With the 2021 All-Star Game coming to Coors Field on Tuesday, July 13, it’s time to test your knowledge to see how well you know your Colorado Rockies All-Star Game trivia.
In this article, we will not only dive into questions about the Rockies who have participated in past All-Star Games, but we’ll also throw out some trivia about the 1998 Midsummer Classic, which marked the last time the All-Star Game came to Denver.
It was also the only other time that the All-Star Game has been at Coors Field. There have been plenty of stadiums that have hosted the game and baseball legends who have taken part in it, but do you know how many All-Star Games have been played in the past?
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This will be the 91st All-Star Game in Major League Baseball history. The first-ever All-Star Game was held on July 6, 1933, at Chicago’s Comiskey Park.
Can you guess how many years did not have an All-Star Game as a part of the MLB season? That would be two. In 1945, the All-Star Game was not held because of travel restrictions associated with World War II. Last season, there was no All-Star Game because of COVID-19.
OK, so there is some general All-Star Game trivia. How about some Rockies-focused All-Star Game questions? Let’s test your knowledge.