Colorado Rockies fans, join us on Facebook on Thursday, May 28, as we talk Rockies baseball.
With the introduction of Facebook Messenger rooms, we are going to see if we can bring the Colorado Rockies fan base together for a night of chat and talk about the latest with the Rockies and what we are hearing about the potential return of Major League Baseball.
On Thursday, May 28, we will host a room in Facebook Messenger beginning at 9 pm ET/6 pm PT (and 7 pm in Colorado) where we will have an open discussion on where the Rockies are as MLB continues to work toward reopening play. The invite for the room will be posted on our Facebook page 30 minutes before the event begins.
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To be a part of the event, we ask that you follow Rox Pile on Facebook and that you come into the conversation ready to talk baseball … but also be prepared to respectful of the opinions of others as well as share time on the platform with others wanting to voice their opinions as well.
We will post some of the rules on the day of the event, but they will include adhering to mutual respect and each participant keeping their microphone muted until they’re called upon by an administrator to voice their opinion. We are looking to make this a fun time with some spirited debate. However, anyone not adhering to the rules can be removed from the room by the administrator.
Here’s an important point: The Facebook Messenger room will hold only 50 people. When we have reached the maximum, the room will be full and no one else will be allowed inside. Our advice? Get there early.
By the way, you won’t need to download anything to be a part of this event. It is free and completely open to anyone who wants to join.
Some of the topics we will be covering include what the shortened season might do for Colorado’s chances of making it to the postseason, the love and/or disdain for the designated hitter coming to the National League, and the health and financial factors of baseball returning to the field. We also could very well be discussing what a shortened season and the offseason means for Nolan Arenado, Trevor Story, Charlie Blackmon, and the rest of the Rockies’ core of players.
Plan to join us on Thursday, May 28 at 7 pm (Mountain time) through the Rox Pile Facebook page. We look forward to seeing you online!