Armed with one of the best offenses in baseball, this is the time to buy single game tickets to root on the Rockies at Coors Field! There is plenty of playoff-caliber baseball coming to Colorado in the always competitive NL West as Los Angeles and San Francisco make multiple visits, and the World Series champion Chicago Cubs arrive in May.
Additionally, NL East champion Washington has a four-game series in April, and the interleague schedule brings Seattle, Detroit, the Chicago White Sox and AL pennant winners Cleveland to Coors Field. Check out the season schedule below and make sure to get your seats early for a fun 2017 with the hard-hitting Rockies!
The Rockies have one of the best third base-shortstop combinations in the majors with MVP candidate Nolan Arenado and 2016 NL Rookie of the year finalist Trevor Storey. D.J. LeMahieu and offseason signing Ian Desmond round out a potent infield that will put plenty of runs on the board and keep Colorado competitive all season.
For pitching, the Rockies will look to Chad Bettis and Tyler Chatwood to build on their 14 and 12-win seasons, respectively. Up-and-comers Jon Gray and Tyler Anderson provide depth after promising first full seasons with the Rockies, and closer Adam Ottavino will be counted on to shut the door after recovering from Tommy John surgery last July.