Colorado rockies 2016 tickets

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The Colorado Rockies released individual game tickets this morning, so if you're not a season ticket holder, you can now start buying seats for single games throughout the 2016 season. This is a great thing. It means baseball is getting closer to its return!

We've already broken down what the schedule looks like for the Rockies this summer, but the individual game ticket announcement got me thinking. If you can only budget a couple games into your summer, what are the five best options for heading to Coors Field?

Just like we did with the promotional item schedule, then, here are a few game options to attend this summer in Denver... and yes, I am partial to non-NL West games (since there are SO many in-division contests), and I highly value games against either interesting teams, good teams, or teams the Rockies don't see very often (just for the sheer baseball entertainment value of seeing something new).

Also: I didn't include Opening Day in this list for a few reasons, since (a) it's a pretty obvious draw, and (b) it's sometimes a tough ticket, but if you have a chance to go to the Rockies' home opener—especially if you've never been—you should jump at it.

June 27-29 vs Toronto Blue Jays

Yeah, yeah, we know, Troy Tulowitzki is no longer a member of the Rockies. Thanks for the info! Look, this series is going to be a big deal because of his return to Denver, especially having it coincidentally be so soon—not even a full calendar year—after his departure in a trade last July. Tickets will probably sell out fairly soon for this, I'd imagine, but it's certainly a must-see series.

Other attractive things about this Toronto series: the Blue Jays are good, so it's always fun to see a good team come to Denver. They're also an AL East team—something we very rarely see—so I think it's sort of fun to see different players and a totally different division than the same ol' NL West offerings time and again.

Promotions: Purple Monday player lapel pin (first 5,000 fans; June 27), Xcel LED bulb (no, seriously, I'm not sure either; June 28), $1 hot dog (first 10,000 fans; June 29)

June 14-15 vs New York Yankees

I know, the Yankees aren't the team they were just a couple years ago, but they're probably going to be a pretty solid club even without being the beneficiaries of continued and absurd East Coast bias a few all-time legends and greats. Just like the Blue Jays, this ball club rarely comes to town, so it's certainly worth seeing them for the two days that they are here, if at all possible.

Promotions: Baseball cap (first 20,000 fans; June 15)

July 7-10 vs Philadelphia Phillies

This is fireworks weekend for the Rockies (the team is out of town over the 4th of July, so you'll have to wait a few days to get fireworks until they return to Coors Field). Fireworks weekend is always a fun time, and if you can snag a ticket to one of the postgame fireworks nights—July 8 and July 9—obviously, I'd highly recommend that.

Also, not for nothing, the Rockies are going to be very bad in 2016; the Phillies are one of maybe just two or three teams that might be a little worse. If you wanted to see some Rockies wins, this looks like a promising four-game series for the Rockies to take, I don't know, three victories? We'll see.

Promotions: Post-game fireworks (July 8), post-game fireworks (July 9), Military Appreciation Day (July 10)

May 13-15 vs New York Mets

For the opposite reason as the Phillies' series—Phils are bad, Mets are good—this might be a great series for people interested in good baseball and solid pitching from, ya know, the visiting team.

New York's rotation is insane: young, strong, already elite, and with a postseason pedigree. It depends who ends up throwing for the Mets in this three-game series, but this is a week baseball fans should circle on their calendars, if only to see some really, really good young power pitchers at Coors Field, and dream of our own that may or may not be coming.

Promotions: Fan Friday tote bag (first 20,000 fans; May 13), Plastic ball & bat set (first 10,000 fans, May 15)

Sept 30-Oct 2 vs Milwaukee Brewers

This is the final series of the year, and I specifically recommend the Sunday, October 2 game against Milwaukee to round out the season with Fan Appreciation Day. There's something to be said about the final games of the season, as you inevitably get nostalgic about baseball and yell come back! Come back! to the sport before it departs for the winter and we're left with Sunday football games and whatever else it is people do during the winter. (Shovel snow?)

