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Greg Holland Jersey , it appears Jon Gray’s unusual season has come to an end."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Scaling the RocksPebble ReportRockpileRockies Game ThreadsRockies Fan ExperienceRockpileRockies appear to have ended Jon Gray’s 2018New,87commentsRockies news and links for October 6, 2018ByBen Kouchnerkavich@bkouchnerkavichOct6, 2018,6:00am Rockies appear to have ended Jon Gray’s 2018Jon Gray’s Strange Season Looks To Have Reached A Depressing End | DeadspinAfter being left off the National League Division Series roster, it appears that the Colorado Rockies have decided to end Jon Gray’s season. After building block campaigns in 2016 and 2017, it looked like Gray would become a complete ace in 2018. While some metrics still suggest Gray had a solid season, it was undoubtedly not ace-like. The superb performances of Kyle Freeland and German easily shot them ahead of Gray in the rankings for earning the “ace” title.What sealed the deal for the Rockies leaving Gray off the roster was likely poor performances in vital late-season games against the Los Angeles Dodgers and Washington Nationals. Some point to Gray’s performance in the 2017 National League Wild Card Game against the Arizona Diamondbacks as the beginning of a downward spiral for Gray. Deadspin’s Tom Ley recaps the unusual season that the “Gray Wolf” has endured.Cinderella story Johnson makes Rockies roster | Rockies.comAt the beginning of September, someone who was on no one’s radar to make a postseason roster was 29-year-old rookie relief pitcher DJ Johnson. After a successful run as the closer for the Triple-A Albuquerque Isotopes in 2018, Johnson continued to show success in the Major Leagues as a September call-up. Johnson makes for quite the “Cinderella story,” as he was initially undrafted out of Western Oregon University and made his way through the independent leagues before reaching his ultimate destination. MLB.com’s Thomas Harding has more on Johnson and the breakdown of the Rockies’ entire 25-man NLDS roster.BSN Rockies Podcast: Thomas Harding and Paul Klee talk NLDS and big Rockies takeaways | BSN DenverIn the latest episode of the BSN Rockies podcast, Drew Creasman is joined by Harding and Paul Klee of The Gazette “to discuss the current, past, and future state of the Colorado Rockies.” There’s a very real possibility that the Rockies’ season could conclude on Sunday, so talking about the future may be worthwhile.Colorado Rockies: The Unexpected “Super Bullpen” | Rox PileWhen Rockies’ General Manager Jeff Bridich was envisioning his “super bullpen” prior to the start of the season, he was probably expecting Bryan Shaw and Jake McGee to lead the charge. They were the big offseason expenditures after all. However, the duo has pitched so poorly down the stretch that they haven’t even been included on the NLDS roster. Luckily, the Rockies had Adam Ottavino and Scott Oberg to lead the way heading into the postseason http://www.rockiesfanproshop.com/authentic-chad-bettis-jersey , along with trade deadline acquisition Seunghwan Oh. After struggles in the first half of the season, closer Wade Davis (the biggest offseason expenditure) has rounded back into form as well. Rox Pile’s Aaron Hurt details the “unexpected super bullpen.”30 top prospects in the AFL - - 1 from each team | MLB.comJonathan Mayo, Jim Callis and Mike Rosenbaum of MLB.com break down the top players from each organization playing in the Arizona Fall League. For the Rockies, it is Sam Hilliard, who had a down year for the Double-A Hartford Yard Goats, but still inspires a lot of confidence from evaluators.This hurts | Fish StripesWith Giancarlo Stanton and Adeiny Hechavarria making the highlights for the New York Yankees and Christian Yelich becoming an MVP candidate for the Brewers (much to the chagrin of Rockies fans), Ely Sussman of Fish Stripes laments the loss of former Miami Marlins players now having success with playoff teams.The Cubs should replace Chili Davis as hitting coach | Bleed Cubbie BlueThe Rockies got a firsthand look at the anemic offense of the 2018 Chicago Cubs in the Wild Card Game. Al Yellon of Bleed Cubbie Blue opines that hitting coach Chili Davis’ anti-launch angle philosophies have turned an excellent offense into a poor one.People doubted the Rays, which is cute | DRays BayWhile the Tampa Bay Rays didn’t make the postseason, their 90-win campaign was surprising to most experts. Ashley MacLennan of DRays Bay highlights a video from the Rays’ Twitter account which throws shade at the doubters in delightful fashion. Here are some prospects to keep an eye on this season."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Houston Astros NewsGame ThreadsHouston Astros Minor LeaguesAstros Game DayPodcastsAstros Minor League Players To Watch in 2019New,12commentsHere are some prospects to keep an eye on this season.CDTShareTweetShareShareAstros Minor League Players To Watch in 2019Houston Astros third baseman Nick Tanielu (81) runs on a double during the fourth inning of a game at Publix Field against the Detroit Tigers at Joker Marchant StadiumButch Dill-USA TODAY SportsWith the minor league rosters set, it is time to take a closer look at each team’s players and who to keep an eye on this season. Here I will list two hitters and two pitchers from each affiliate to watch during the 2019 season. I will also try to avoid the obvious guys to watch like Kyle Tucker, Forrest Whitley, Yordan Alvarez, Corbin Martin, J.B. Bukauskas and the other top guys.Round Rock Express (AAA)Hitter – Nick Tanielu, INFTanielu has been in the Astros system since being drafted in 2014. He has made his way through the system and hit at every level. So far in his MiLB career he has a .295 BA and .763 OPS in 409 games. He missed the