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Bryan Kilpatrick

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Bryan began blogging in 2009 for SB Nation’s Colorado Rockies blog Purple Row, specializing in retro pieces, opposing team previews, and hastily thrown together game recaps – all of which are heavily laced with jokes that only he would understand. During his time at Purple Row, Bryan has had the pleasure of being a guest on several radio shows – in Denver and elsewhere. One of the highlights of his young career was the opportunity to interview baseball hall of famer Tony Gwynn. Bryan is an avid baseball fan, has a soft spot for heavy music, and is an aspiring beer connoisseur. He is currently attending the University of Utah in pursuit of a journalism degree, and lives in Sandy, UT with his wife, two Boston Terriers, and soon-to-be baby boy.

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Colorado's front office is a mess

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Nobody knows what's going on in the Rockies' front office. It's been that way for years, and it doesn't appear things are changing anytime soon.

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Kemp, Byrd still drawing interest

There isn't a lot of new news about a pair of talented outfielders who are reportedly on the trading block, but we've still got a long way to go until the deadline.

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Tanaka still has elbow discomfort, Marte hits DL

The Yankees aren't getting any better news on their rookie ace.

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Jeter passes Gehrig on Yankees' doubles list

The Yankee Captain broke a record that stood for nearly 80 years.

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MLB COO Manfred 'heavily favored' to replace Selig

We're getting closer to discovering the identity of Bud Selig's successor.

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Troy Tulowitzki lands on DL

Things just got a lot worse for the Rockies, who entered Tuesday having lost 24 of their last 30 games.

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Reactions to Jeter's All-Star farewell

Everyone was talking about the Yankee Captain, naturally.

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Jeter, Trout lead AL to 5-3 win

MLB's biggest star for the past 15 years teamed up with the league's current best player to lift the AL to victory and home-field advantage in the World Series.

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Jeter singles in final ASG at-bat

Jeter moved into second place in All-Star Game history batting average and on-base percentage with his third-inning single.

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Miggy goes deep, gives AL 3-0 lead

Cabrera left the yard in a hurry to give the AL a temporary three-run lead.

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