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Colorado Rockies ranked 110th in ESPN's Ultimate Standings

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Fans have ranked the Rockies next-to-last in baseball in ESPN's somewhat dubious Ultimate Standings.

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Colorado Rockies are second from the bottom in MLB in Ultimate Standings - ESPN.com
The Rockies ranked 110th out of 122 pro sports teams in ESPN's latest Ultimate Standings, though I'm skeptical of the rankings because they are 57th in "stadium experience" and if there are 56 stadium experiences better than the one at Coors Field, I'll eat my hat. Also, the Diamondbacks are ninth overall, with the Chase Field stadium experience somehow ranked 11th.

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