majoirty of the 2017 season with an ACL injury but came back to strong to hit .288 in 105 games between AA and AAA in 2018. He put on a show this spring hitting .340 with 5 2B, 4 HR, 15 RBI in 19 games. He will start the season in AAA but with his versatility in the infield (1B http://www.rockiesfanproshop.com/authentic-chad-bettis-jersey , 2B, 3B) he could be an option to come up if there is an injury on the infield.Why? Great performances in spring and he is versatile. Sounds like the perfect call-up if the Astros need some infield help along the way.One More: Drew Ferguson, OFPitcher – Akeem Bostick, RHPThe Round Rock pitching staff is loaded with top prospects like Forrest Whitley and Corbin Martin. But one guy who has flown under the radar a bit is Akeem Bostick. He was acquired by the Astros in a trade with the Rangers in 2015. He has bounced around the minors a bit the last few years but had his best season in the Astros system in 2018 when he had a 3.67 ERA with 105 K in 98 innings between AA and AAA. Bostick had a solid spring striking out 8 in 8.2 innings while allowing just 2 earned runs. He should have a chance early on to show what he can do in AAA.Why? He has been around a while and hasn’t reached his potential yet. Maybe 2019 is the year for him.One More: Ryan Hartman, RHPCorpus Christi Hooks (AA)Hitter – J.J. Matijevic, OFI’ve wrote about Matijevic quite a bit this year but I definitely think he is one to watch in Corpus Christi. Matijevic was a 2nd round pick by the Astros in 2017 and put together a solid first full season in 2018. He played 101 games and finished with a .887 OPS, 26 2B, and 22 HR between A/A+. But he really improved over the final 34 games posting a .992 OPS, 175 wRC+ and 11 HR. At this point he is listed as an outfielder but he may end up moving to first. Either way, his bat will be his calling card and I’m interested to see how he builds on his great finish this year.Why? Matijevic was destroying the ball last year but people are still down on him it seems. If he continues this in AA, he can’t be overlooked any longer.One More: Osvaldo Duarte, INFPitcher – Tyler Ivey, RHPIvey was a high upside selection in the 2017 draft. He initially attended Texas A&M before transferring to Grayson Community College. Some saw it as a possible over draft but Ivey’s numbers, and stuff, are proving other wise. Ivey started the season with Quad Cities had a 3.46 ERA in 41.2 innings. The peripherals were even better. He had 8 BB/53 K (26.8 K/BB%) and a 2.14 FIP/2.40 xFIP in those 41.2 innings. He was promoted to Buies Creek where he has a 2.69 ERA with 82 K in 70.1 innings. There he had a 2.56 FIP/2.86 xFIP and 54.4 GB%. Ivey has the tools to become a top starter and the Astros are showing their confidence in him, starting him in AA this season.Why? Ivey was dominant in 2018and I want to see if he can continue his great peripherals at the higher levels. If so, he should see his stock soar.One More: Carson LaRue, RHPFayetteville Woodpeckers (A+)Hitter – Jonathan Arauz Tyler Anderson Jersey , INFArauz was a “throw-in” in the trade that brought Ken Giles to Houston. He has had potential and it started to show early last year when he .299 with .863 OPS in Quad Cities before earning a promotion to Buies Creek. Unfortunately he really struggled in high-a hitting just .167 with .511 OPS in 71 games. But he did have an insanely low .180 BABIP. He will only be 20 years old this season and will start back in high-a with a chance to improve on his struggles from last year.Why? I want to see if he can overcome his late season struggles and re-establish himself as a legit prospect.One More: Corey Julks, OFPitcher – Peter Solomon, RHPSolomon was drafted in the 4th round in 2017. A guy who had electric stuff but control issues. He dominated in 2018 though. He started the year with Quad Cities and had a 2.43 ERA with 88 K in 77.2 innings. He was promoted to Buies Creek where he was even better posting a 1.96 ERA with 4 BB/26 K in 23 innings. Overall he had a 2.32 ERA with a 2.40 FIP in 100.2 innings. Solomon has good stuff including a rising fastball and two solid off-speed offerings. He also finished with a GB% north of 50%. He will start back in high-a but if things go as they did last year, I don’t expect him to be there long.Why? I’m watching to see if he can repeat his success from last year as he moves up to AA (eventually).One More: Chad Donato, RHPQuad Cities River Bandits (A)Hitter – Ross Adolph, OFAdolph was recently acquired by the Astros in the JD Davis trade. Adolph was a 12th round pick by the Mets in the 2018 draft. He played in short season ball in 2018 but showed his ability posting a .857 OPS with 9 2B, 12 3B, 7 HR, 14 SB and a 147 wRC+. It appears the reason he fell was some past medical history but he was healthy this past season. He has plus raw power and speed. I haven’t been able to watch him but after reading reports, he seems to be a very good athlete and has a chance to stick in center field.Why? I want to see what he can do in full-season ball after a very good showing in short season in 2018.One More: Jeremy Pena, SSPitcher – Austin Hansen, RHPHansen was drafted by the Astros in the 8th round of the 2018 draft. Hansen was solid in college as the closer for University of Oklahoma. His junior year he had a 3.29 ERA with 52 K in 38 innings. I haven’t been able to find much info on his stuff, but he was very good for Tri-City following the draft. He pitched in 14 games and struck out 45 in 30.2 innings while allowing just 14 hits and 6 earned runs (1.76 ERA). So that right there, leads me to the “why” below.Why? Decent numbers in college but dominated short season ball. I want to see if his stuff will continue to play in professional ball.One More: Brett Conine, RHP
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