Where is Coors Field?
Address: 2001 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205
Opened: April 26, 1995
Record attendance: 51,267
The previous articles in the series on MLB Ballparks have already shown that each MLB Stadium has its peculiarities and that none is like the other. But no Ballpark falls out of bounds as much as Coors Field in Denver. The reason for this is its location at 1,580 meters above sea level. This makes it by far the highest Stadium in the league, followed by Chase Field in Phoenix, which is just 340 metres high. At this height the balls fly differently and also for the bodies of the athletes the thinner air is a change. As a result, Coors Field is generally considered the Ballpark with the greatest home field advantage.
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How far is Coors Field from Denver Airport?
Can you walk around Coors Field?
Can I bring water into Coors Field?
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