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Rockies players to follow on Instagram"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Scaling the RocksPebble ReportRockpileRockies Game ThreadsRockies Fan ExperienceMust-follow Colorado Rockies Instagram accountsNew http://www.stlouiscardinalsteamshop.com/authentic-marcell-ozuna-jersey ,10commentsRockies players to follow on InstagramMSTShareTweetShareShareMust-follow Colorado Rockies Instagram accountsAs Opening Day 2019 draws closer, it’s time to do a bit of spring training and update social media feeds for the latest Rockies news. Most players have migrated to Instagram, which is a player-friendly platform that emphasizes images, discourages comments, and also has a translation feature.The Rockies (@Rockies) have a stellar Instagram account, and team photographer Matt Dirksen (@dirkensenphoto) is also a good follow. I’ve left out private accounts (looking at you, Sam Hilliard and Colton Welker).The RockiesChad Bettis (@chadbettis35) 246 posts; 10.8K followers — Bettis focuses on his life away from baseball.Charlie Blackmon (@chuck_nazty) 177 posts; 102K followers — Vintage Chuck Nazty with a little bit of everything. Just follow it.Noel Cuevas (@noelcuevas91) 236 posts; 11K followers — Mostly baseball, family, and gorgeous Puerto Rico.David Dahl (@ddahl21) 124 posts; 16.8K followers — Lots of baseball, lots of family, and lots of Rookie. (Rookie’s feed has 241 posts and 7,974 followers.)Ian Desmond (@i_dez20) 19 posts; 1,297 followers — Desmond’s Instagram shows his baseball and away-from-baseball life.Carlos Est茅vez (@carlosestevez28) 398 posts; 7,012 followers — As he notes in the bio, “not Charlie Sheen.” Est茅vez’s feed is baseball and family life in the Dominican Republic.Kyle Freeland (@freeballin21) 152 posts; 19.3K followers — Freeland knows how to use Instagram — he’s living his best life. Lots of golf. Also: dog pics.Jon Gray (@mr.graywolf22) 24 posts; 4,328 followers — Gray’s focus is family and dogs, a good combination.Garrett Hampson (@ghamp2) 112 posts; 2,808 followers — Hampson’s feed is about baseball and his fiancee.Jeff Hoffman (@jeffhoffman23) 264 posts; 3,279 followers — Mostly family and a fabulous dog.Chris Iannetta (@chris_d_iannetta) 138 posts; 9,027 followers— Iannetta is a relative newbie to Instagram Jason Motte Jersey , but he tends to favor it over Twitter now. Iannetta’s feed is heavy on Jack Wines promotional material and some behind-the-scenes pics.DJ Johnson (@johnson_dj30) 32 posts; 832 followers — Baseball and family — and the evolution of DJ’s beard! Because the account is unverified, we’re just assuming it’s DJ and not a different lumberjack interloping as a relief pitcher. German M谩rquez (@germanmarquez_45) 92 posts; 9,536 followers — A mix of baseball, inspirational quotes, and M谩rquez’s son.Ryan McMahon (@rymcmahon) 73 posts; 5,905 followers — Mostly baseball and non-baseball life here. Since he’s bought a house, perhaps we’ll be seeing some home decor pics.Harrison Musgrave (@harrisonmusgrave59) 23 posts; 1,149 followers — Primarily baseball and West Virginia.Scott Oberg (@scottoberg25) 163 posts; 2,958 followers — Oberg is mostly baseball and family with a bit of soccer.Seungwhan Oh (@seunghwanoh_26)106 posts; 31.5K followers — If you’re not following this account, you’re missing out. Oh provides insight into his life in Korea wonderful baseball pics. Also, his translator, Eugene Koo, is at @kookie612. Bryan Shaw (@bryan_shaw) 1 post; 125 followers — There’s one pic, and it’s from Shaw’s time in Cleveland. Now you know.Trevor Story (@trevv4) 46 posts; 73.9K followers — Mostly baseball, shoes (the man loves shoes), and family.Raimel Tapia (@raimeltapia) — 327 posts; 8,524 posts — Tapia’s Instagram provides insight into the evolution of his “mucho swagger” look and baseball lifestyle.Tony Wolters (@tonywolters) 300 posts; 14.2K followers — A mix of at-home and baseball-related information. (Also: another dog.) Plus, it’s where he first revealed the mustache he worked on during the off-season.ProspectsHere are future Rockies to follow: Rayan Gonzalez (@rayang34), Yonathan Daza (@yonathandaza94), Josh Fuentes (@jfuent19) http://www.stlouiscardinalsteamshop.com/authentic-marcell-ozuna-jersey , Mike Tauchman (@mike_tauchman), Justin Lawrence (@justinlawrence1125), Yency Almonte (@showtimealmonte), Brendan Rodgers (@brendanrod_3), and Jesus Tinoco (@jesusrtinoco).This is a starting point, and I’m sure there are more I’ve missed — leave the names in the comments. Also, if you’re following any Rockies on Instagram, who are your recommendations? Well, this was a fun one, as well as a night of firsts. Merrill Kelly had his first MLB appearance as a 30-year-old "rookie," Jon Duplantier and his glasses made their major league debut, and the D..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Diamondbacks Farm TeamsGameday ThreadsDiamondbacks NewsDiamondbacks Game ReportsFang FoodDiamondbacks 10, Padres 3New,9commentsEDTShareTweetShareShareDiamondbacks 10, Padres 3Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY SportsWell, this was a fun one, as well as a night of firsts. Merrill Kelly had his first MLB appearance as a 30-year-old “rookie,” Jon Duplantier and his glasses made their major league debut, and the Diamondbacks offense scored early, scored often Brett Cecil Jersey , and kept piling on, which we haven’t seen a whole lot of in the last year or so.Adam Jones put the good guys on the board right away, with a towering lead-off homer to left field, and the hits (and runs) just kept on coming. The D-Backs scored in the first, second, third and fifth innings, spotting Kelly a 9-0 lead before the Padres even got on the board. Quite the change from the first four games of the season. Just sayin’.Meanwhile, Kelly did a marvelous job through the first five innings, getting ahead in the count, making Padres batters put the ball in play, and basically just mowing ‘em down. One hit and two walks were all San Diego managed to scrape together until the sixth inning, when he gave up two hits and three runs, capped off by a Fernando Tatis Jr. two-run homer to left that was essentially a carbon copy of Jones’s shot in the Diamondbacks first. Still, it was a helluva start by Kelly, and he definitely pitched a lot better than his final pitching line maybe suggests.The D-Backs picked up one more run in the seventh, and long-awaited prospect Jon Duplantier closed out the game with a three-inning save—not too shabby to earn a save in a game where your team has a seven-run lead. So this was a good one, and a needed palate cleanser after the opening season in Los Angeles. Full recap to follow, as shortly as all those runs will allow.

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