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2/2/15 - With Spring Training only a few weeks away, the Colorado Rockies are looking to create a stronger and deeper bullpen. Recently, they sent Chris O'Dowd and Jose Briceno, two minor league catchers, to the Atlanta Braves in return for David Hale and Gus Schlosser, both of whom are right handed pitchers. Hale had a 3.30 ERA last season. They have also agreed to signing John Axford to a minor league contract, but he could still be a possible player for the Rockies. They have also acquired Jairo Diaz in a trade with the Angles, which saw Josh Rutledge leave. The bullpen will get a chance to demonstrate their abilities during the Spring Training, which starts for the Rockies on March 4 at Salt River Fields in Scottsdale, AZ, against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Tickets start at $17.
9/15/14 - The Colorado Rockies are in the midst of their final homestand of the year! The Coors Field Team will play their final two series at Coors Field against NL West foes, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks. The Rockies can help determine which of the top two teams in their division will claim the NL West pennant, as just a mere three games separate the Dodgers from the Giants for the title. Score Los Angeles at Colorado Rockies tickets this week and see if the Denver team can spoil LA’s pennant race! Get-in prices for the 9/15-9/17 series run from $3-5.?
9/4/14 - The Rockies announced a two-year contract extension with left-hander Jorge De La Rosa on Wednesday; the deal, which runs through the 2016 season, is valued at $25 million. The pitcher thrives in the high altitude of Coors Field, winning 9 of his 13 starts in Colorado. The Rockies have been seeing all NL West, all day, coming off eight games against the Giants and three opposite the Diamondbacks. The west coast party doesn’t stop there, as the Rockies will host the San Diego Padres for a three game set starting tomorrow. Spend no more than $3-4 to get into the series at Colorado this weekend (9/5-9/7).
8/28/14 - The Colorado Rockies are a winning team at Coors Field, at 34-33 at home, but too bad they’re on the road over Labor Day Weekend, where they’ve racked up an abominable 19-45. Still, with a series win over Miami last weekend, and a victory in their first of four games versus San Francisco, this team may shapeup to be a spoiler down the stretch. See if they can’t be thorn in the side of the Giants tonight, and put their wild card hopes in peril. Get Colorado Rockies tickets when they visit fellow NL West foes, the Diamondbacks, for as low as $7 in Arizona (8/29).
8/20/14 – Maybe water mains should burst at Coors Field more often! The Colorado Rockies were forced to postpone last Saturday’s game against the Reds, but when the teams re-convened for a double-header on Sunday, Colorado obliterated Cincinnati with 10 runs in each game. Score Colorado Rockies tickets for tomorrow’s game against Kansas City and pay just $5 to see if they can even up the series!
8/11/14 – The Colorado Rockies will wrap up their road trip with a visit to the San Diego Padres this week, and fans can’t wait for the team to come back home. This weekend offers a promotion-packed schedule against the Cincinnati Reds, where the Coors Field clubhouse and fans will honor the baseball great who played his entire 17-year career on Colorado, Todd Helton. “Retire 17 Weekend” kicks off this Friday with a Helton “Farewell” Bobblehead (get-in for $8 on 8/15), followed by a No. 17 Collectible Jersey giveaway on Saturday (get-in for $5 on 9/16), and culminating on Sunday with a “Retire 17” Bobblehead Gnome and Jersey Retirement Ceremony. Buy Colorado Rockies tickets for the game, giveaway and ceremony this Sunday at $10 minimum—that's a small price to pay to send the five-time All Star, four-time Silver Slugger and three-time Gold Glove winner off right!
8/4/14 – The rockpile came tumbling down last week, when the Colorado Rockies dropped three games to the Chicago Cubs, followed by a sweep at the hands of the Detroit Tigers. Support the Rockies as they defend their home turf from the visiting Cubs this week; Chicago has failed to win at Coors Field in 10 years, and Colorado isn’t about to let that happen in their upcoming series! Buy Colorado Rockies tickets and get into this three-game set for as little as $5 (8/5-8/6).
7/28/14 – The Colorado Rockies may be at the bottom of the NL West barrel, but they’re still a force to be reckoned with. The Rockies took down postseason hopefuls, the Washington Nationals and Pittsburgh Pirates, last week. Fans in attendance have undoubtedly noticed Josh Rutledge’s transformation into a stud over the last ten games; the infielder is hitting .371 with 9 RBI and a home run. Perhaps the player’s hot streak will light a fire under the rest of the clubhouse this week. Score Colorado Rockies tickets on the road when they take on the Chicago Cubs in a four-game set, and the Detroit Tigers in three over the weekend.
