It’s no secret that 2020 has been a pretty terrible year by most accounts – We don’t need to go into the details of why. Instead we shall go into the details of 2007 and why it was much better (By details I really just mean the Rockies magical run to the World Series – there’s no need to focus on any other parts of the year)
Thomas Harding starts by detailing the unthinkable tear the team went on with their 14-1 run to finish off the season, which any good Rockies fan will note, was only the beginning. But the true highlights of the article came from the little tidbits and insights about the individuals of that team. The unique moments from across the season that when pieced together, tell a wonderful story of the ups and downs of that season.
There was the veteran and franchise legend, Todd Helton. The young stud, Troy Tulowitzki, and the many others who as a group, nobody expected to be anywhere near a World Series. There were pitching staples like Ubaldo Jimenez and Aaron Cook to compliment the lesser known pickups, Ramon Ortiz and Mark Redman.
All together, they came together to form an unforgettable stretch in…