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Charlie Blackmon says these Rockies are different.  Opening day in other words.

Like many savvy Rockies fans, Evergreen’s Pam Renney headed to Coors Field with faith in the weather and less for the product.

“I think they’ve got a good player,” said Renney, a lifer who wore a pinstripe Raimel Tapia jersey on opening day as a tribute to that favorite Blake Street rite of passage. exchange.

“But I don’t think anything else has changed.”

This good player being… Kris Bryant?

“Yeah,” she replied, her voice rising in disbelief. “And they said it was all we had to win. It’s like, ‘Are you kidding me?’ “

Dodgers 5, Rockies 3.

Skeptics remain adamant.

“You know, I think we have a really good dynamic off the field,” veteran Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon told The Post Friday night as the local clubhouse emptied. “On the pitch, I think we will find our way quite quickly.

“I think what’s scary is you don’t really know where the strike is going to come from. Obviously you have Kris Bryant and you have a few names. But I also think there are guys, maybe a little lower, which will surprise you here shortly.

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