Coors Field has always occupied a unique place in the Major League landscape. It's the only ballpark where you can sit a full mile above sea level, it's the only ballpark at which you might find a reliever wandering through the forest and, if all that's not enough, it's produced some of the most outright bonkers weather moments in baseball history.
But even knowing all that, it's still hard to prepare yourself for the photo below -- Coors Field, on _May 21_, blanketed in fresh snow:
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