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Franchise Record: (through 2013) 1,579-1,765

Post Season Record: 9-10

World Series Titles: 0

National League Pennants: 1 (2007)

Playoffs: 3 (1995, 2007, 2009)

Ballparks: Mile High Stadium (April 9, 1993-August 11, 1994) (76,123), Coors Field ([[April 26[[, 1995-) (50,381)

Franchise Players: Matt Holliday, Todd Helton, Larry Walker, Andres Galarraga

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[edit] Team History

The Colorado Rockies began play in 1993 as part of the expansion of 1993. The Rockies sold out every game playing in Mile High Stadium in 1993 and 1994 and sold out the initial season at Coors Field (1995) but attendance dwindled over the next seasons due to a losing team.

[edit] Rockies Managers

Don Baylor 1993-1998

Jim Leyland 1999

Buddy Bell 2000-2002

Clint Hurdle 2002-2009

Jim Tracy 2009-2012

Walt Weiss 2013-

[edit] Source

  • Peter Filichia: Green Cathedrals: The Ultimate Celebrations of All 273 Major League and Negro League Ballparks Past and Present, Addison Wesley Publishing Company (March 1993)

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