This is part two in a series on the Rockies batting and power struggles and what might be needed for improvement. Part one featured the roles of the front office and coaches.
The Rockies are supposed to have a perennial powerhouse offense. Debuting in the Steroid Era and before the humidor, home runs were the name of the game in the early years.
After all, the Rockies play at Coors Field with the aid of thin air and established roots as Blake Street Bombers with Andres Galarraga, Vinny Castilla, Dante Bichette, and Ellis Burks.