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Dannika Harris writes, Colorado has so much to offer for outside entertainment like hiking Red Rocks…

Colorado has so much to offer for outside entertainment like hiking Red Rocks, skiing at Winter Park, fishing at Bear Creek Lake, and biking on mountain trails. But my favorite one of all is going to the Rockies games. Especially the night games. A lot of people might think all you do at a game is sit and eat hot dogs. That is not true, if you are a super fan like me. I am always standing up, doing cheers, and participating in the wave. I even color my own posters and try to see if I can get on T.V. You have to act very crazy and jump up and down to get the cameras attention. It’s great if you sit in a section where you might catch a foul ball, or if you are lucky, a homerun ball. My brothers friend Carson, who sat by us at the last game, caught a pratice homerun ball. Wow! Maybe someday it will be my turn. You don’t have to spend a lot of money for Rockies tickets. Check out King Soopers on the bottem of your receipt, you can get discounts. And also at the ticket offices, Rock Pile seats are very reasonable. You can also save money by bringing in you own food. (peanuts and drinks) So support your Colorado Rockies and have a great time with your family. You might even catch a homerun ball. Heres a bit a trivia. What Baseball team has the highest seasonal attendance? If you said Colorado Rockies, you were right. In 1993 Colorado had 4.48 million fans.