Seat view from section 203 at Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies


#1 Austin Vanhoose 2013-05-28 06:27
If you want seats that will allow you to see into the Rockies bullpen, then look no further. It was pretty cool to be able to look down and watch the players warm up during the game, even cooler to hear the little bullpen telephone ring when one of the starter's loads the bases up. The rows were numbered 1 thru 12 so 203 is a rather small seating area which will appeal to some fans.
The occasional home run ball will be hit into these seats from what I've seen on tv but at the game we were at, no balls left the yard. I think they are still using the humidor to store the baseballs in to make them drier so that Coors Field becomes more of a pitcher's ballpark. I think that interferes with the game a little bit but I don't make the rules.

Whoever designed Coors Field did their homework. It's asthetically pleasing, and I didn't think I would ever have used that word to describe a ballpark since they're all so different. From the gates to the ramps and escalators and passageways are very wide and roomy. And even if you're up in the nosebleed seats, it'll only take you a few minutes to get to your seat from the gates. (Enter thru Gate A if you know you will be sitting in this section).

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