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One Step Closer

November 12, 2013

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SANTA FE, N.M. — Every young baseball player has one dream; to play professionally. Forrest Carpenter is living that dream. He graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver in the spring of 2013 and shortly afterward he had been given his opportunity. He was playing in the Mile High Collegiate Baseball League when his coach, […]

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Leaving Everything on the Field

October 24, 2013

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 DENVER, Auraria Campus — When most people are struck with a life changing illness, they simply step back, and realize they were living life all wrong. When Aubree Maul found out she had Ovarian Cancer, she was exactly where she needed to be, on the mound pitching for the Roadrunners. Aubree Maul is one of […]

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The Big Boys Are In Town

September 25, 2013

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DENVER — The Colorado Rockies will play their final home games against one of the top teams in Major League Baseball – the Boston Red Sox. Coors Field will be hosting Red Sox vs. Rockies on Sept. 24th and 25th. The Rockies who have already played their way onto their couches for the playoffs, are […]

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42 Proves to be Grand Slam

April 28, 2013

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The life and legacy of Jackie Robinson is celebrated in the recently release biopic 42. The Warner Brothers picture, released on April 12, has been anticipated for a while and has received positive reviews. 42 has created an enormous buzz for both movie goers and baseball fans, as it gives a great history lesson of […]

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Rockies Fans Span Two Decades

April 20, 2013

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DENVER–Rockies fans of all ages piled into Coors Field on Friday April 5, 2013, to celebrate opening day of the Colorado Rockies 20th season. Purple shirts, ball caps and even purple Mohawks were seen amongst the crowd on Blake Street as thousands of fans awaited the opening game against the San Diego Padres. The Hazel […]

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Ballpark businesses affected by Rockies losing season

November 5, 2012

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DENVER-The Colorado Rockies losing season hasn’t just had a negative impact on its loyal fan base, it’s also had a huge impact on the small businesses that surround the stadium. With the Rockies finishing the season with the third worst record in the major leagues at 63-98, small businesses surrounding the stadium are hoping next […]

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Rockies fans show support and disappointment

September 22, 2011

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The Colorado Rockies
played their last two home games of the season this week against the San Diego
Padres. They lost both games, bringing a disappointing end to this year’s stint
at Coors Field.

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Roadrunners seize position in RMAC championship

October 7, 2010

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Christie Robinson winds up to strike out another batter.

Denver- Metro State College of Denver’s softball team secured their place in the regular season Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championship after shutting out the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers 7-0 at Auraria Field on Saturday. Sunday’s triple header began at 10 a.m. and Metro’s Roadrunners came out swinging. Roadrunners annihilated Lopers in all three games, 3-1 in the […]

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Metro Softball Shuts out Mines 10-1

May 4, 2010

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Metro Softball Shuts out Mines 10-1

GOLDEN, Colo.- The Metropolitan State College of Denver’s woman’s softball team met the Colorado School of Mines on April 2. The two teams battled windy conditions for the two hours as Metro ultimately triumphed as they defeated Mines 10-1. Metro’s Roadrunners opened the game by  scoring one run in the first inning. Mines Orediggers did […]

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Metro blows out Ore Diggers

April 9, 2010

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Metro State Picther Christie Robinson winds up for a pitch against Colorado School of Mines Friday, April 2 at CSM Softball Field in Golden. Metro downed CSM 10-1.

As a 30 mile per hour wind swept across the CSM softball field Friday, April 2, it did not blow out Metro States 5-game winning streak. Instead, it added wind to their sails.

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