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Colorado Rockies tickets are available for sale. 

If you're looking for vehicle parking lot (West Lot) near Coors Field, choose event date, click on "View Tickets" and check the checkbox for "Parking" field, that's where you will see e-tickets for Parking Pass.  Note: They have Club level, Infield Box level and Upper Deck section seats available.

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The Colorado Rockies franchise officially joined Major League Baseball (MLB) as one of two expansion teams in 1993. And they attracted more than 4.5 million baseball fans at their home field called Coors Field on that season. This MLB stadium is located on about 3 blocks away from 16th Street mall. It really takes 5 minutes drive to arrive there from the Pepsi Center.

After two seasons later, they were able to turn around and had a better won-loss record, and made history by earning wild team card to play NL Division Series baseball games (NLDS) for first time in 1995.

The Coors field is known as home-run friendly Park, you'll lot of balls flying over the outfield wall most of time!

Colorado Rockies had a great run in 2007 MLB season, they were able to beat both Arizona Diamondbacks in NLDS and Philadelphia Phillies in NLCS to win their first NL Championship pennant, earned trip to the 2007 World Series, and unfortunately they lost to Boston Red Sox. 

If you are interested in Colorado Rockies home opener tickets, find out about Rockies Opening Day tickets

If they are able to clinch playoffs, shop for NLDS tickets or NLCS tickets. If they win the NL pennant, shop for MLB World Series tickets.

Check out MLB matchup schedule and shop online for Rockies baseball tickets.
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