next

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