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Finishing in 3rd place in the NL West in 2016, the Colorado Rockies look to take the step forward and make it into the playoffs. Although they are in a very tough division, players like Carlos Gonzalez and Noland Arenado should help the Rockies fight for a playoff position. Don't miss out and find the cheapest Colorado Rockies tickets on Rukkus!

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Using Rukkus’ user friendly and interactive maps feature, you can easily see where in Coors Field your purchased seats are. Whether you are sitting behind home plate, next to third base, or in the outfield bleachers, Rukkus’ dynamic map of Coors Field allows you to see exactly where your seats will be and the view that you should expect when you arrive at the game.

What makes Coors Field special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Coors Field is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. Coors Field is home to one of the most distinct features across MLB parks, the one mile high elevation point signified by the 20th row of the upper deck, which is shown by the purple seats rather than the dark green implemented throughout the rest of the stadium.

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2016 Rockies Outlook

This 2016 season the Colorado Rockies are looking to make some noise in the tough NL West division as they finished last in the division in 2015. The Rockies have struggled of late but feature quality talent that includes Carlos Gonzalez and Nolan Arenado. This 2016 season could be a solid starting point for the Rockies and their young players heading forward into the future.

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A Colorado Rockies game is an experience like no other. The athleticism and skill on display at Coors Field captivates the crowd all game long. Powerful hitting at the plate and dominating pitching on the mound are staples of Rockies baseball. Come join the thousands of baseball fans at Coors Field and be a part of the action!



The young, up-and-coming ball players on the Rockies have been delighting fans throughout Colorado for years. Fans are treated to a barrage of homeruns in the “mile high” altitude, as the Rockies hitters show off their power at the plate. The pitching staff is full of developing talent as they look to shut down the opposition. Join “The Rox” as they continue to build upon their recent success and chase down the NL West pennant. Buy your tickets today!

The beauty of Coors Field is another highlight of attending a Rockies game. Located just outside of Denver’s Lower Downtown (“LoDo”), the stadium is easily accessible. Game days are full of interesting activities, including pregame tail gaiting and festive downtown restaurants. Fans donning the purple and black colors of their Rockies can be found all throughout the city of Denver. Don’t miss your chance to participate in the excitement. Grab your Rockies tickets now!

Incredible memories are waiting to be made at a Colorado Rockies game at Coors Field. From the terrific baseball to the gorgeous stadium facility, you will never be disappointed watching a live Rockies baseball game. You have to head down to “Coors Canaveral” to see for yourself. Pick up your Colorado Rockies tickets right away!

A Brief History of the Rockies Franchise

The history of expansion franchises prior to the arrival of the Colorado Rockies was several years of futility and growing pains before ultimate success. Denver’s baseball team accelerated that process. It took just three seasons for the Rockies to experience the postseason.

The premiere season of 1993 was, expectedly, one filled mostly with losses – 95, to be specific. But new manager Don Baylor had a solid foundation in place. First baseman Andres Galarraga was continuing to provide the same power he displayed in Montreal – and would improve on those slugging numbers in the thin air of Colorado.

Mile High Stadium also generous to third baseman Charlie Hayes and outfielder Dante Bichette. Combined with Galarraga, the trio collectively hit 68 home runs in ’93.

More homers, and many more wins, were to come for 1995 – the first year of Coors Field. The “Blake Street Bombers,” comprised of Galarraga, Bichette, Vinny Castilla and Larry Walker, each finished with at least 30 home runs and all but Castilla tallied more than 100 RBIs. The offense was the overwhelming strength of this club, one that didn’t have a starter post an ERA better than 4.21. Despite the pitching woes, the Rockies were 10 games above .500 and earned a Wild Card spot in the National League.

That set up a date with the Atlanta Braves in the Division Series -- and the opener on their home field. Colorado kept up with Atlanta and Greg Maddux all night, but was done in on a ninth inning homer by Chipper Jones. The ninth was even more painful the next night, as a one-run lead went up in smoke. The Braves scored four in the frame to go up two-games-to-none. Colorado salvaged Game 3 in extras, but couldn’t win another against the eventual World Champions.

What took place in ’95 wasn’t exactly a sign of things to come. The powerful lineup remained mostly intact for 1996. Actually, it was more potent. Galarraga slugged 47 homers, Castilla added 40, and newcomer Ellis Burks had 40 of his own. But the advantages the Rockies had in the elevated state of Denver were also the reason why they couldn’t get back into playoff contention. Colorado pitchers saw their ERAs balloon to unsettling highs and were unable to keep opposing offenses in check at Coors Field.

From 1998 through 2006, the Rockies couldn’t do better than fourth in the NL West standings. Their biggest draw and best player was first baseman Todd Helton. From 2000 to 2004, he made five straight All-Star Games, averaged 37 home runs, and regularly batted over .300 (including a .372 mark in 2000). Thin air or not, Helton made hitting look simple, even though wins were hard to come by for the franchise.

The 2007 season appeared to be going in the same direction as those that preceded it. Manager Clint Hurdles’ club was 62-63 on Aug. 23. Gradual improvement got it to 76-72 by mid-September, but it appeared there wasn’t enough time to get into the playoff hunt – especially since the Rockies were 4.5 games behind the San Diego Padres for the NL Wild Card and 6.5 games back of the division-leading Arizona Diamondbacks.

