The Colorado Rockies finished third in the National League West in the 2017 MLB Season (an improvement from the prior year). The Rockies finished the year with 87 wins however lost to the Arizona Diamondbacks in the National League Wild Card game of the MLB Playoffs. Look for the Rockies to rebound in the 2018 MLB season and make a run for a divisional championship.
In 1993, the Colorado Rockies franchise entered the MLB as part of their National League expansion. Their home field is Coors Field in downtown Denver, the Mile High City. Despite their lack of a World Series ring, the Rockies fan base is a dedicated and loyal baseball crowd. Baseball fans from the area support their Rockies each night by selling thousands of tickets every year.
The team has had little post season success since 1993 only winning one National League Pennant in 2007 and made the MLB Wild Card rounds in 1995, 2007, and 2009. The National League West division features tough competition each night against teams like the Los Angeles, Dodgers, San Francisco Giants, San Diego Padres, and Arizona Diamondbacks.
Although the Rockies have not won a World Series in franchise history yet, they made the 2007 MLB World Series only to lose to the Boston Red Sox. Tickets to the World Series Coors Field games were some of the most sought after baseball tickets of all time.