Rockies World Series games sell out one day after online glitch
DENVER -- The Colorado Rockies sold out all three World Series games at Coors Field on Tuesday, one day after their first attempt collapsed in a computer-system crash blamed on people trying to fool the system to hoard tickets.
The Rockies, which labeled the problem as an "external, malicious attack", said they sold more than 50,000 tickets in the second round of ticket sales in about 2½ hours.
"The online system, after a slow start, certainly worked very,
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