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“Rockies Baseball”
Review of Coors Field

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Owner description: A modern stadium with an old-fashioned feel, this is one of the National League's first new parks built exclusively for baseball since 1962.
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“Rockies Baseball”
Reviewed May 7, 2013

Nice ball park- good sight lines. The upper deck has a row of purple seats that marks the one mile elevation.

Visited May 2013
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Littleton, Colorado, United States
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“Coors Field/LODO”
Reviewed May 6, 2013

Although the ticket prices have gotten higher, there is not a bad seat in the entire place. Always a great time at Coors Field, even just walking around LODO during the game.

Visited April 2013
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Lakewood, Colorado, United States
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“Rockies Baseball”
Reviewed May 5, 2013

Always a fun time, dollar hot dog night is great! Attended 2 games where the first pitch temperature was 30 degrees or less. Looking forward to warmer baseball weather.

Visited April 2013
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Macon, Georgia
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“Shoot for the cheap seats”
Reviewed May 4, 2013

Buy the cheap tickets and you can always move down. Steve in section 206 is always willing to have more join his section. I bought tickets in 301 for 10 bucks and sat down in section 206.

Visited May 2013
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Hingham, Massachusetts
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“Great Place for a ballgame - even in the Snow”
Reviewed May 3, 2013

Visited Denver to catch some early season baseball with friends and was introduced to my first snowout, and the next day to my first sub-freezing game-time starting temperature. As a result, had functionally the run of the stadium, sitting 15 rows (as close as the staff would allow those moving down from other seats) behind the dugout.

Over three games, sat in the stands (during the day), the Mountain Ranch Club (night game) and in left field (day game). There are plenty of great concessions, beer, and bathrooms - wide open spaces to walk around the ballpark - and a friendly atmosphere.

The Mountain Ranch Club was not only a relief from the cold, but had great service and served good food (though somewhat pricey, as you would expect at a ballpark) as well as having a great view of the game. In fact, despite the score (the Mets, my team, lost) the friendly staff and good food (and beer) took alot of the chill off. Even better - you don't need high priced seats to get in, but on a busy day, you will likely need a reservation.

The Sandlot, featuring BBQ and Blue Moon beer is on the Field level - another don't miss. Enjoyed the 20th anniversary ale, and again, found the staff very friendly and the service very good. A far cry from many other ballparks I've visited. There's a Famous Dave's BBQ in leftfield, which even serves chocolate covered bacon, and plenty of regular concession stands and beer vendors. You won't go hungry or thirsty.

Didn't make it to the upper deck, but it has a line of purple seats representing the actual mile high elevation - surviving three games in the cold and snow was enough of a memory.

All in all, a great ballpark, not to be missed.

Visited April 2013
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