Rockies Will Have Home-Field Advantage Down the Stretch in 2020

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DENVER – The 2020 schedule could be a blessing to the Rockies -- if they are in the post-season battle. Fiften of their final 20 regular-season games are scheduled for Coors Field, according to their 162-game schedule.

The Rockies will open the 162-game regular season in 2020 on the road, playing a four-game series in San Diego March 26-29, and then three games against the Dodgers in Los Angeles March 30-April 1.

The Rockies will open the home season hosting the Padres April 3-5. The home opener will have a 2:10 p.m., MDT first pitch on April 2.

The Rockies’ schedule also includes home games at Coors Field on Mother’s Day (May 10 vs. Cincinnati), Memorial Day (May 25 vs. Los Angeles-NL), Father’s Day (June 21 vs. San Diego), Independence Day (July 4 vs. San Francisco) and Labor Day (Sept. 7 vs. Chicago-NL).

The annual fireworks shows at Coors Field are scheduled for Friday, July 3 and Saturday, July 4 after games against San Francisco, as well as Friday, Sept. 25 following the game against Arizona.

The Rockies are scheduled to play all five American League Central Division teams in 2020 Interleague play, along with the American League West’s Texas Rangers. Colorado will host Texas (April 7-8), Chicago-AL (April 28-29), Kansas City (June 22-24) and Cleveland (Sept. 4-6).