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The Colorado Rockies are a relatively new baseball team, when compared to the old teams that have been around for 100 plus years, as they have only been in existence since 1993. The building process of Coors Field, their eventual home stadium, took longer than expected so the Rockies ended up spending their first two MLB seasons playing at Mile High Stadium, the home of the Denver Broncos football team. Playing at Mile High was perfectly fine with the Rockies as they had more room for seating and actually had the highest attendance in the Majors their first two years as they averaged over 50,000 Colorado Rockies tickets sold per game, helping set a new MLB attendance record of 4,483,350 total Colorado Rockies tickets sold in one year. The high moment of the season however was in their first home game in which they sold 80,227 Colorado Rockies tickets and second baseman Eric Young led off the bottom of the 1st inning with a homerun. Two years after their inaugural season, the Rockies finally moved into their new stadium and immediately were putting up great attendance numbers with an average of 47,500 Colorado Rockies tickets sold each game, even though their record didn’t suggest they would have that many fans. The first real successful season for the Rockies didn’t come until their 14th year as a franchise in 2007. That group of players was able to make it all the way to the World Series where they eventually lost out to the Boston Red Sox, who would win their 2nd title in 4 years.

The Rockies had to wait 2 seasons before they finally got to move into their stadium, Coors Field. The wait helped them, as they were able to sell many more Colorado Rockies tickets at Mile High Stadium because of the football style seating it offered. After moving into the new Coors Field, where the max capacity was for 50,398 Colorado Rockies tickets to be sold, the attendance figures did drop by almost 10,000, which was due more to the lack of performance than the actual venue. One of the most unique features in Coors Field is that the lower level seats are a dark green color, but when you reach the 20th row in the upper deck the seat colors change to purple because it marks the cities one mile elevation mark. With the higher elevation, it provides a more exciting game for those who purchased Colorado Rockies tickets because at a higher elevation the ball flies further which makes Coors Field a hitters ball park. Coors Field is the only MLB ballpark that is located a mile above sea level, making it one of the most unique and exciting places to watch a baseball game. With the Rockies playing in the highest MLB stadium and one that is still relatively new, purchasing Colorado Rockies tickets can lead you to a ballpark that is one of a kind and also to watching two professional teams play a game of baseball.

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4-14-14: It was quite the interesting weekend for the Colorado Rockies in San Francisco. They lost two-of-three by the bay, the first of which came after Jorge De La Rosa allowed a grand slam to opposing starter Madison Bumgarner, and the second after light-hitting shortstop Brandon Crawford crushed a walk-off home run into the water in right field. Colorado was able to take the middle game, however, despite starter Brett Anderson leaving the game with an injured finger.

4-7-14: Following an embarrassing season-opening series in which they were spanked in losing three-of-four to the Marlins, the Rockies bounced-back over the weekend by winning their series against the Diamondbacks at Coors Field. Outfielder Charlie Blackmon has been on an absolute tear offensively, hitting .542 with a homer and six runs batted in to start the year. His 6-for-6 effort in Friday’s win over Arizona put him into an exclusive club (along with Ty Cobb, Jimmie Foxx, Alfonso Soriano and Shawn Green): players all-time with six hits, five RBIs and four extra-base hits in a single game.

4-1-14: Losing to the Miami Marlins is always bad, but losing to the Marlins in a blowout is substantially worse. The Colorado Rockies were crushed 10-1 in Miami, with starter Jorge De La Rosa lasting just 4.1 innings after being knocked-around for five runs on four hits and a pair of walks. The lone offensive highlight for Colorado came in the 6th, when Carlos Gonzalez took Jose Fernandez deep with a solo home run. The Marlins had control throughout, paced by a combined six hits from Marcell Ozuna and Adeiny Hechavarria.

3-27-14: The Colorado Rockies started the final week of spring training by releasing pitcher Bobby Cassevah while he rehabs an injury. The Rockies also decided to pay the $100K retention fee to keep Nick Masset in the organization rather than risk losing him or guaranteeing him a Major League roster spot. Top prospects Eddie Butler and Jon Gray seem close and could be midseason additions to the club so if the Rockies can stay close to .500 all season long a Wild Card berth is not out of the question, especially with a healthy Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez on the field. It's not likely they will compete in the National League West this season but that's the beauty of Opening Day, everyone is in first place and everyone has a shot.

