Colorado Rockies officially release 60-game schedule

Jul 6, 2020, 5:30 PM | Updated: 5:32 pm

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2020 Colorado Rockies Schedule

DENVER – In collaboration with Major League Baseball, the Colorado Rockies announced today the 2020 60-game schedule.2020 60-GAME ROCKIES SCHEDULE – print

After two exhibition games in Arlington against the Texas Rangers on July 21 and 22, the Rockies will open the 2020 regular season on July 24 at Texas, the first regular season game at the Rangers’ new Globe Life Field.

After three games at Texas and two at Oakland, the Rockies will return home for the Home Opener at Coors Field on July 31 vs. the San Diego Padres.

In the abbreviated season, the Rockies will play 40 games against divisional opponents and 20 games against the American League West Division.

The Rockies will host Arizona three times, Los Angeles-NL four times, San Diego seven times and San Francisco six times.

AT&T SportsNet will air all 60 Rockies regular season games, while the August 31 game against the San Diego Padres will also be carried by ESPN.

The Rockies’ hope is to allow a limited number of fans to attend 2020 home games at Coors Field, and to that end, have been working with city and state health officials, as well as Major League Baseball, to finalize a plan that adheres to strict health protocols and ensures fan safety.


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