Arenado, who signed the eight-year, $260 million contract in spring training, has said he does not want to be like former Rockies first baseman Todd Helton, who played his entire 17-year career with the team and went to the postseason just twice.
"Times like this, it's hard to see if we're going to recover or not. Time will tell," Arenado said. "I mean, we have to. We have to get better because these teams in our division are getting way better."