• Klee: On Rockies Opening Day, Corey Dickerson motivated by big brother

    By Paul Klee paul.klee@gazette.com -
    Updated: Fri, Apr 10, 2015

    DENVER — Their baseball roots trace back to a wheelbarrow. Craig was 9, Corey maybe 6, and the red clay, the kind of red clay you can shape and shovel and mold into a pitcher's mound, was way back in the woods behind their Mississippi home. "The neighbors would get mad," Corey says....

  • Klee: Aside from Colorado Avalanche, Kroenke operations appear lost

    By Paul Klee paul.klee@gazette.com -
    Updated: Fri, Apr 10, 2015

    DENVER — On a faraway pitch, several parking lots removed from Dick's Sporting Goods Park, three members of the Colorado Rapids engaged in a shooting game. A pug goal, maybe 3x2, was placed inside the regulation goal, and they thumped shot after shot until someone kicked one through...

  • Fly Fishing Rendezvous showcases Colorado-based companies

    By Paul Klee paul.klee@gazette.com -
    Updated: Thu, Apr 9, 2015

    DENVER - More than half the time Juan Ramirez fishes the Arkansas River, he could be in shorts, no waders. "Hopper Juan," as his nickname goes, ties on the dry fly pattern he designed, trailed by a dropper intended to fool fish under the surface. He can carry nippers, forceps,...

  • Klee blog: Rockies sweep Brewers, Jeff Bridich digs Metallica

    Paul Klee, The Gazette
    Updated: Thu, Apr 9, 2015

    After watching 28 innings of (winning!) Rockies baseball, only one request: Rob Deer bobblehead Sunday at Miller Park better be big.  Other than that, the first series of this Rockies season was just this side of perfect. They swept the Brewers, thanks to a 5-4...

  • Klee: Dallas investigation or not, Denver Broncos should cut Aqib Talib

    By PAUL KLEE The Gazette -
    Updated: Wed, Apr 8, 2015

    DENVER — Oh, he can ball. The anticipatory reflexes Aqib Talib flashed when he Pick Six'ed the Jets in Week 6? Like a tutorial on how to play cornerback in the NFL. Playing football is never the question with Talib. Wasn't then, isn't now. Whether he ranks as the fourth-best...

  • Klee blog: See… the positives! Rockies win, stay undefeated

    Paul Klee, The Gazette
    Updated: Tue, Apr 7, 2015

    See, I was being serious. There are plenty of positives with this Rockies club. Roughly all of them — save Corey Dickerson lacing doubles between innings, even if it felt that way — erupted Monday afternoon in Milwaukee: Rockies 10, Brewers 0. The National League's...

  • Klee: Opening day, fresh starts and the Colorado Rockies

    By PAUL KLEE The Gazette -
    Updated: Sun, Apr 5, 2015

    DENVER — Today is Easter Sunday. I love Easter Sunday. It's my favorite of the holidays, and, next to fishing, the best reason to be somewhere beautiful at sunrise. I'll be at Red Rocks. You? Colorado baseball's opening day is Monday. Roughly 24 hours from now, give or take, the...

  • Klee: Patience a virtue with these Final Four coaches

    By Paul Klee paul.klee@gazette.com -
    Updated: Sun, Apr 5, 2015

    DENVER - Imagine, real quick, if Mike Krzyzewski were finishing his third season as the coach at Duke. He has yet to reach the NCAA Tournament, yet to finish higher than fifth in the Atlantic Coast Conference, yet to show he belongs. That's how Coach K's first three seasons went at...

  • Friday Faceoff: Who is the best coach in the Final Four?

    Paul Klee and David Ramsey, The Gazette
    Updated: Fri, Apr 3, 2015

    Gazette Columnists Paul Klee and David Ramsey square off.

  • Klee: A polite request for the NFL, and Broncos, to be better

    By PAUL KLEE The Gazette -
    Updated: Sun, Mar 29, 2015

    DENVER - The Super Bowl opened with accusations of cheating and closed with a brawl in the end zone. The Bears just signed an alleged woman beater; the Cowboys just signed a convicted one. A former Patriots star is on trial for murder. The next major acquisition is coming, whenever...

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