The Rockies 2019 schedule has been released, and there’s already a lot of fun baseball to look forward to. The season will open with a Florida road trip. The Rockies’ Opening Day will take place in Miami on March 28 — part of a four-game set that will take the team to the end of March. The team will then travel north to Tampa Bay for a three-game set against the Rays.
Clear your schedule for Friday, April 5th right now. That’s when the Rockies’ home schedule kicks off against the Los Angeles Dodgers. That three-game set will be one of just three division series during April, with the other two series coming in a six-game road trip to San Francisco for four games and San Diego for two. The Rockies and Diamondbacks don’t play their first series until May 3-5 at Coors Field.
The Rockies get the American League East in interleague play in 2019. Their
first second round of interleague action will be a two-game set against the Red Sox at Fenway Park, May 14 and 15. They’ll also visit the Yankees in mid-July. The Rockies will also host Boston for two games in August, and in addition the Orioles, Blue Jays, and the “rival” Astros will visit Coors Field as well (the Rockies travel to Houston in early August). Assuming Troy Tulowitzki is able to play baseball, it’ll mark his second time back to Denver since being traded in 2015. That series takes place May 31-June 2.
Like this season, the Rockies will finish the season against a non-division opponent. Milwaukee will visit Coors Field from September 27-29 to finish off the 2019 regular season.
Now all that’s left to figure out is when the Rockies will hang their 2018 postseason banners.