Major League Baseball released the schedule of all 30 MLB teams at 10 AM MT today and there are some interesting matchups, including some for the Colorado Rockies.
The Colorado Rockies faced the Boston Red Sox in their first, and thus far, only World Series appearance in 2007 and in 2019, the Rockies will face the American League East for interleague games, including the Boston Red Sox in a 2007 World Series rematch on May 14 and 15 in Boston and August 27 and 28 at Coors Field
They will also face the likes of the New York Yankees, Toronto Blue Jays, Tampa Bay Rays, and Baltimore Orioles in interleague games. They will also face the Houston Astros in the “regional” matchup for interleague games on July 2 and 3 at Coors Field and August 6 and 7 in Houston.]
In spring training, the Colorado Rockies will also travel to Monterrey, Mexico to face the Arizona Diamondbacks in Spring Training on March 9 and 10.
To open the season, the Rockies will open in Miami against the Marlins on March 28 in a four game series. They will then go Tampa to face the Rays before coming home and opening the home slate of games against the Dodgers on April 5.
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This year, the Rockies gauntlet of tough games just finished and had some before and after the break both as they had 46 games in a row against teams above .500 and in 2019, it looks like it may be the case again. Starting on June 18, the Rockies will face (by series) the D’backs, Dodgers, and Giants all on the road.
Then, they will come back to Coors to face the Dodgers and Astros before going on the road to face the D’Backs before entering the All-Star break, where the All-Star festivities will be held in Cleveland.
Coming out of the break, they will face the Reds (who are playing around .500 ball this year since they fired their manager Bryan Price in mid-April) and the Giants before going to face the Yankees, the Nationals, and Reds on the road. They then will return home to face the Dodgers and Giants before heading to Houston to end their gauntlet on August 7.
You can check out the rest of the Rockies schedule here.