3-20-14: The Colorado Rockies got the news they have come all too accustomed to hearing unfortunately as All Star Troy Tulowitzki left a spring training game after being hit by a pitch in the lower leg, although X-Rays were negative thankfully for Rockies fans. Tulowitzki made his return to the Rockies lineup a few days later going 0-3 but just being there is encouraging. Colorado needs all the encouragement they can get as they are under .500 in the Cactus League this season and have gone 3-4 in their last week worth of games. The Rockies center field job is still up in the air as the spring competition has not come to a close yet but they know who their ace starting pitcher is as Jorge De La Rosa has been named the Rockies Opening Day starter.

3-13-14: The Colorado Rockies have been in the rebuilding and retooling mode for quite a few years now, is 2014 the year they finally put it all together? First and foremost the Rockies need Troy Tulowitski and Carlos Gonzalez on the field at the same time for most, if not all, of the 2014 season. So far both are healthy and look great this spring and the Rockies have a winning record to show for it in the Cactus League this year. Jorge De La Rosa has been named the team's Opening Day starter already and the team added first basemen Justin Morneau to what was already a pretty stacked lineup. The Rockies also added former New York Yankee Boone Logan to the bullpen and have a lot of pieces in place to make a run at a Wild Card in the very near future.

3-12-14: The five most expensive Rockies games in the regular season are: 1. April 4th vs Arizona, July 4th vs Los Angeles Dodgers, August 17th vs Cincinnati (with Todd Helton jersey retirement ceremony), July 3rd vs Los Angeles Dodgers, July 25th vs Pittsburgh Pirates. The cheapest game of the season comes April 9th vs the White Sox.

3-11-14: The Rockies overcame the Kansas City Royals 10-1 during Spring Training action on Sunday. Juan Nicasio contributed 4 scoreless innings during the match. Kyle Parker, who was a former Clemson quarterback, drove in a two-run double in the 7th, and a three run double in the 9th. The Rockies totalled 14 hits during the game.

3-5-14: Good news in Colorado as their All-Star outfielder Carlos Gonzalez has been reportedly way ahead of schedule after his appendicectomy and hernia surgery this past January. The Rockies will need him in the middle of their order if they have any hopes of contending for the division. In other news first baseman Justin Morneau has a stiff neck and has been listed as day-to-day but the organization is not worried about this at all as Morneau is a veteran and doesn't need a ton of spring training at bats to get ready for the regular season.

3-4-14: The Rockies top pitching prospect, Jon Gray impressed the staff with a two inning run during the team's game vs the Seattle Mariners on Monday. Despite the Rockies dropping the game 8-1, Gray held the Mariners to two hits, with no runs, and threw strikes in 24 of his 37 pitches.

1-7-14: The Colorado Rockies have had a busy and productive off-season so far. They acquired Boone Logan from the New York Yankees through free agency. Logan was very effective out of the Yankee bullpen for a couple of years and prove that he's more than just a lefty specialist. The Rockies also acquired Drew Stubbs from the Indians in exchange for Josh Altman. Stubbs has good speed and power especially a course field but he will likely be a utility man to start the season.

12-9-13: Last season the Colorado Rockies finished in last place with a record of 74–88. Despite their poor record they did finished third overall in the major leagues in team batting average. Last season acted as a farewell tour for a long time Colorado Rockies player Todd Helton who announced his retirement. Immediately this off-season the Rockies have addressed the replacement for Hilton and signed veteran first baseman Justin Morneau to a two-year deal worth roughly $13 million. Remains a slight advantage for the Rockies as they were able to post a winning record at home. The road is what led to the Rockies demise last season as they posted a road record of just 29–52. Last season Michael could Dyer had a career year batting .331 with 20 homeruns and 84 RBIs.

8/21/13 - Last night the Colorado Rockies were able to win on the road in Philadelphia behind Jorge De La Rosa. He pitched 6 1/3 innings giving up three hits three runs and struck out three batters. The Rockies ranked 11th overall in runs scored with 553. The Rockies are 15 games out of first place in the division and face the Miami Marlins over the weekend. The Rockies have struggled away from home and have a road record of 23 – 41.

