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Where, oh, where did those little blogs go? Show us.

The Rockies may have lost 7-zip to the Phillies last night -- but hot prospect Christian Friedrich struck out ten in less than six innings for the class-A Modesto Nuts. Glass half full! Glass half full! (Inside the Rockies)

Secretary of State Bernie Buescher drops the rulemaking process for controversial (and likely doomed) Amendment 54. As thanks, will a lobbyist give him a pricey gift? (Face the State)

The Broncos will scrimmage at Invesco Field tonight. Fans should start practice booing now to be ready for the regular season. (Mile High Report)

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