There's also a fireworks game this weekend! And, just like the Rockies (and those Phillies), the Brewers are not very good, so maybe the Rockies will acquit themselves well in their final series of the year and leave a good taste in your mouth just as they did to finish the 2015 season.

Promotions: Fan appreciation fireworks game (September 30), Fan appreciation Fan Vote t-shirt (October 2)

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Honorable mention!

August 19-21 vs Chicago Cubs

You can say this about several teams' fans in Coors Field—the Dodgers, Giants, Yankees, Mets, Cardinals, Pirates, even Reds, I've noticed—but nobody travels quite like the Chicago Cubs, and boy, are there a lot of Cubs fans in Denver. Go to some of these games, wear purple, cheer for the home team. Nothing is more obnoxious than frontrunnin' fake Cubs fans. Yeah, I said it. Fight me, Chicago.

Promotions: Fan Friday player lapel pin (first 10,000 fans; August 19)

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Assuming you don't have season tickets, what series/single game are you most looking forward to buying single-game seats for in 2016? (Or alternatively, if you do have season tix, what game have you already circled on your calendar as a must-attend, anyways?)

Sours: https://www.purplerow.com/2016/1/20/10796114/colorado-rockies-2016-schedule-single-game-tickets-five-best-games-coors-field

Colorado Rockies announce tickets on sale for 2016 Rockies Fest

Tickets are now available for 2016 Rockies Fest, which will take place at Coors Field on Saturday, January 23 from 12:30-4:00 p.m. MST for the general public with special access being granted to Rockies Season Ticket holders beginning at 8:30 a.m. MST.

January 14th, 2016

Tickets are now available for 2016 Rockies Fest, which will take place at Coors Field on Saturday, January 23 from 12:30-4:00 p.m. MST for the general public with special access being granted to Rockies Season Ticket holders beginning at 8:30 a.m. MST.

 

The annual event will feature appearances by over 40 Rockies players, coaches and alumni. All ticket proceeds will benefit The Colorado Rockies Foundation, which makes charitable grants to several organizations in the Denver area that support underprivileged and at-risk youth through programs for youth baseball, education and health.

 

Tickets are $20.00 for adults, $1.00 for children ages 3-12 and free for infants and toddlers under two years of age. Tickets may be purchased by visiting www.rockies.com/rockiesfest. Season Ticket Holders may reserve admission tickets for free at the same web address.

 

Rockies Fest is the premier offseason event hosted at Coors Field, and offers fans unique opportunities to interact with the Rockies players, staff and organization in unique and memorable ways. Expected attendees include 2015 NL All-Star, Silver Slugger and Gold Glove winner Nolan Arenado, 2015 Silver Slugger winner Carlos Gonzalez, 2015 NL All-Star DJ LeMahieu, as well as Cristhian Adames, Tyler Anderson, Christian Bergman, Eddie Butler, Brandon Barnes, Chad Bettis, Charlie Blackmon, Miguel Castro, Tyler Chatwood, Jorge De La Rosa, Daniel Descalso, Jairo Diaz, Corey Dickerson, Carlos Estevez, Christian Friedrich, Dustin Garneau, Jon Gray, David Hale, Nick Hundley, Boone Logan, Jordan Lyles, Tyler Matzek, Justin Miller, Jason Motte, Tom Murphy, Scott Oberg, Adam Ottavino, Kyle Parker, Ben Paulsen, Chad Qualls, Trevor Story, Raimel Tapia and Rafael Ynoa. Also in attendance will be Rockies Manager Walt Weiss, as well as coaches and staff members Vinny Castilla, Stu Cole, Blake Doyle, Steve Foster, Darren Holmes, Rene Lachemann, Mark Wiley and Eric Young. Additionally, radio broadcasters Jack Corrigan and Jerry Schemmel as well as ROOT SPORTS talents Jeff Huson, Ryan Spilborghs and Cory Sullivan will be in attendance.

