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Pedro Cerrano

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Was just there on Friday. Here are the pics...

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2273431&id=15700905&l=b4a3288de0

Awesome. I have a friend in Denver and I'm hoping to catch a Rockies game next season.

There are definitely some obvious Camden influences. Looks like a nice, clean, and classy place to see a game.

While the stadium itself doesn't seem to live up to OPACY (few do), Denver is one of the most beautiful places in the country and the placement of that park is perfect. The view of the mountains beyond left field is crazy.

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The lower deck behind home plate is definitely bigger -- as for the upper deck it seemed to be about the same in size as Camden and placed about the same (maybe a tad further back).

What really got me was the press box and the fact that their food stand is called "Grille Works" haha,

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