7/21/14 – The Colorado Rockies are struggling in their return from the All-Star break, dropping three straight to the Pittsburgh Pirates this past weekend. The losses came at a further price, as Troy Tulowitzki was forced out of Saturday’s game with a cramped left thigh. The shortstop is in the middle of a career-season, sporting a .342 batting average and 71 runs before leaving early. The Rockies come into this week with a series opposite the Washington Nationals, who will be playing to maintain their top spot in the NL East. The bullpen will have to step it up, with Doug Fister, Jordan Zimmerman and Stephan Strasburg taking the hill. Buy Colorado Rockies tickets for as low as $6 on 7/22 at Coors Field.
7/14/14 – The Colorado Rockies are likely enjoying the MLB All-Star break, as this injury-laden roster will take all the rest they can get. The Rockies will be back this Friday, excited to start the second half of the season as they slowly return players from the Disabled List. The club recently welcomed Brett Anderson back to the mound, and now they have activated Carlos Gonzalez. The outfielder is back in action after missing 35 games due to finger inflammation. Buy Colorado Rockies tickets for their series this weekend at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Rockies tickets are offered at a super low $5 to get-in on Friday (7/18) and $6 to get-in on Sunday (7/20).
7/7/14 - The Colorado Rockies have dropped five games since the start of July, but perhaps the upcoming All Star break will return an invigorated squad. Two players have been selected to represent the Rox in Minneapolis: starting shortstop Troy Tulowitzki and reserve outfielder Charlie Blackmon. The club may even send a third player to the tournament, with first baseman Justin Morneau announced as a candidate for the All Star Final Vote (which ends 7/10). Lock in All Star Game tickets for as low as $217 on 7/15, or get a great deal on Colorado Rockies tickets before the break! Pay as little as $6 to see Colorado take on the San Diego Padres 7/8-7/9, or for $7 you can watch them play the Minnesota Twins on 7/11-7/12.
6/30/14 – Yesterday, the Colorado Rockies took their first steps to getting over a tough June slump with a resounding 10-4 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers. The Rockies announced today that right-hander Jhoulys Chacin will be placed on the 15-day disabled list due to right shoulder inflammation; in response, the club has recalled Chad Bettis from Triple-A. Hopefully the recent win and welcomed addition to the rotation will reap success against the Nationals and Dodgers this week. Colorado Rockies tickets are cheapest on Tuesday when they visit the Nationals, for a $2 get-in price. Prices shoot up when the Rockies play host to the LA Dodgers on July 4; get-in for an Independence Day baseball spectacular this Friday; at a $37 minimum. Rockies tickets drop down to $8 on Saturday (7/5) and $7 on Sunday (7/6).
6/23/14 – After pulling off an envy-inducing five-game hot streak, the Colorado Rockies have dropped six straight games, thanks to series sweeps by the Dodgers and Brewers. Despite being the victims of Clayton Kershaw’s awe-inspiring no-hitter last week, the Rockies showed their sportsmanship and love of the game when they recognized one of the best pitchers in the game, hanging around the dugout to watch in celebration. After all, it’s safe to say the offense isn’t the primary problem for the high-altitude team. Rockies' pitching has been a hindrance in success, most recently allowing 19 hits and 13 runs while averaging over 20 pitches per inning. In fact, last night, the Brewers cleared the bases and scored three runs off of a wild pitch. See if the squad can get back on a roll with Colorado Rockies tickets this week! Score cheap Rockies tickets for as little as $7 when they face the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday (6/25).
6/16/14 – The Colorado Rockies are on a roll! After dropping two games to the Braves, the Rockies tied up their four game series and are now hot on a five-game win streak! Troy Tulowitzki was extremely productive before exiting on Saturday with a toe injury, and Charlie Blackmon leads NL outfielders with the most All-Star votes. After defeating the majors-leading San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park, the Rockies will close out their road trip with a visit to Los Angeles. Out of all winning teams the Dodgers have the worst at-home record, so Colorado has the opportunity to extend their winning streak into this week! Score cheap Colorado Rockies tickets at Chavez Ravine, just $1 to get-in on 6/16 and 6/18.
