How Would You Make The Colorado Rockies’ Fan Experience Better?


Jun 8, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Colorado Rockies mascot Dinger after the game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Coors Field. The Rockies won 11-3. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

The Colorado Rockies’ fan experience is more or less pretty solid at Coors Field — but removing one of three things (or all three) could make it better.

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We’ve got a very active, interactive, and generally fun Twitter following that often likes to commiserate with us as we watch the Colorado Rockies lose again… and again… and again.

So we often times spend quite a bit of energy and work on tweeting — especially during games — knowing that most of the year there’s just not a ton of fun to be had from the product on the field. (But at least this season the Colorado Rockies won’t lose 100 games!)

So the reason I’m asking this poll question is because it came up on Twitter on Saturday night during the Rockies’ walk-off victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. To wit:

I know, serious things happen on Twitter.

So I’ll pose the question to you — and NO, you cannot vote for a fourth “make the Monforts sell the team” answer, because that is not a choice and because that is a baseball/management thing, and today we are talking about goofy, frivolous Coors Field things that fans do and/or sometimes enjoy.

So vote on this, it is an extremely important poll:

In case you’re wondering, here’s how some of the final voting went down on Twitter (though, granted, we got another dozen votes after we announced the results, so it’s not a final thing):

What say you?

I’d actually love to hear this, so seriously, please vote.

Oh, and me? My money is on Dinger. I hate Dinger. I hate Dinger so much.

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