There are countless things you can do if you’re a Colorado Rockies fan, from enjoying a beverage while watching the sunset from The Rooftop to debating which of those beverages are among the best craft beers in Colorado. You can argue balls and strikes with the ump. You can be sure to remind Bud Black that you know more about managing than he does (because you do, right?). You can even hope to catch snacks being thrown from the club level during the seventh inning stretch.
You can do all of these things and more. However, there are simply some things you can’t do as a fan of the Colorado Rockies.
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What are those things? We’re glad you asked. We’re here to make sure you understand that it is possible to have your Rockies fandom challenged if you were to commit an act so foul and egregious that it was categorized as one of the seven deadly sins for Colorado fans.
There is a long season ahead of us and we know that every kind of fan will be out there with you this season. In fact, we talked about the five kinds of Rockies fans there are in this article. However, make sure that, no matter how mad you get or how low you think the season might’ve sunk, you don’t cross the line with these seven deadly sins.
Follow us as we begin to explain the things you simply can’t do as a Colorado Rockies fan. We’ll start with number 7 and work our way up to (gasp) number 1.