Coors Field Blanketed by Snow in the Middle of May

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistMay 12, 2014

via @Rockies

Many MLB fans were sick and tired of delays through the first month of the season, but after seeing the scene at Coors Field Monday, everyone outside of Colorado should be thankful that they only have to deal with rain at this point in the year.

Fortunately for the Colorado Rockies, they don't play at home again until Friday, May 16.

Update: Monday, May 12 at 6 p.m. ET

Incredibly, this is what Coors Field looked like later in the day on Monday:

--End of Update--

A few other major league teams have chimed in on the snow. The Cincinnati Reds, who hosted the Rockies over the weekend, commented on the weather:

By the time the team is ready to play at Coors Field, the snow should be gone:

Even the Atlanta Hawks were willing to console the Rockies:

Colorado just needs to make it through Monday in order to get back to baseball weather.

[Colorado Rockies, Cincinnati Reds, Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Hawks]

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