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Colorado Rockies Postseason History
Playing baseball at a mile high can lead to some increased offense, and the Rockies have proven that time and time again by exhibiting some explosive bats in the postseason. With some memorable playoff action under their belts, the Rockies have done extremely well for themselves as a team from the 1990s expansion era.
The best run for the Rockies was the 2007 season, with that postseason being dubbed ‘Rocktober’ by the Rockies. And what a Rocktober it was, with Colorado making it to their first World Series in franchise history. And it wasn’t just the fact that the Rockies got to the World Series that was impressive, it was the fact that they did it in such style.
Colorado didn’t lose a game in the National League Division Series or the National League Championship Series, going 7-0 combined in those two playoff rounds. The team first swept the Philadelphia Phillies, before they swept their division rivals in the Arizona Diamondbacks in the NLCS. The Rockies pulled it off by mixing young talent with great veteran players, with the result being a Rocktober to remember.
The big veteran presence for the Rockies was first baseman Todd Helton. Helton was one of the greatest hitters of his era, and not just because of the thin air of the Rocky Mountains. Helton hit .320 in that season, and put up a .333 average during the World Series against the Boston Red Sox. Helton was joined by young stars like Troy Tulowitzki and Matt Holliday, who went on to be big stars throughout their careers.
On the mound, Ubaldo Jimenez was the ace for the Rocktober Rockies. He had a sub-2.00 earned run average through the first two series of the playoffs, and gave an already explosive offense an even bigger edge over their competition.
In terms of the biggest rivals for the Rockies in their postseason history, the Arizona Diamondbacks would have to top the list. The two teams squared off in the 2007 NLCS, which felt like an even bigger deal than most playoff games due to the regular season rivalry that the Rockies and Diamondbacks share every year.
When Do Rockies Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Tickets for Colorado Rockies playoff games tend to go on sale at the point of the season where the team clinches a playoff berth, or at least somewhere in that neighborhood. For most teams in Major League Baseball, clinching a playoff spot happens in September. But in years where the team is performing especially well, it could happen earlier leading to tickets going on sale earlier.
How Much Do Rockies Playoff Tickets Cost?
Rockies playoff tickets vary in price based on several factors, including where in Coors Field a fan wants to sit and what portion of the playoffs the Rockies are involved in. If the team is in the World Series, you can expect tickets to be more expensive than they would be in the Wild Card round in many cases.
On average, MLB playoff tickets resell for $170.