Rockies clinch yet another losing season, but it wasn't as bad as expected.
At the beginning of the season I was pretty sure they were bound for their first 100-loss campaign. They've been money at home. They were hot garbage on the road, and for about half the season they were on pace to set an MLB record for road futility. They rallied, unfortunately.
Because they weren't totally terrible, the front office dysfunction that's been a hallmark of the Monfort clan's ownership of the team will continue.