Colorado Rockies Tickets And Seating

Fitness-Equipment In May when Jim Tracy came on board and took over the Rockies, there were specific troubles that set about to straight out right away. There’s no question that Tracy put in the work to help the Rockies take their game to another level. The baseball Writers’ Association of America certainly thought so and awarded Tracy with the National League Manager of the Year Award. The accolades for a job well done didn’t stop there though as Tracy finalized a three-year contract with the club which will run through the year 2012. If more news regarding the Rockies is the order of the day, shortly after the release of the news of Tracy’s contract, it was announced that the 2009 coaching staff, in its entirety, would be returning for next season. It came as a great finish to a really good season with Tracy at the head of this club. For the National League Manager of the Year Award, Tracy’s .petitors included Tony La Russa (STL), Joe Torre (LAD), Bruce Bochy (SF), Bobby Cox (ATL), Charlie Manuel (PHI), Fredi Gonzalez (FLA) and Bud Black (SD). In 1995, Don Baylor was the first Rockies manger to win the award. Tracy also receive the top manager award from the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and The Sporting News. Thanks to Tracy’s winning strategies, the Rockies set a club record in 2009 for wins in a season, 92-70. Noteworthy improvements in individual players includes Carlos Gonzalez, who went 10 for 17 and had a postseason home run, Ubaldo Jimenez who went 15 for 12 with 198 strikeouts and closed with a 3.47 ERA, Jason Hammel who closed with a 4.33 ERA and Jorge De La Rosa with a 4.38 ERA and 16-9 season finish. With so much momentum in the 2009 season, there’s plenty of promise over the horizon for 2010 for the Rockies. The Colorado Rockies play all of their home games at Coors Field. Located on the corner of Blake Street and 20th Street, Coors Field is conveniently situated in the lower downtown/ball park neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. There are many unique seating choices within Coors Field that are designed to suit virtually any budget and viewing preference. Even the tightest budget can take in the game from the Rockpile, which is bordered by the Platte River Rendezvous Picnic Area and the Coors Outfield Picnic Area and provides excellent sites of the game from an excellent vantage point. From the Infield Box behind the Rockies dugout to the Outfield Box and preferences like Section 342 where there’s no alcohol allowed, there’s somewhere for everyone in Coors Field. Special seating for fans that have disabilities is available throughout Coors Field. So whether you enjoy being in the range to catch a fly ball or near the batting zone, the only way you won’t get the perfect seat in Coors Field is if you stay at home! Some fans insist that an ideal location is near the Mountain Ranch Club near Rounders at the Sandlot. Many prefer reserved seating options like the lower reserved outfield which gives excellent views of the park and downtown Denver beyond the field. Tours can be arranged for a behind the scenes look at this premier ball park. Recognized as one of the industry’s leaders in game attendance since 1995, when you go to Coors Field, prepare to be delighted, entertained and amazed. Coors Field en.passes 76 acres and for those who choose first base and right field for their seating, you can also enjoy a breathtaking view of the Rocky Mountains. Nowhere else in the world is there another ball park that can .pare to Coors Field. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: