Coors Field, 2001 Blake Street, Denver CO 80205 Google Maps
Coors Field has been home of the Colorado Rockies since 1995. Coors Field replaced Mile High Stadium which was the home of the Colorado Rockies for two years while Coors Field was under construction.
Coors Field is located northeast of downtown Denver. Several bus routes and light rail service, provided by RTD, stop near Coors Field.
Colorado Rockies Tickets
Great tickets (sometimes less than stadium prices) for home and away games are available from a registered ticket broker.
Colorado Rockies History
The Colorado Rockies were a National League expansion franchise in 1993. The first Colorado Rockies game in Mile High Stadium on April 5 had a major league record attendance of 80,000 fans.
Two years later, in 1995, the Rockies made the playoffs as a wild card team, but lost to the Atlanta Braves in the National League Division Series.
The Rockies qualified for the playoffs in 2007 by winning 14 of the last 15 games of the regular season. The Rockies played a 13 inning game against the San Diego Padres to determine the National League wild card team. The Rockies continued the winning streak by sweeping the Philadelphia Phillies and Arizona Diamondbacks in the playoffs to win the National League pennant. The Rockies had a record of 20-1 in the last 21 games before the World Series.
The Colorado Rockies were defeated in four straight games by the Boston Red Sox in the World Series.