Examining the Rockies' season is a lot like an autopsy. Something has gone horribly wrong and now it's time to figure out why. At the beginning of the season the Rockies had very legitimate aspirations of winning their first National League West division title, if not more. The Rockies finished at 73-89, fourth in the division. This is hardly the result the organization hoped for when it shelled out $250 million in contracts before the season.
Let's examine the body.