Thank you for your interest in the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club. Please review the following information to find out how to contact us regarding our various programs:
Prior to each Sunday home game, select players and/or coaches will be available for autographs at the bottom of 116-120, starting at approximately 11:40 a.m to 12 noon. Disabled guests utilize a designated area behind home plate.
Guests are permitted to seek autographs from players along the railing between sections 116-121 and 142-146 up to 40 minutes prior to game time, or until the end of batting practice, whichever comes first.
Please be considerate by not inconveniencing Guests seated in these areas. Guests with disabilities are permitted to seek autographs and watch batting practice in the front row of the left field pavilion.
If you are interested in obtaining an authentic signature from Carlos Gonzalez or DJ LeMahieu we invite you to join them in their efforts to raise money for charity. To participate in The Autographs for Charity Fundraiser, you will need to send an item you would like to have signed, a Self Addressed Stamped Envelope and a check or money order (cash and credit cards will not be accepted) for $25 (per autograph) made payable to the Colorado Rockies Foundation. The Foundation supports programs focusing on youth baseball and softball, education and literacy, and drug and alcohol abuse awareness.
Items can be sent to:
Colorado Rockies Foundation
c/o Participating Player (Nolan Arenado, Carlos Gonzalez or DJ LeMahieu)
2001 Blake Street
Denver, CO 80205
Request fulfillment time may vary. Please allow a minimum of 6 weeks. . Factors such as the off-season and injuries may have influence on the amount of time it takes to receive items back.
For more information - Please call (303) Rockies.
*Please note the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club will fulfill requests in its sole discretion. You assume all risk for your items and personalized items are not guaranteed. There is a 3 item maximum per participating player. The Colorado Rockies players and organization are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
The Colorado Rockies Charity Fund, a McCormick Foundation Fund, supports eligible organizations and programs in the Denver metropolitan area that help serve the low-income community of children, youth, adults and families overcome barriers impeding progress out of poverty and towards stabilization and improved life conditions.
Funding consideration is given twice per year to programs that fit one of three funding areas and that meet the Foundation's focused grantmaking strategies and general criteria:
• Child Abuse Prevention & Treatment
• Child/Youth Education
• Health & Wellness
The complete guidelines, application procedures and additional information for the Colorado Rockies Charity Fund are available online.at www.mccormickfoundation.org
Tickets are available for requests from non-profit organizations and are based on availability. Donated tickets are not available far enough in advance to be used for incentives, auction items, or for drawings. To request our guidelines please send a request letter on your non-profit's letter-head to:
Community Ticket Program
2001 Blake St.
Denver, CO 80205
This program is designed to promote questions, suggestions and public participation in support of Rockies baseball. Individuals who serve on the Speakers Bureau include front office staff as well as ownership. Many staff members participate annually in the Dr. Seuss' Read Across America Day by reading to local elementary school children.
Colorado Rockies Mascot "Dinger" Requests (303) 312-2266
Make a request online »
Rockies Rookies Kids Fan Club (303) 312-2BAT
To request an application for membership, please call and leave your address.
Outside of the Autographs for Charity program, the Colorado Rockies are unable to obtain autographs for fan mail. You are welcome to send mail directly to the player you are interested in, to:
Attn: Name of Player
2001 Blake Street
Denver, CO 80205-2000
*Please note that there is no guarantee of return on items sent to Coors Field or to individual players.