But no one, not even the Rockies themselves, knew what was to come. It was a streak unlike any in MLB history – considering the circumstances. Colorado would win 13 of its next 14 to end up tied with San Diego in the Wild Card race. That set up a one-game playoff at Coors, which was also memorable. The two clubs were tied at six after nine innings, but the Padres scored two in the top of the 13th. Comebacks were nothing new to these Rockies. They amazingly stormed back for three runs – the game-winner coming on a sacrifice fly which scored Matt Holliday.

A remarkable surge of momentum wouldn’t let up for most of the postseason. Neither the Philadelphia Phillies, nor the Diamondbacks were any match for this magical Mile High bunch. Both were swept away, leaving the Rockies as the National League champions for the first time.

The magic, however, ended abruptly in the World Series against the Boston Red Sox. Having won the title three years prior, Boston’s experience paid off. The Rockies were beaten in four straight, but it didn’t diminish a sensational five weeks that will last forever in Rockies history.

Colorado returned to postseason play in 2009. Todd Helton, now the elder statesman, wasn’t quite as powerful, but could still hit consistently (a .329 average). The emerging star of the team was Troy Tulowitski. In addition to his solid fielding at shortstop, Tulowitski posted 32 home runs, drove in 92, and was fifth in the NL MVP voting.

The Dodgers claimed the division, with the Rockies (achieving a franchise-best 92 victories) three games behind – enough to once again be the league’s Wild Card. The magic from 2007 that Colorado fans were hoping could rub off into 2009 didn’t re-emerge, as the Philadelphia Phillies won the Division Series in four games.

It’s only spiraled downward since. A third-place showing in 2010 was followed by two fourth-place finishes and a pair of seasons in the cellar. Tulowitski and Carlos Gonzalez have been both with the subject of trade rumors in recent months – stretching back to the 2014 Trade Deadline.

There doesn’t appear to be much promise in the future for this team. But those same grumblings were probably uttered in 2007. And the ’07 edition of the Colorado Rockies certainly proved that anything is possible.

Colorado Rockies Lineup

  • Brett Anderson DL60
  • Jayson Aquino
  • Matt Belisle
  • Christian Bergman
  • Chad Bettis
  • Rex Brothers
  • Brooks Brown
  • Eddie Butler
  • Jhoulys Chacin DL60
  • Tyler Chatwood DL60
  • Jorge De La Rosa
  • Yohan Flande
  • Christian Friedrich
  • LaTroy Hawkins
  • Tommy Kahnle
  • Boone Logan DL60
  • Wilton Lopez
  • Jordan Lyles
  • Chris Martin
  • Nick Masset
  • Tyler Matzek
  • Franklin Morales
  • Juan Nicasio
  • Adam Ottavino
  • Chris Rusin
  • Kraig Sitton
  • Michael McKenry
  • Wilin Rosario
  • Jackson Williams DL60
  • Cristhian Adames
  • Nolan Arenado
  • Charlie Culberson
  • Rosell Herrera
  • DJ LeMahieu
  • Matt McBride
  • Justin Morneau
  • Kyle Parker
  • Ben Paulsen
  • Josh Rutledge
  • Troy Tulowitzki DL60
  • Rafael Ynoa
  • Brandon Barnes
  • Charlie Blackmon
  • Michael Cuddyer
  • Corey Dickerson
  • Carlos Gonzalez DL60
  • Drew Stubbs

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Cheap Colorado Rockies Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Colorado Rockies at St. Louis Cardinals — 05/17/2016
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$1.00 Colorado Rockies at St. Louis Cardinals — 05/18/2016
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$2.00 Colorado Rockies at Arizona Diamondbacks — 09/14/2016
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
$2.00 Colorado Rockies at New York Mets — 07/30/2016
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$2.00 Los Angeles Dodgers at Colorado Rockies — 08/31/2016
Coors Field; Denver, CO
$2.00 Colorado Rockies at Arizona Diamondbacks — 09/12/2016
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
$2.00 Pittsburgh Pirates at Colorado Rockies — 04/26/2016
Coors Field; Denver, CO
$2.00 Los Angeles Dodgers at Colorado Rockies — 08/31/2016
Coors Field; Denver, CO
$2.00 Colorado Rockies at Milwaukee Brewers — 04/08/2015
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI
$2.00 San Francisco Giants at Colorado Rockies — 09/06/2016
Coors Field; Denver, CO

Best and Most Expensive Colorado Rockies Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$372.00San Diego Padres at Colorado Rockies — 04/08/2016
Coors Field; Denver, CO
$197.00Shen Yun Performing Arts — 01/16/2016
David H Koch Theater; New York, NY
$93.00Colorado Rockies at Arizona Diamondbacks — 05/01/2016
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
$93.00Chicago Cubs at Colorado Rockies — 04/10/2015
Coors Field; Denver, CO
$84.00Colorado Rockies at San Francisco Giants — 04/13/2015
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$80.00Colorado Rockies at Arizona Diamondbacks — 04/30/2016
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
$79.00Colorado Rockies at Arizona Diamondbacks — 04/04/2016
Chase Field; Phoenix, AZ
$77.00Colorado Rockies at Atlanta Braves — 07/15/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$73.00Colorado Rockies at Cincinnati Reds — 04/18/2016
Great American Ball Park; Cincinnati, OH
$73.00Spring Training: Arizona Diamondbacks at Colorado Rockies — 03/31/2016
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick; Scottsdale, AZ
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