Jim Tracy is the right guy to get the Colorado Rockies back in the playoffs in 2011

Blogged under Bloglockers,Front Page,General,Positional Previews for Season by chinmusic on Wednesday 30 March 2011 at 10:53 pm

55-year old manager Jim Tracy led the Rockies to a 83-79 (51.2%) record last season and they missed the playoffs. Injuries played a huge role in the Rockies not making the playoffs last year. This year should be different as the Rockies’ have depth all over the field and on the pitching staff for 2011. The Rockies are now 157-121 (56.5%) during the regular season in Tracy’s first two years in charge and they are 1-3 (25%) in the post-season. Jim Tracy has now been a major league manager for nine years now and he has compiled a 719-693 (50.9%) record during the regular season and he is 2-6 (25%) in the post-season. I have a feeling that Tracy will have the Rockies in the hunt for the playoffs in 2011.

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