Colorado Rockies games for 2020 will once again be televised on AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain.
The Colorado Rockies and AT&T SportsNet recently released the 2020 telecast schedule, which includes 150 regular-season games and six spring training contests.
Cactus League coverage begins March 16 when the Rockies entertain the San Francisco Giants at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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AT&T SportsNet will also feature Colorado’s game against Oakland (March 18), Seattle (March 20, 23, and 24) and San Diego (March 21).
Spring training coverage ends March 24 when the Rockies host the Mariners in Colorado’s final tuneup before the regular season starts.
Additionally, Rockies fans can listen to spring training games on KOA Radio, which recently released their spring schedule.
Regular-season coverage begins on Opening Day (March 26) when Colorado travels to meet the San Diego Padres. Pregame coverage on Opening Day starts at 1 p.m. MDT with first pitch slated for 2:10 p.m. MDT.
For the Rockies home opener on April 3 against the Padres, there will be a special one-hour pregame show that begins at 1 p.m. MDT prior to the scheduled 2:10 p.m. first pitch.
Among the AT&T SportsNet features returning this season will be The Club, a 30-minute weekly Emmy Award-winning show.
According to AT&T SportsNet, the show offers a behind-the-scenes look at not only the players but the front office as well as recent team and individual milestones achieved.
Viewers of Colorado Rockies telecasts in 2020 will see several familiar faces in the broadcast booth.
Drew Goodman, a 13-time Colorado Sportscaster of the Year, returns for his 19th season as play-by-play announcer.
Joining Goodman will be Jeff Huson, who returns for his 15th season as a Rockies announcer.
All four members of the announcing team will be involved with pregame as well as postgame coverage throughout the season.
In September, the Rockies announced a multi-year extension with AT&T SportsNet to televise Rockies games although the announcement did not include the length of the extension or the amount of the deal.