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Rockies trying to get back to peak performance

Coming off their worst two seasons at Coors Field since the franchise began in 1993, the Rockies are looking to new manager Walt Weiss and new hitting coach Dante Bichette to restore the home-field advantage the team has been accustomed to in its 20-year existence. Bichette and Weiss should know: They played in Denver when the Rockies’ dominance at Coors Field was at its zenith. How their performances at home and away compared:

COMPILED BY RICHARD McSWEENEY


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