The Colorado Rockies have a shaky grip on their home-field advantage. The San Francisco Giants will try to wrest it from them when the clubs open a four-game series on Thursday.
Colorado traditionally has enjoyed a measure of comfort at Coors Field. That's largely because opponents, particularly pitchers, often cannot adjust to the hitter-friendly, mile-high conditions. The Giants, for example, are 78-95 at Coors, including 3-3 this year.
Chris Haft is the Giants beat reporter for MLB.com. He has been covering the club since 2005.
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