DENVER (AP) – The Colorado Rockies sold out all three World Series games at Coors Field on Tuesday, one day after their first attempt...

DENVER (AP) – 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 the team blamed on an “external, malicious attack.”

“The online system, after a slow start, certainly worked very, very well for us,” club spokesman Jay Alves said.

Alves said tickets were selling as fast as 1,500 per minute Tuesday and all were gone in two and a half hours.

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