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Fun Facts About Denver's Coors Field

Peyton Garcia
Peyton Garcia
Posted on August 7
An aerial view of Coors Field mid-construction

Coors Field mid-construction. (Credit:

The area of downtown Denver that houses Coors Field is one of the buzziest swaths of the city, especially during sunny baseball season! Though it incorporates parts of Five Points, Union Station, LoDo, and RiNo, the area is more broadly referred to as the Ballpark District, and it’s known for packed bars, late-night crowds, an abundance of eats, and all the best pre-game parties. But this area would be nothing if not for, well, the ballpark. Built in 1995, Coors Field is the third oldest stadium in the MLB league. Here are some Coors Field fun facts:

You can dive deeper into the history of Coors Field through the documentary “When Colorado Went Major League.” The hour-long feature is by local journalist, news anchor, and filmmaker Kyle Dyer, and debuted earlier this summer ⚾

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