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Below is the 2015 Colorado Rockies schedule for Coors Field. To buy tickets select the date of the Baseball game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Rockies tickets by phone.

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Colorado Rockies Team Info

Rockies games are held in such a beautiful place; you would think baseball would be relegated to nothing more than an afterthought. In addition to the Rockies, the good folks who live along the front range can visit Pikes peak, Cripple creek or the Coors brewery. But they've been loyal fans in great numbers ever since the Rockies first game under Don Baylor back in 1993. Remarkably, they achieved a post-season berth in 1995 on the strength of an imposing offense led by Larry Walker, Andres Gallaraga and Dante Bichette.

Playing in Mile High Stadium, the Rockies drew an incredible 4.5 million fans. The Rockies haven’t approached those numbers since they moved, although three million paying customers was the norm for quite a while. In recent years, the Rockies erratic play has thinned out the crowds. GM Dan O’Dowd and Manager Clint Hurdle are going to be putting their faith and hope of continued employment in an array of young talent.

Rockies player, Jeff Francis who finished 14-12 in 2005, with an ERA of 5.68, anchors the starting staff. Young Mr. Francis will be a force if he cuts a run and a half off that figure. Aaron Cook is another young arm from whom great things are expected, while Byung-Hyun Kim and Jason Jennings must contribute. To strengthen the Rockies bullpen, O’Dowd brought in Jose Mesa to go along with closer Brian Fuentes’ 31 saves. They’ll receive support from an offense led once again by Todd Helton supported by Matt Holliday and Brad Hawpe.

The NL West is there for the taking. Rockies fans have always been there so home field advantage will not be a problem. If O’Dowd and Hurdle have figured correctly, the playoffs may return to the front range for the Rockies.