The Colorado Rockies (16-15) return home to Coors Field to face the Kansas City Royals (10-19) today in the start of a three-game, interleague series and to start their longest homestand of the 2022 season.
For the series, the weather should be great for Colorado Rockies, Kansas City Royals, and just baseball fans in general in the Denver area.
Denver weather for Friday, May 13
On Friday, it will be a beautiful evening at Coors Field for the Colorado Rockies and Kansas City Royals, according to The Weather Channel.
At game time (6:40 PM M.T.), it will be about 73 degrees with mixed clouds and winds blowing in from left field at about 10 MPH. During the game, though, it will cool down to the mid-60s with barely a whisper of wind that will change direction (blowing out to right field at less than 5 MPH).
Throughout the game, there is a zero percent chance of rain.
For the Royals, they will send their Opening Day starter Zack Greinke (0-2, 2.67 ERA) to the mound and Colorado will oppose with their Opening Day starter Kyle Freeland (1-3, 3.94 ERA).
Denver weather for Saturday, May 14
On Saturday, game time will be half an hour earlier for the Kansas City Royals and Colorado Rockies at Coors Field (6:10 PM M.T.) and it should be even nicer than the weather will be on Friday.
It will be 78 degrees at first pitch with some sunshine and mixed clouds. Winds will be low (between 5-10 MPH) throughout the game and blowing in from center field. By the time the game ends, temperatures should be in the high 60s.
There is also a zero percent chance of precipitation during the game.
For the Royals, they will send Carlos Hernández (0-2, 7.15 ERA) to the mound and Colorado will oppose with 2021 All-Star Germán Márquez (0-3, 6.47 ERA).
Denver weather for Sunday, May 15
The Royals and Rockies will have an abundance of sunshine on Sunday as for the 1:10 PM M.T. game, it is supposed to be sunny with few clouds and a high of 79 degrees.
Winds will be blowing out to right field at 10-15 MPH and there is less than a five percent chance of precipitation.
The Royals will have Daniel Lynch (2-2, 4.01 ERA) on the mound and Colorado will have Austin Gomber (2-3, 4.36 ERA).
After the series is over, the Rockies will continue their homestand with the San Francisco Giants and the Royals will return home after their longest road trip of the season to face the Chicago White Sox in a five-game series (in four days time).