6/9/14- The Colorado Rockies lost their runner-up position in the NL West after dropping 8 consecutive games. Last week, the Rockies were swept by division bottom dwellers, the Arizona Diamondbacks, and fell twice to the Dodgers. Still, the Rockies are just three games behind Los Angeles in the race for second place. Buy Colorado Rockies tickets and see if the club can get back to its winning ways this week. Colorado will host the Atlanta Braves before going coastal to face the San Francisco Giants over Father's Day weekend. The cheapest Colorado Rockies tickets at Coors Field are offered this Wednesday; pay $3 to get-into Lower Reserve.
6/3/14 – At .500 on the season, the Colorado Rockies are smack-drab in the middle of the NL West behind the Giants and Dodgers. After being swept by the Cleveland Indians, Colorado has been a bit rocky; they’ve won just one game in their last six. Good news, the Rockies are back home starting tonight until June 13 for three series against Arizona (avg. $22), Los Angeles (avg. $35), and Atlanta (avg. $26). Three wins against the Dodgers will get them back in the running for second in the division and maintain their lead over San Diego and Arizona. With seats available for under $20 to each of the next 10 games, there are affordable options for everyone. In fact, Colorado Rockies tickets are regularly available for under face value!
5/26/14 – Colorado will try not to fall further down the NL West standings when they open a three-game series against Philadelphia tonight at Citizens Bank Park. Thankfully, Tory Tulowitzki (ankle) who leads the majors with a .375 batting average, is expected back in the lineup Monday. The Rockies are five games behind the division-leading San Francisco Giants after losing two of three to the Atlanta Braves this weekend. Following a road trip to Philly where Colorado Rockies tickets start at $9 Tuesday and $12 Wednesday, they’ll fly to Cleveland to take on the Indians in a three-game weekend series. It’s not until next Tuesday that the Rockies return home to host the Diamondbacks (tickets from $6), then Dodgers and Braves totaling 10 straight days of baseball at Coors Field.
5/19/14 – Colorado both dropped and won a series last week going 0-2 against Kansas City on the road and then securing two of three against San Diego at home. Last night’s thriller went to the tenth and included just the third triple play in franchise history. On two days’ rest, the Rockies will face the San Francisco Giants midweek before jumping on a plane for three straight road series (Atlanta, Philadelphia, Cleveland). Colorado Rockies tickets this week start at $10 Tuesday, $8 Wednesday, and $13 for Thursday’s series finale. The crew won’t be back to Coors Field until early June so don’t miss the action in Denver!
5/12/14 - Last week, the Colorado Rockies did what they could to narrow the gap between themselves and the division-leading San Francisco Giants. The Rockies beat the Rangers 3-1 in their extended series, but dropped two games in Cincinnati over the weekend. Colorado will finish off their road trip with a two-game visit to the Kansas City Royals before returning to Coors Field with a series against NL West foes, the San Diego Padres. Colorado Rockies tickets for both games at Kansas City start at a low $2-5 (5/13-5/14), while their home series opposite San Diego ranges from $10-15 to get-in (5/16-5/18).
5/5/14 - The Colorado Rockies are blazing up the NL West rankings, having won three of their most recent series, including two against division foes (Dodgers and Diamondbacks). Colorado is just 2 games behind San Francisco for top spot in the division, with help by third baseman Nolan Arenado, who extended his hit streak to 24 games (second longest in franchise history). See Arenado make history with Colorado Rockies tickets this week! The squad is pitted against Texas for four (split home games), followed by a trip to Cincinnati. See them take on the Rangers at home for $7 (5/6) and on the road for $2 in Arlington (5/7-5/8).
4/28/14 - Thanks to improved play over the last few weeks, the Colorado Rockies are tied for second place in the NL West. With a 14-12 record and series wins over the Giants and Dodgers, the Rockies are just 1.5 games behind the Giants for top spot in the division. Colorado has a chance to close that gap when they take on the Arizona Diamondbacks starting tonight at Chase Field in Phoenix; the get-in price for the Tuesday and Wednesday (4/29- 4/30) matches range from $7-$8. Colorado Rockies tickets start at $9-$12 across their four-game series against the New York Mets at Coors Field (5/1-5/4).
