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2 days ago
Kyle Dyer

I always strive to be present.. it comes very naturally to this little one 💕 ... See MoreSee Less

I always strive to be present.. it comes very naturally to this little one 💕

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HI KYLE!!!!!!!!! Your dog is adorable.... I hope you and your family are doing well... God bless you all

Such a beautiful dog!

What a beautiful girl!

A beautiful critter you have, Kyle.

Beautiful photo

Beautiful! 😍♥️

Absolutely gorgeous!!!😋💕🙏

Beautiful dog.

love labbies

She's absolutely gorgeous! 🐾♥️

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5 days ago
Kyle Dyer

Back on TV tonight! Guest-hosting Colorado Inside Out on PBS12 with Justine Sandoval, Penfield Tate, Eric Sondermann & Sage Naumann.. great crew and conversation on this Friday! ... See MoreSee Less

Back on TV tonight! Guest-hosting Colorado Inside Out on PBS12 with Justine Sandoval, Penfield Tate, Eric Sondermann & Sage Naumann..  great crew and conversation on this Friday!

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Ohh Kyle I wish I had a heads up when you were coming on! But I am sure it went well.

By far, you have been the best guest host on Colorado Inside Out. I hope that you are offered a permanent position.

Miss seeing your smiling face.

1 week ago
Kyle Dyer

Happy Colorado Day!! I'm excited to report that I'm embarking on a documentary that celebrates this wonderful state. It's to be called: When Colorado Went Major League!

Who remembers how the Colorado Rockies came to be? Major League Baseball didn't make the decision on a whim. Back in the 80s and early 90s, it took some real convincing to show MLB that our minor league city was ready for the big leagues! And convincing we did.... together! At a time when it is hard to agree on many things, this story shows how when people work together, listen to one another, compromise, keep the can-do spirit alive and never give up on a dream.. a lot of good can happen!! And in this case, the city of Denver and the state of Colorado were forever changed!

The Rockies first season in Colorado was in 1993.. and our documentary will be shared next year, in celebration of the Rockies' 30th Season! The Kyle Dyer Storytelling team is thrilled to be working with Colorado Baseball History Inc. to bring this important history to life for all of you!

I'd love to hear any of your stories or see any photos you have from back in the day. And I'll share with you snippets of what the Kyle Dyer Storytelling team discovers along the way.

#whencoloradowentmajorleague
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Happy Colorado Day!!  Im excited to report that Im embarking on a documentary that celebrates this wonderful state. Its to be called: When Colorado Went Major League!

Who remembers how the Colorado Rockies came to be? Major League Baseball didnt make the decision on a whim. Back in the 80s and early 90s, it took some real convincing to show MLB that our minor league city was ready for the big leagues! And convincing we did.... together!  At a time when it is hard to agree on many things, this story shows how when people work together, listen to one another, compromise, keep the can-do spirit alive and never give up on a dream.. a lot of good can happen!! And in this case, the city of Denver and the state of Colorado were forever changed! 

The Rockies first season in Colorado was in 1993.. and our documentary will be shared next year, in celebration of the Rockies 30th Season! The Kyle Dyer Storytelling team is thrilled to be working with Colorado Baseball History Inc. to bring this important history to life for all of you! 

Id love to hear any of your stories or see any photos you have from back in the day. And Ill share with you snippets of what the Kyle Dyer Storytelling team discovers along the way. 

#WhenColoradoWentMajorLeague

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My great uncle used to go to the field over by Gates rubber company off of Platte River n Broadway, I believe, then at mile high to watch the Denver Bears play back in the 50s n 60s. Have an awesome evening!

This Kyle looks very happy

I look forward to watching this. Back then there was so much excitement surrounding the Rockies. I still have my first cap from when the team was announced. I remember going to the Fourth of July game at Mile High when Dante Bichette hit a HR in extra innings to beat the Cubs. It is too bad that today because of poor ownership most of the excitement surrounding the team is gone.

I remember going to the Rockies games in the old Mile High Stadium, before Coors Field was built. I can’t wait to see what you do with this!!

Best wishes on your documentary I was happy to see your beautiful face 💐I was a loyal fan of yours from day one when you started career

Back in '90, there was a lunch time rally at the 1801 California atrium to try and impress upon NL president Bill White that we really wanted a baseball team. He had been meeting with the Denver baseball contingent who requested that the public attend the rally. It was late winter and cold thus it was held inside. I went down there with coworkers and a couple thousand people filled that small atrium area and were chanting, "baseball, baseball, baseball"! I like to think that helped convince MLB to pick Denver.

Irv Brown and Joe Williams pushed it daily on their show

KWGN still has pictures in their vault of myself and a lifelong friend when we young teenager meeting the Rockies and Cubs my grandmother pulled some strings to make it happen , especially meeting Sammy Sosa but the strike filled year the photos never made it back to us true story .

The Denver Zephyrs were far and away better than the Rockies are. Jim Burris knew how to run a team, even though the players were there on the call of the general manager of the Reds, the Brewers and whatever other teams the Z's were the AAA affiliate of. Guys like Paul O'Neill and Barry Larkin turned into superstars with Cincinnati. I wonder how many players on the Rockies current roster would even make another major league team's active 25 roster. I'm a baseball fan from way back in the mid-1960s, Kyle, and what we see at Coors Field night in and night out IS NOT major league baseball.

I went to the zephyrs last game which was a championship game and The first doubleheader Rockies history. I snuck in a 5 pound peanut bag the old mile high stadium. When the peanutscracker jacks in beer guy came in the offer us some peanuts I lose up the hole 5 pound bag of nuts and I yelled right here. The beer guy stopped his tracks and gave me the dirtiest look. The whole section laughed Up a storm.

