If you wish to purchase tickets to a World Series game at Coors Field and don’t have access to the Internet, you better run to someone who does.
The Rockies have decided that all World Series games tickets will only be made available online.
"It's our attempt to get as many tickets to as many Rockies fans as possible," said Rockies President Keli McGregor. "After consulting with Major League Baseball, we felt this was the best way to create a fair and equitable distribution of tickets for the first-ever World Series in Colorado.
"After our experience with the Wild Card tiebreaker game, as well as Division Series and Championship Series games, we came to the conclusion that no other method of ticket distribution is quicker or more efficient than the Internet."
Several teams conducted Internet-only sales for their tickets this postseason, including New York-NL, Philadelphia, and San Diego.
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