8/6/13 - The Colorado Rockies continue to struggle in ninth place. This week they will visit New York and face the Mets. Carlos Gonzalez leads the team with 26 home runs.

7/19/13 - Third place belongs to the Colorado Rockies. At 46-50 they are 4.5 games behind the division leading Diamondbacks. As a team, the Rockies have scored 426 runs, that is good for 10th best in the majors. Michael Cuddyer has been a stand out offensively, batting .330 with 16 home runs and 55 RBIs. The Rockies also boast the 6th best team batting average at a clip of .265. After the break the Rockies will face the Chicago Cubs at Coors Field. The 9-5 Jorge De La Rosa will take the hill for game one on Friday.

7/7/13 - Three Colorado Rockies were selected as 2013 National League all-stars. Short stop Troy Tulowitzki and outfielder Carlos Gonzalez will both start and make his second all-star game appearance. Outfielder Michael Cuddyer will make his second ASG appearance as a reserve.

6/12/13 - The Colorado Rockies are in second place at 35 – 30. They have won two games in a row and this week will face off against the Washington Nationals. Shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is batting .353 and leads the team in hits with 76. Carlos Gonzalez leads the team in homeruns and RBIs. Colorado has a home record of 21-14 at Coors Field. Closer Rafael Betancourt leads the team in Saves with 11 but is currently on the DL.

