Should baseball lovers in Colorado boycott the clueless Rockies?

After this year’s annual trade deadline fiasco, the Keys, are you finally going to admit that the Rockies are a minor league team owned and managed by the most incompetent and delusional clown show in all of baseball. Is? It’s time for fans to boycott ownership that has nothing but contempt for them, even as owner Dick Monfort laughs all the way to the bank. – Kane, Thornton

Kiz: The Rockies have no clue how to build a winner. If you look at the “C” the “U” and the “E” of Monfort and his merry band of yesmen, this team can’t spell the “clue” and solve the Wheel of Fortune puzzle.

Come on, Kiz, of all the letters of the alphabet you leave the Rockies to solve your puzzle, they should be good at finding the “L”. They see a lot of “L’s” throughout the season. – PF, Northern Colorado

Kiz: If memory serves me correctly, the first time I called for baseball fans to boycott the Rockies was in the spring of 2007. All are fondly remembered by the name of Rocketbar. Hmmm, you think the only way Colorado can become a playoff contender again is if I make another lame attempt to keep fans from going to Coors Field? The Rockies are run by knuckleheads. I’ll let you put in a word for the good people who loyally support a baseball franchise without spending their hard-earned money to buy tickets.

I took my 14 month old to a game last weekend. It was a more relaxing father-daughter experience than I’ve had at any Avs, Nuggets, Broncos or Rapids game. So much fun too. Hate the Monfort brothers all you want, a Rockies game is still a perfect use of a few hours. – Jared, happy camper

Kiz: Coors Field is one of the neatest picnic spots in Colorado. Great weather. Not ants. Clean the bathroom. It’s a great place to spend a few hours with family or friends … as long as you don’t care if the Rockies win a game. During the frequent lulls in action at a baseball game, I’m constantly happy that our beautiful ballpark in LoDo hums with the faint hum of chatter from fans paying little attention to what’s happening on the field.

Howdy I wanted to let you know most of the reason I renewed my Denver Post subscription. Write on, Kiz. – Paul, the former paper boy

Kiz: A humble thank you, and a sincere apology for the many mornings when a crazy game caused you to spit your morning coffee out of your nose.