 

Fans will have opportunities to participate in Q&A sessions with Rockies players and coaches, take part in self-guided tours of the Rockies clubhouse and other exclusive areas, participate in hitting and pitching clinics in the Rockies batting cages and engage in contests and games including the always popular Rockies Family Feud. There will also be dedicated areas and activities for children of all ages.

 

Rockies players and coaches as well as alumni will have scheduled autograph sessions throughout the day. All autograph sessions are free of charge, and will require tickets that may be reserved in advance online upon purchasing Rockies Fest admission.

 

Also returning for 2016 will be the Rock Social Studio, where Rockies players will engage on social media sites to answer questions from fans, and connect live to fans via Skype and FaceTime.

 

The Rockies Merchandise and Garage Sale will return for this year's Rockies Fest, where fans can purchase authentic Rockies game-used items as well as retired ballpark fixtures and other rare pieces. Additionally, fans will be able to visit a pop-up museum featuring artifacts representing 23 seasons of Rockies baseball.

  

Parking for Rockies Fest will be available in Lot A (entrance at 22nd/Park Avenue at Wazee) for $5.00 per vehicle. All fans will be able to enter Coors Field through Gate A, Gate C or Gate D. For more information, visit www.rockies.com/rockiesfest or download the MLB.com Ballpark App at www.rockies.com/ballparkapp. Fans may also sign up to receive Rockies Fest text alerts by texting "RockiesFest" to 97475.

Sours: https://www.mlb.com/press-release/colorado-rockies-announce-tickets-on-sale-for-2016-rockies-fest-161943264
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After years (OK, fine, just a couple months) of waiting for the sun to rise, the birds to chirp, the snow to melt, and life to once again begin optimistically, baseball season — spring training, at least — is (nearly) finally upon us. Tickets to the Colorado Rockies' spring training games at Salt River Fields are now available for you to purchase.

This spring, the Rockies will host 16 games in Scottsdale against the rest of the Cactus League, opening at home on March 2 against the Arizona Diamondbacks and closing the spring slate on April 2 against the Seattle Mariners.

Here's the full home schedule:

DATETIME (MST)OPPONENT
Wednesday, March 21:10 pmArizona Diamondbacks
Saturday, March 51:10 pmSan Diego Padres
Monday, March 71:10 pmChicago Cubs
Thursday, March 101:10 pmCincinnati Reds
Friday, March 111:10 pmCleveland Indians
Sunday, March 131:10 pmLos Angeles Dodgers
Tuesday, March 151:10 pmOakland Athletics
Thursday, March 171:10 pmLos Angeles Angels
Sunday, March 201:10 pmSan Francisco Giants
Tuesday, March 221:10 pmMilwaukee Brewers
Thursday, March 241:10 pmSeattle Mariners
Saturday, March 261:10 pmTexas Rangers
Monday, March 281:10 pmChicago White Sox
Wednesday, March 301:10 pmMilwaukee Brewers (split squad)
Thursday, March 3112:10 pmArizona Diamondbacks
Saturday, April 212:10 pmSeattle Mariners

Of course, one of the best things about spring training — especially in the Cactus League — is that it's nothing to drive around Phoenix and see games when the Rockies go on the road to other organization's complexes, too. Here's the Rockies' full spring training schedule, road games included. (Remember, "road games" against the Diamondbacks are really home games, since both teams share the same facility.)

If you've never been to spring training, or to Salt River Fields before, I highly recommend you get out there. If it makes a difference, I'll be there the weekend of March 11-13, and most likely make several other mid-week appearances. (You know, just in case you wanted to know which games to avoid.)

Now, we're just 53 days away from the first spring game!

Sours: https://www.purplerow.com/2016/1/9/10718464/colorado-rockies-2016-spring-training-tickets-on-sale-salt-river-fields

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