Michael Cuddyer

Colorado Rockies #3 - Right Field

  • Born: 03/27/79
  • Age: 35
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 220
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
2014 Rockies 16 60 11 19 4 0 3 10 6 7 1 0 .317 .373 .533

Purple Row Video: Early season thoughts

In this episode of Purple Row Video, I talk about the advantages of Michael Cuddyer batting second, what to look for this weekend to see if the Giants might be in big trouble, and why I don't mind Carlos Gonzalez and Troy Tulowitzki getting days off.

Rockies vs. Brewers preview: Stay up, Juan

Juan Nicasio's great spring began to unravel a bit on Saturday against the Angels. Can he get back on track and keep the ball in the park?

Wed Rockpile Links, 3/19: Rutledge, playoffs, bees

Josh Rutledge's bright playoff future, Michael Cuddyer's playoff prediction, and BEES highlight your daily dose of Rockies news and notes

Tulo hit by pitch, leaves game

Breathe a sigh of relief -- he's OK.

Cuddyer hit by pitch, leaves game

Cuddy appears to be okay but will miss a couple of days.

Thursday Rockpile: Haves vs. have nots

The Dodgers gave Clayton Kershaw the highest salary on a per-year basis in baseball history. Meanwhile, the total 2014 salary of the Rockies' starting rotation doesn't even match that of Zack Greinke, let alone what Kershaw will receive.

Wednesday Rockpile: Bullpen is key to 2014 success

Colorado's addition of LaTroy Hawkins will help bolster the bullpen - but is that enough for a team that it needs its bullpen as much as the Rockies do?

Thursday Rockpile: Cuddyer wins Silver Slugger

The Silver Slugger awards were announced yesterday and Michael Cuddyer was rightfully rewarded for his best season with the first silver bat of his career.

Friday Rockpile: Let's get Beltran

Is Carlos Beltran a perfect fit for the Rockies?

Ranking the Rockies #41: Tyler Colvin

Michael Cuddyer is known as being the magician among the Rockies outfielders, but Tyler Colvin demonstrated a bigger disappearing act than even Cuddyer could comprehend.

Ranking the Rockies #43: Jordan Pacheco

By the end of the year, Jordan Pacheco was the least valuable player on the Rockies in both projected value (WAR) and actual value (WPA). What in the world happened?

Is Trevor Plouffe the next Cuddyer?

It may sound crazy, but Trevor Plouffe's career is very reminiscing of former productive hitter and now batting champion, Michael Cuddyer.

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