Rockies give manager Walt Weiss three-year extension for $2 million

Rockies manager Walt Weiss has the additional security he wanted. He now faces the challenge of producing more victories for a Rockies team that finished in last place in his first season. Weiss received a strong endorsement from owner Dick Monfort, who awarded him a three-year extension for around $2 million. Team officials would not release contract details. (Denver Post)

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