Colorado Rockies Betting Odds

Colorado Rockies Betting Odds

After having long been a scene for great minor league baseball, the Denver area was finally rewarded with a major league franchise when MLB decided to expand in 1991. The other expansion team that year was the Miami Marlins. Named the Rockies after the iconic local geography, their high-altitude park is known for its propensity to allow for home runs thanks to the thin Mountain Air.

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In their first year, the Rockies shared Mile High Stadium with the NFL’s Broncos. In 1995, construction on Coors field was completed, and the team has played there ever since. In their 26 year history, they have made the postseason five times, and advanced to the World Series once, in 2007, where the Boston Red Sox swept them.

Each of the five times they made it to the playoffs, it has been through the Wild Card. The Rockies have never won their division. Their first time in the playoffs was in their second year in the league and first playing in Coors Field. They finished the regular season 77-67, good enough for second place and a spot in the NLDS against Atlanta, who they lost to in four games.

In 2007, the team set a franchise record for wins in a season with 90. They won 14 of their final 15 games, which culminated in a one-game playoff with the San Diego Padres for the wild-card spot. They then went on to sweep the Phillies in the division series before sweeping the Diamondbacks in the NLDS. The second sweep made them the first team to win their first seven playoff games since the Cincinnati Reds did it in 1976.

Unfortunately, the Rockies did not have the same luster in the World Series against the Red Sox; Boston turned the tables on Colorado and swept them in four games, outscoring them 29-10.

Two years later the Rockies would return to the playoffs after posting 92 wins, which is a club record. While the wins did not get them a division title, they were awarded a Wild Card berth. That year they lost the NLDS to the Philadelphia Phillies 3 games to 1.

In 2017 and 2018, the Rockies made back to back wild card appearances. In 2017 they lost the wild-card game to the Diamondbacks. In 2018 they beat the Cubs in the wild card game only to get swept by the Brewers in the NLDS.


The year the Diamondbacks won the World Series, they went 92-70 in the regular season and finished 1st in the NL West. In the playoffs, they beat the Cardinals 3 games to 2 in the NLDS before dispensing of the Braves 4 games to 1. The playoffs that year was delayed because of the September 11 attacks, which resulted in the World Series stretching into November for the first time in history. The Diamondbacks took on the New York Yankees that year, and in a back and forth seven-game series, the Diamondbacks prevailed. They won the first two games and the last two games to take the title.

Famous players

Todd Helton is the only Colorado player to have his number retired; Helton played first base for the Rockies from 1997 to 2013, finishing with a .316 batting average 2,519 hits and 369 home runs.

Other notable players who have spent time playing for the Rockies are Matt Holliday, Larry Walker, and Andres Galarraga.

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