DENVER (AP) - The game between the Colorado Rockies and the Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday night was postponed due to weather.
It will be made up when the Dodgers return to Coors Field in September. The exact date is still to be determined.
The two teams play a three-game series Sept. 18-20. Both teams have an off day on Sept. 17.
Ticket exchanges for Friday's game may be made for any game throughout the remainder of the season – value for value, best available seating – as long as the exchange is made prior to the first pitch of the rescheduled game.
Complimentary tickets have a value of zero dollars and therefore may not be exchanged. Discounted tickets may be exchanged only for the amount paid to the Rockies and are subject to any constraints applicable to the original sale.
There are no cash refunds. Ticket exchanges will be accepted at the Coors Field Ticket Office and all Rockies Dugout Stores.
Information regarding the date and time of the rescheduled game will be announced through coloradorockies.com.
Contact 303-ROCKIES for further information.
This is the first weather-related postponement at Coors Field since a doubleheader on April 28, 2005 vs. Florida was snowed out. Friday's postponement is the first in Denver due to rain since Sept. 21, 2004 vs. Arizona. This is just the third time the Rockies have ever had a home game postponed in July, with the others coming July 22, 1998 vs. Cincinnati and July 16, 2000 vs. Oakland.
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