Colorado Rockies to allow alcohol sales to end of 8th inning1 min read
Teams historically have stopped selling alcohol after the seventh inning. Things are changing thanks to new rules that have shortened games.
DENVER — The Colorado Rockies home opener this year was 51 minutes faster than last year’s.
Faster games mean fans have less time to spend money at concession stands, specifically on overpriced beers.
The Rockies announced on Thursday that they are joining other teams, extending alcohol sales through the eighth inning. The policy has been to stop sales at the end of the seventh inning, this will extend it one extra inning.
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