Beautiful ❤👌🏾👍🏾! Look at that great smile!😃

I was at an early game at Mile High Stadium. They were giving out Rockies shirts too.

In the 70's we were set to buy the Oakland As (can't remember who was the buyer) and then the owner of the As backed out of the deal.

So very good to see you! I miss you!

You should reach out to Matthew Repplinger who wrote “Baseball in Denver.” He’s so knowledgeable. ⚾️

Great idea!!

Me me me... saw the Zephers when I first moved here!

Miss seeing you every day.

Can’t wait for that!

That’s awesome

Mark S. Mcdonald Sr. Your son played ball with one of the Rockies coaching staff, or was it one of the team members? Mom and Dad held season tickets for a long time. You might collaborate a bit here.

Should be an interesting story. But if we wouldn’t have gotten a team, maybe we wouldn’t have 1.5M people move here , we wouldn’t have legalized marijuana and now have 300k homeless, we might have a rancher as governor and we would be the western fist of a strong country. Maybe?

Look very pretty ❤️❤️

Looking good

congrats

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2 weeks ago
Kyle Dyer

Nothing better than reuniting with my former 9’er & forever friend, the great TaRhonda Thomas!
I’m so proud of the work she’s doing as a reporter & anchor in Philadelphia!
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Nothing better than reuniting with my former 9’er & forever friend, the great TaRhonda Thomas! 
I’m so proud of the work she’s doing as a reporter & anchor in Philadelphia!

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You both look great!!!

Love you girls!!!😊❤️

Two of my favorites - you both look great together! Miss you both

You two are looking fabulous/fantastic!! Miss both of you!! Hope you had a great time!!

Great to see both of your smiling faces again!

Way too fun!!! Miss you both and your great stories and heartwarming smiles.

Loved it when both of you were with KUSA. You're hard acts to follow!

You two were my favorite pair on 9 News mornings!

Great to see her again! Love you both and miss you!

I need to be able to love this a million times!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Two great individuals I wish were still on the air in Denver!

Awwww love to see great friends keeping friendships alive. Beautiful ladies!

Two of my favorites! Miss you both, locally, and hope you're doing well!

Miss seeing you both on my TV.

Shining faces and hearts!

Miss both of you!

Seeing these two smiles together just made my week! 🥰🤩

Great pic of both of you!

Love this picture ❤️ You guys were my favorite on 9news. You both look lovely

Nice to see the two of you again.

aww. I miss both of you!

Nice seeing you two together, Colorado 9News viewers miss you

😍! Miss you Both 🥰

You two beautiful ladies look great!

Miss you both!

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3 weeks ago
Kyle Dyer

It was 30 years ago this month when A League of their Own hit the big screen… it’s a movie that makes me smile because I spent an entire summer in Evansville, Indiana covering the making of this film for the local CBS station. It was a big deal for Evansville!
How’s this for a throwback: Here I am with Centerfielder “All the Way Mae,” played by Madonna. Look at my hair.. yikes. This moment in time was captured by the late Don Goodaker for The Evansville Courier & Press.

This movie brought to life the true stories of the women who made up the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League in 1943, when WW2 threatened MLB because the players were all off setving our country.

⚾️More storytelling surrounding baseball & community are in the works for me. more to come ⚾️
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It was 30 years ago this month when A League of their Own hit the big screen… it’s a movie that makes me smile because I spent an entire summer in Evansville, Indiana covering the making of this film for the local CBS station.  It was a big deal for Evansville!
How’s this for a throwback: Here I am with Centerfielder “All the Way Mae,” played by Madonna. Look at my hair.. yikes. This moment in time was captured by the late Don Goodaker for The Evansville Courier & Press. 

This movie brought to life the true stories of the women who made up the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League in 1943, when WW2 threatened MLB because the players were all off setving our country. 

⚾️More storytelling surrounding baseball & community are in the works for me. more to come ⚾️

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Love it! The movie and this picture.

We lived in Evansville when you were here and then we went to Denver for 23 years. I guess we followed you! Back in IN now. Loved the movie and we always enjoyed watching you!

Amazing!! What an experience!!also love this movie.

And the old Fort Collins High School had a small cameo in the early part of that movie as well. There is a Netflix Original called “A Secret Love” that also ties to this movie that is very heartwarming and special.

I love that you had this amazing experience covering this wonderful film & history!!

Love this movie. I saw it first run in theaters a few times. “There’s no crying in baseball”

If she only knew that you were going to be famous, she could have gotten your autograph!

There's no crying in baseball, , There's no crying!

I love that movie

This is a great memory Kyle Dyer! My mother is from indiana, my father from Kentucky. She was married in Indiana, I was married there: and we lived there for years. Still my father, stepmother, & 6 half brothers & sisters live there. Not to mention cousins, uncles, aunts , nieces and nephews and there children. Thanks for the pic

One of my favorite movies!

There is a new one coming out in a few months! I actually am excited to see it! I normally don’t like remakes!

Love that movie 🍿

Look for the new series on Prime

Love hearing your life stories. Thank you!

Oh My! Blame the humidity!

Also didn’t realize it was filmed in Evansville! Not far from me!

My home town!

What a great reporting job that was to experience.

I love this Kyle Dyer!!!

Look at you, Kyle Dyer West!!! How adorable!!!

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One of my favorite movies to watch.

Amazing. One of my favorite movies.

Kyle and Madonna ❣️👍🏻

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