Rockies rough up Giants, Lincecum 17-8

DENVER — In a column that appeared on this site last week before the Rockies opening game against the Astros, several questions were raised regarding the team's ability to succeed.

DENVER — In a column that appeared on this site last week before the Rockies opening game against the Astros, several questions were raised regarding the team's ability to succeed.

By Patrick Saunders Todd Helton recovers a bobbled line drive and throws to first base in the second inning Monday to retire Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford during the Rockies' loss in the home opener. (AAron Ontiveroz, The Denver Post) That's the

Those thoughts have hardcore Rockies fans shaking their heads. Apparently, however, it has the casual fan agreeing. The casual fan believes that the Rockies should be spending money like the New York Yankees or Boston

DENVER — In a column that appeared on this site last week before the Rockies opening game against the Astros, several questions were raised regarding the team's ability to succeed.