4/21/14 - Thanks to their last two series victories, the Colorado Rockies have reached the .500 mark and are 3rd in the tough NL West. Colorado came home to Coors Field and demolished the Phillies with astounding offensive play, including Tulo's three run homer for the final score of 12-1. The real test starts today however, as the Rockies face a barrage of division opponents over the next week and a half: they'll compete against the Giants, before hitting the road to face the Dodgers and Diamondbacks. Colorado Rockies tickets start at $10-12 when they host San Francisco (4/21-4/23), and drop to $4-7 for their weekend series at Dodger Stadium (4/25- 4/27).
4/14/14- The Colorado Rockies have been alternating wins and losses, missing their opportunity to hit above the .500 mark since their series win over the Diamondbacks at the start of the month. At 6-7, the Rockies are one game ahead of their next opponents: NL West foes, the San Diego Padres. After their trip to SoCal (get-in for $12 on 4/15-4/16), the Rockies will be back at Coors Field to host the Philadelphia Phillies for a weekend series. Score Colorado Rockies tickets for as low as $7 this Sunday (4/20).
4/7/14 - The Colorado Rockies are 3-4 to start the season, having cleaned up their start after tripping up early. The Rockies dropped three to the Marlins in Miami, but bounced back against the Arizona Diamondbacks, winning their home opening series this past weekend. Center fielder Charlie Blackmon got things going on Friday with a career day: he hit a 6-6 performance with three doubles and a two-run homer. The Rockies will host the Chicago White Sox (4/7-4/9) to finish their homestand this week, and each game offers a starting price of $7-$8 at Coors Field. They'll travel to San Francisco to take on the Giants this weekend: get-in for $8 on Sunday (4/13).
4/1/14 - The Colorado Rockies started their season off on a shaky foot, losing 1-10 to Miami on Opening Day, but they can still turn things around and finish with a series victory. The Rockies may have underestimated the improved Marlins squad and their touted rookie Jose Fernandez, but they'll be on the ball for their next three matches! Cheap Miami Marlins tickets are still available today ($24), tomorrow (get in for $19) and on the last day of the four-day campaign, Thursday for $27. The Rockies won't be home until April 4 for their first regular season game at Coors Field. They'll take on the Arizona Diamondbacks starting this Friday; the cheapest get-in price is this Sunday for the final game of the series--just $7 in the Rockpile.
3/24/14 - The Colorado Rockies have just one game left in Scottsdale at Salt River Fields! With Spring Training in its final week, grab cheap Rockies tickets for their last game before Opening Day. Colorado will host Seattle this Saturday, and you can get in for $34 for Baseline Reserve seats—perfect for those last-minute autographs! See the Rockies debut their new first baseman, Justin Morneau, since the retirement of Todd Helton on March 31 to officially kick off the regular season. Score Colorado Rockies tickets for next Monday's Opening Day game against Miami at Marlins Park for even less than an exhibition game—just $15!
3/18/14 - The Colorado Rockies welcomed Troy Tulowitzki back to the lineup, following his recovery from a calf bruise. The shortstop is still working out the offseason kinks (going 0-3, 1 error) in the victory over the Padres on Monday, and has a little less than two weeks to fine-tune his skills before Opening Day. The Rockies are pitted against the Marlins and one of the hottest young arms in the league, Jose Fernandez, for their first regular season game of the year. Colorado Rockies tickets are $93 on average for Opening Day, but you still have plenty of opportunities to see them for cheaper during Spring Training! You can see Colorado for just $15 each this Thursday against Milwaukee and this Saturday against Seattle.
3/10/14 - With three weeks left until Opening Day, things are starting to take shape for the Colorado Rockies. It has become apparent that their strength lies in the bullpen, with Brothers and Logan putting in admirable work through spring thus far. Their impressive play will come in handy as the starting rotation may struggle to stay healthy this year, with Chacin already out for the start of the season. Colorado Rockies tickets are super affordable this week, starting at $14 against Cincinnati (3/12) and $19 to get-in when they face the Mariners (3/14) and Angels (3/15).
3/3/14 - The Colorado Rockies opened their Spring Training schedule against the Arizona Dbacks on Friday with an explosive 11-0 offensive performance. The Rockies believe they have one of the best pitching rotations in the league, and indeed, Franklin Morales, Rex Brother and Adam Ottavino shut the Dbacks down to just two hits all day. Though they slowed things down in their 3-2 loss to Cincinnati on Sunday, get Colorado Rockies tickets this week and see if they can take down four California opponents. The Rockies are pitted against San Francisco ($15 to get-in) tomorrow, the Los Angeles Angels ($19 to get-in) Friday, the Oakland Athletics ($17 to get-in) Saturday, and San Diego ($14 to get-in) Monday.
