The Colorado Rockies and Nolan Arenado are going to be sticking around for years to come. That’s the best news any Rockies fan can ask for this past offseason. Arenado has signed an eight-year contract extension worth $260 million. In terms of offense and defense, Arenado maybe baseball’s best all-around player. With Arenado’s extension and extending the contract of manager, Bud Black, the Rockies feel like they’re going to be a force to be reckoned with in the NL West.
The offense is always the talking point for the Rockies. Coors Field can bring out the best in a hitter and they hope Daniel Murphy, who already is a great batter, could see his best seasons yet. Murphy signed a two-year deal with the Rockies to play first base. All-Star Charlie Blackmon leads off for their dynamic lineup and it only gets tougher from there. Ian Desmond, Trevor Story and David Dahl are all players who can go deep at any at-bat.
The Rockies starting rotation had one of their best years collectively in 2018. In 2019, they hope Kyle Freeland and German Marquez pick up where they left off. Jon Gray and Tyler Anderson are looking to put a consistent season together showcasing the talent they’ve showed in stretches. The bullpen is led by closer Wade Davis with a solid staff from there including Jake McGee and Seunghwan Ho.
Coors Field will offer fans a suite experience down either baseline. A Rockies suite can accommodate 12 – 30 people on average. With a suite at Coors Field, guests receive VIP parking, private entry into the ballpark and premium in-suite catering options. Rockies suites are going to range in price based on the opponent and the location of the suite in Coors Field. On average, a suite for a Rockies game could go for $4,000 - $6,500.