I was bored this morning. That's how a lot of things start. I was looking at hats on New Era's website and realized that they have a place where you can design your own hats. Here's the link: newerabyyou.com
As I was going through different teams and designs, I wondered if they had any superhero logos that I could throw on to one of the designs? They did, but it was only Batman and Superman. I wanted more, so I decided to research Marvel hero's hometowns. I didn't have to search long because somebody already put together a full map. Here's the link: http://www.mtv.com/news/1856402/marvel-characters-hometown-map/
I ended up designing close to 30 hats based off of the Marvel character's hometown team and the colors and characteristics of each hero. Be forewarned that there are A LOT of New York hats, but you can't blame me for Stan Lee thinking superheroes are only born in New York City. Also be forewarned that the design options are fairly limited, so I …
Here's my attempt to list the greatest Colorado Rockies players of all-time by position. I took into consideration a player's offensive production, defensive capabilities, and tenure with the Rockies. Let's get this Blake Street party started!
C, Chris Iannetta Colorado hasn't had a premier Catcher for more than a season or two at a time, but Chris Iannetta finds himself as the Rockies' All-Time greatest catcher based off of his tenure and semi-decent productivity. He leads all Rockies catchers in Hits (336), Home Runs (63), RBI (236), Walks (241), and he's 10th All-Time (any position) in Rockies' history with a .357 OBP. His high On-Base% is due to him being a magnet for pitches, being hit by 40 pitches while with the Rockies. He never blossomed into the catcher the Rockies hoped for, but hopefully he'll find more success with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Runner-Up: Yorvit Torrealba
Torrealba brought a contagious energy to the Rockies' clubhouse…