Coronavirus may have delayed the MLB season, but here’s 5 classic Rockies games you can watch for free

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Nolan Arenado #28 of the Colorado ...Matthew Stockman, Getty ImagesNolan Arenado of this Colorado Rockies celebrates with his teammates after hitting a 3 RBI walk off home run in the ninth inning against the San Francisco Giants at Coors Field on June 18, 2017 at Denver.

While the world of sport is stuck on pause contrary to the coronavirus pandemic that is international, it doesn ’ t mean we could ’ t watch some baseball.

MLB.com shared a listing of five classic major league baseball for every single team from the league that you may see for free on YouTube. This ’so what they chose to the Rockies:

Rockies at Braves, April 17, 2010: Remember when Ubaldo Jimenez was unstoppable for the Rockies? He was in his peak, pitching the first no-hitter at Colorado history.
Padres at Rockies, June 8, 2013: Long before he became a continuing all-star and Gold Glove winner, Nolan Arenado was a rookie. Here was his very first home run.
Rockies at Diamondbacks, April 5, 2016: Trevor Story had among their most amazing debuts at MLB history, beating seven homers in his first six games. This is his first game.
Padres at Rockies, Sept. 18, 2016: Jon Gray strikes 16 against the visiting Padres. Sixteen.
Giants at Rockies, June 18, 2017: It seems as though it was yesterday. Nolan Arenado needed a home run to hit for a bicycle. He did it at the bottom of the ninth inning with two men on for a walk-off success on Father’s Day.

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