Coors Field is a baseball park located in downtown Denver, Colorado. It is the home field of the Colorado Rockies, the city’s Major League Baseball franchise. Opened in 1995, the park is located in Denver’s Lower Downtown neighborhood, two blocks from Union Station. When Coors Field was being built, it was the first baseball-only ballpark built for a National League team since Dodger Stadium was completed in 1962.
A cat storms the outfield and greets Cody Bellinger before getting chased out of the ballpark by the staff at Coors Field
4 It was also the National League’s first new ballpark since Montreal’s Stade Olympique opened in 1977 upon the completion of the 1976 Olympics there. In its first decade, the above-average number of home runs earned Coors Field a reputation as the most hitter-friendly park in Major League Baseball, earning the critical nicknames “Coors Canaveral” (a reference to Cape Canaveral, from where NASA launches spacecraft) and “Williamsport” (referring to the site of the .
Coors Field Dining Guide
- Coors Field Featured Food.
- Helton Burger (Section 153)
- Infield Greens Salad (Section 120)
- Gluten Friendly (Section 143)
- Famous Dave’s (Section 152)
- Biker Jims (Section 107 & Section 331)
- Burrito Stand (Section 134)
- Smash Burger (Section 303-Rooftop)
According to reports from sources including ESPN’s Buster Olney and Altitude’s Vic Lombardi, the 2021 All-Star Game has a new home. In a huge boon to the city of Denver, Coors Field will play host to July 13th’s Midsummer Classic. Things have been moving very fast after Commissioner Rob Manfred announced on April 2nd that Major League Baseball was moving the 2021 MLB All-Star Game and 2021 Amateur Draft out of Truist Park in Atlanta, Georgia due to recently passed voting legislation.
With the announcement made, cities and teams began vying for the All-Star Game to land at their stadium. Chicago, New York, Milwaukee, and Colorado were among the potential hosts. Denver, having last hosted the event in 1998, emerged as a strong early candidate, with The Athletic’s Nick Groke reporting on the same day that “top industry officials” were expecting Coors Field to be the relocation destination. Colorado Governor Jared Polis also promised to be “burning up the phones” to bring the game to the Mile High City.
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