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Colorado Rockies tickets are going to be hot commodities in and around Denver this year following the 2017 campaign in which the squad went 87-75 and found their way into a National League Wild Card game. Fans have always been good to the Rockies since they arrived in the league via expansion back in 1993. They made the playoffs in their third year of existence, and they made it to the World Series for the first time in 2007, where they were unceremoniously swept by the Boston Red Sox.
With a new season comes a new chapter, a new blank page, and a new script to be written. The 2019 squad is a solid one, anchored by a few veterans throughout the lineup, including Ian Desmond and Charlie Blackmon. Whether or not the tale of the 2019 Colorado Rockies is a triumph for a tragedy will depend in large part to the productivity of shortstop Trevor Story. The young phenom is entering his third year as a major league baseball player, and his first two gave people reason to believe that he will be a bona fide superstar in the years to come.
The pitching rotation is a bit of a question mark heading into a challenging 2019 Colorado Rockies Schedule, but a bullpen full of dependable relievers could mesh well and take a lot of pressure off of the starting pitching staff. Colorado has historically been a tough place to lure free-agent pitching talent, as the high elevation and thin air is known to make the ball travel distances much further than it does in typical ballparks.
The Rockies organization has adjusted the distance of the fences over the years in an attempt to compensate and correct the geographical situation. But so many other tiny ballparks that are essentially home run factories have popped up in recent years, that it doesn't even really matter anymore.
The venue is a great place to take in a baseball game, and it was on the cutting edge of state-of-the-art professional sporting facilities when it was built between 1992 and 1995. Opened on April 26 of 1995 just in time to host the Rockies first home game, the total price tag came in at a respectable cost of $482 million by today's inflation standards. Colorado Rockies baseball tickets are currently a few clicks, taps or swipes away.