2/24/14 - Once the Colorado Rockies acquired Drew Stubbs from Cleveland, the question of who would replace Dexter Fowler was answered. Despite talk of Carlos Gonzalez hitting under center, the slugger will remain in left field while Stubbs takes the job. The Rockies apparently "checked in" on free agent pitcher Ervin Santana, when their top right-handers Jhoulys Chacin when down with an inflamed throwing shoulder. Keep your fingers crossed as the pitcher undergoes an MRI this week. Colorado Rockies tickets have dropped $5 on average, to just $43 across spring training.
2/11/14 - The Colorado Rockies organization revealed their promo schedule recently, and Todd Helton, who retired at the end of last season, will be honored with a (No. 17) jersey retirement ceremony on August 17th. Tickets for this special Rockies game start at just $16, so get them early! The Rockies were busy this offseason with young Brett Anderson holding the most potential of the freshies; he will report for training in less than four days, along with other pitchers. See how this exciting team fares during the first game of Spring Training (3/2) against the Milwaukee Brewers in Arizona, just $16 to start.
1/27/14 - The Colorado Rockies have been extremely busy of late. The bullpen overhaul is supplemented by changes in the outfield and the return of big players Carlos Gonzalez and Troy Tulowitzki from injury. Help get the Rockies out of their division gutter and to the top of the NL West this year with a fresh roster! Get your Colorado Rockies tickets for a rapidly approaching Spring Training at $48 on average.
The Rockies upgraded their record by 10 wins at the end of first-year manager Walt Weiss’ season debut, though their 98 losses a year prior wasn’t exactly the most difficult record to improve upon. The Rockies said goodbye to Todd Helton (retiring after 17 years in Colorado) to be replaced by capable first baseman Justin Morneau. Dexter Fowler’s trade to the Astros left a gaping hole in the outfield, which prompted the return of Brandon Barnes and will see Carlos Gonzalez take over in center field to rev up the defense. Get ready Purple Row, Carlos Gonzalez and Troy Tulowitzki’s highly anticipated return from injury this season is sure to bolster Colorado's stellar offensive lineup!
The Rockies added depth and youth to their rotation, with right-hander Jordan Lyles from the Astros lining up behind Jhoulys Chacin, LaTroy Hawkins, Jorge de la Rosa and Tyler Chatwood to show their chops during Spring Training. After finishing in last place, the Colorado Rockies made sure to make room for major improvement by changing up their roster; you’ve got to be at Salt River Fields to see how the new team works together this spring!
Since advancing to the World Series in 2007 (ultimately losing to the Boston Red Sox), the Colorado Rockies have fallen back into the pack, though with one more visit to the postseason as a wild card entry in 2009, meaning also that the years of the Blake Street Bombers are long in the rear-view mirror. 2012 was a bit of an odd year for the Rockies: second overall in team batting average, fourth in MLB in slugging percentage, sixth as a team in on-base percentage and runs scored; but dead last in the National League's West Division, 30 games behind division champs San Francisco, and a full 12 games behind fourth place San Diego. The problem? The Rox were dead last in all of Major League Baseball in a number of pitching categories — earned-run average, batting average against, WHIP (walks plus hits divided by innings pitched), quality starts. A number of players topped the Rockies offensive charts, due to a season-ending injury to All-Star Troy Tulowitzki. Third baseman Jordan Pacheco led the squad in batting average, while catcher Wilin Rosario led in home runs, and Carlos Gonzalez led in hits and runs batted in. On the pitching side, the cupboard is bare: the team leader in wins and strikeouts was a reliever, Rex Brothers; only one pitcher, Jeff Francis, had more than 100 innings pitched (but not enough to qualify for the ERA title). If skipper Walt Weiss can't get the pitching situation worked out fast, it could be another long season at Denver's Coors Field.
Colorado Rockies tickets are the cheapest in the League averaging just $45 for the regular season. Surprisingly, it'll cost you $11 more per ticket to see the Rockies at Spring Training. Currently you can find Rockies baseball tickets for under $20 to every game except the very first at Coors Field (4/5). The only Denver Rockies tickets averaging $100 or more on the Rockies schedule are Opening Day versus the San Diego Padres (4/5), the New York Yankees series (5/7 -5/9), and the baseball game against the Boston Red Sox (9/24).