In a quirky of fate created by Wild Card playoff spots, the Colorado Rockies have never won an National League West Division title, but like every other team in the division, have played in the World Series. Three times, the Rockies reached the postseason as a Wild Card entry - in 1995, 2007 and 2009 - and in 2007 went all the way to the World Series before falling to the Boston Red Sox. The Rockies also made history in that 2007 season. They swept NL West rival Arizona in the NLCS and then were swept by the Red Sox in the Fall Classic, something no other NL team has ever done.
Colorado Rockies Next Regular Season Game
This is where you can locate the opponent for the Colorado Rockies in their next game, and thing is certain - no matter who comes into Coors Field, if you like to play the over on total wagering, this is the place for you.
Colorado scored an average of 5.22 runs per game in 2016. But when they were in the field, the opposition wore the Rockies out to the tune of 5.31 runs per game.
You'll find all the ins and outs of the Colorado Rockies schedule directly below, and with its bad box size and accompanying mile high thin air of Denver, there may be no park with more of a home-field advantage then the Rockies' home of Coors Field.
Trouble is, the ball flies out of the park for both teams. Colorado was just 42-39 at home in 2016, scoring 508 runs while surrendering 477.
What Are The Current Colorado Rockies Standings
With all their powerful sticks, there's a growing belief that if the Colorado Rockies could get even half decent pitching, the team could contend in the NL West.
Seven regulars hit double digits in home runs in 2016. Colorado may possess the deepest every day lineup in all of baseball.
Where Can I Bet On Colorado Rockies Online
While no one made The Rockies favorites to make the playoffs this season, we like them as an outside pick with a chance to make some noise in the NL West. If their pitching holds up, then they may well be a threat to surprise more people than some observers expect.
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Watch the Colorado Rockies Go Deep
The Rockies scored a National League-leading 845 runs in 2016 and clouted 204 homers, third in the NL. Nolan Arenado clubbed 41 home runs, while Charlie Blackmon (29), Trevor Story (27) and Carlos Gonzalez (25) each hit at least 25.
Arenado (133) and Gonzalez (100) both drove in 100 runs and Arenado (116), Blackmon (111) and D.J. Lemahieu (104) all scored more than 100 runs.