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ROCKIES SELL OUT EXHIBITION IN UNDER FOUR HOURS
Published February 7, 1995
The Rockies announced that tickets available for the two- game pre-season exhibition series with the Yankees were sold in under four hours on Saturday. The tickets purchased came from a pool of season ticket holders who did not wish to include those in their season packages, and remaining seats not committed on a season basis. Rockies Senior VP/GM Bob Gebhard: "This shows that fans are ready for the season to begin and to get the first look at what will be the best baseball facility in the world in Coors Field" (Rockies).