DENVER — On Monday, Major League Baseball announced the new 60-game 2020 schedule for the Colorado Rockies.
The Rockies will face the Texas Rangers on opening day (July 24th) for a 6:05 p.m. first pitch in their brand new stadium: Globe Life Field.
After the 3-game set with Texas, Colorado will then head to Oakland for a two-game series, before heading home for a 7-game home stand against the Padres & Giants.
Colorado is also apart of a handful of teams that will be play 20 straight games from Aug 14th to September 2nd.
In August, the Rockies will play the Houston Astros four-times (two home, two away), while playing Seattle on the road.
For the final month of September, Colorado will play two AL California based teams in the Angels & A's, before finishing the season with 11 divisional games with seven of those games on the road.
Prior to opening day, Rangers and Rockies will play exhibition games at Globe Life Field on July 21st and 22nd at 7:05 pm. C.T.
AT&T SportsNet will air all 60 Rockies regular season games, while the August 31 game against the San Diego Padres will also be carried by ESPN.
For the full Rockies MLB schedule, please click here.
The MLB shut down spring training back in March due to COVID-19.
The Rockies’ hope is to allow a limited number of fans to attend 2020 home games at Coors Field, and to that end, we have been working with city and state health officials, as well as Major League Baseball, to finalize a plan that adheres to strict health protocols and ensures fan safety.