Date Opponent Time
Mar. 31 at Miami 7:00
Apr. 1 at Miami 7:10
Apr. 2 at Miami 7:10
Apr. 3 at Miami 12:40
Apr. 4 Arizona 4:10
Apr. 5 Arizona 8:10
Apr. 6 Arizona 4:10
Apr. 7 Chicago Sox 8:40
Apr. 8 Chicago Sox 8:40
Apr. 9 Chicago Sox 3:10
Apr. 11 at San Francisco 10:15
Apr. 12 at San Francisco 4:05
Apr. 13 at San Francisco 4:05
Apr. 14 at San Diego 10:10
Apr. 15 at San Diego 10:10
Apr. 16 at San Diego 10:10
Apr. 17 at San Diego 6:40
Apr. 18 Philadelphia 8:40
Apr. 19 Philadelphia 8:10
Apr. 20 Philadelphia 4:10
Apr. 21 San Francisco 8:40
Apr. 22 San Francisco 8:40
Apr. 23 San Francisco 3:10
Apr. 25 at LA Dodgers 10:10
Apr. 26 at LA Dodgers 9:10
Apr. 27 at LA Dodgers 4:10
Apr. 28 at Arizona 9:40
Apr. 29 at Arizona 9:40
Apr. 30 at Arizona 9:40
May 1 NY Mets 8:40
May 2 NY Mets 8:40
May 3 NY Mets 8:10
May 4 NY Mets 4:10
May 5 Texas 8:40
May 6 Texas 8:40
May 7 at Texas 8:05
May 8 at Texas 8:05
May 9 at Cincinnati 7:10
May 10 at Cincinnati 7:10
May 11 at Cincinnati 1:10
May 13 at Kansas City 8:10
May 14 at Kansas City 2:10
Date Opponent Time
May 16 San Diego 8:40
May 17 San Diego 8:10
May 18 San Diego 4:10
May 20 San Francisco 8:40
May 21 San Francisco 8:40
May 22 San Francisco 3:10
May 23 at Atlanta 7:35
May 24 at Atlanta 4:10
May 25 at Atlanta 5:10
May 26 at Philadelphia 5:05
May 27 at Philadelphia 7:05
May 28 at Philadelphia 7:05
May 30 at Cleveland 7:05
May 31 at Cleveland 3:05
Jun. 1 at Cleveland 1:05
Jun. 3 Arizona 8:40
Jun. 4 Arizona 8:40
Jun. 5 Arizona 8:40
Jun. 6 LA Dodgers 8:40
Jun. 7 LA Dodgers 4:10
Jun. 8 LA Dodgers 4:10
Jun. 9 Atlanta 8:40
Jun. 10 Atlanta 8:40
Jun. 11 Atlanta 8:40
Jun. 12 Atlanta 3:10
Jun. 13 at San Francisco 10:15
Jun. 14 at San Francisco 4:05
Jun. 15 at San Francisco 4:05
Jun. 16 at LA Dodgers 10:10
Jun. 17 at LA Dodgers 10:10
Jun. 18 at LA Dodgers 10:10
Jun. 20 Milwaukee 8:40
Jun. 21 Milwaukee 4:10
Jun. 22 Milwaukee 4:10
Jun. 23 St. Louis 8:40
Jun. 24 St. Louis 8:40
Jun. 25 St. Louis 3:10
Jun. 26 at Milwaukee 8:10
Jun. 27 at Milwaukee 8:10
Jun. 28 at Milwaukee 4:10
Jun. 29 at Milwaukee 2:10
Jun. 30 at Washington 7:05
Date Opponent Time
Jul. 1 at Washington 7:05
Jul. 2 at Washington 6:05
Jul. 3 LA Dodgers 8:10
Jul. 4 LA Dodgers 8:10
Jul. 5 LA Dodgers 4:10
Jul. 6 LA Dodgers 4:10
Jul. 7 San Diego 8:40
Jul. 8 San Diego 8:40
Jul. 9 San Diego 3:10
Jul. 11 Minnesota 8:40
Jul. 12 Minnesota 4:10
Jul. 13 Minnesota 4:10
Jul. 18 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Jul. 19 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Jul. 20 at Pittsburgh 1:35
Jul. 21 Washington 8:40
Jul. 22 Washington 8:40
Jul. 23 Washington 3:10
Jul. 25 Pittsburgh 8:40
Jul. 26 Pittsburgh 8:10
Jul. 27 Pittsburgh 4:10
Jul. 28 at Chicago Cubs 8:05
Jul. 29 at Chicago Cubs 8:05
Jul. 30 at Chicago Cubs 8:05
Jul. 31 at Chicago Cubs 2:20
Aug. 1 at Detroit 7:08
Aug. 2 at Detroit 7:08
Aug. 3 at Detroit 1:08
Aug. 5 Chicago Cubs 8:40
Aug. 6 Chicago Cubs 8:40
Aug. 7 Chicago Cubs 3:10
Aug. 8 at Arizona 9:40
Aug. 9 at Arizona 8:10
Aug. 10 at Arizona 4:10
Aug. 11 at San Diego 10:10
Aug. 12 at San Diego 10:10
Aug. 13 at San Diego 6:40
Aug. 14 Cincinnati 8:40
Aug. 15 Cincinnati 8:40
Aug. 16 Cincinnati 8:10
Aug. 17 Cincinnati 4:10
Date Opponent Time
Aug. 19 Kansas City 8:40
Aug. 20 Kansas City 8:40
Aug. 22 Miami 8:40
Aug. 23 Miami 8:10
Aug. 24 Miami 4:10
Aug. 25 at San Francisco 10:15
Aug. 26 at San Francisco 10:15
Aug. 27 at San Francisco 10:15
Aug. 28 at San Francisco 3:45
Aug. 29 at Arizona 9:40
Aug. 30 at Arizona 8:10
Aug. 31 at Arizona 4:10
Sept. 1 San Francisco 4:10
Sept. 2 San Francisco 8:40
Sept. 3 San Francisco 3:10
Sept. 5 San Diego 8:40
Sept. 6 San Diego 8:10
Sept. 7 San Diego 4:10
Sept. 8 at NY Mets 7:10
Sept. 9 at NY Mets 7:10
Sept. 10 at NY Mets 7:10
Sept. 12 at St. Louis 8:15
Sept. 13 at St. Louis 7:15
Sept. 14 at St. Louis 2:15
Sept. 15 LA Dodgers 8:40
Sept. 16 LA Dodgers 8:40
Sept. 17 LA Dodgers 3:10
Sept. 18 Arizona 8:40
Sept. 19 Arizona 8:10
Sept. 20 Arizona 4:10
Sept. 21 Arizona 4:10
Sept. 22 at San Diego 10:10
Sept. 23 at San Diego 10:10
Sept. 24 at San Diego 10:10
Sept. 26 at LA Dodgers 10:10
Sept. 27 at LA Dodgers 9:10
Sept. 28 at LA Dodgers 4:10