DENVER — The Rockies released renderings of their new scoreboard at Coors Field on Wednesday.
The new scoreboard will be unveiled before the Rockies’ home opener on April 6.
The board has a unique Rockies shape with a mountain cutout that stands 8,369 square feet and is 258 percent larger than the old scoreboard.
In addition to the visual improvement, the speakers on the board will also be enhanced on the lower bowl of the ballpark as well as updating the technology in the control room.
The Rockies’ season kicks off on the road with series against the Arizona Diamondbacks and the San Diego Padres before hosting the Atlanta Braves for Opening Day on April 6.