If the postponement lasts longer than that, that’s where things start to become really interesting. As the schedule current is constructed, the Rockies would actually be fairly lucky compared to some other teams.
The Rockies open the season against the Padres and Dodgers in San Diego and Los Angeles on six consecutive days (starting on March 26) until their first off-day on Thursday, April 2. They would have their home-opener against the Padres from April 3-5. They would have their second off-day on April 6 before facing the Texas Rangers for two games before yet another off-day.
The Rockies would then travel to Arizona to face the D-Backs for three games before another off-day. They would go to San Diego again then come home to face the Cardinals (that’s when the Rockies are going to be retiring Larry Walker’s #33).
That series would be followed by another off-day followed by a three-game trip to San Francisco and three games against Milwaukee at Coors before another off-day. They’d face the Chicago White Sox for two games before another off-day.
Notice a common theme?
They have A LOT of off-days: seven, in fact, through April 30. After facing the Dodgers on March 30, they actually don’t play a Monday game until May 4 against the Detroit Tigers in Detroit.