Let's just say, we're probably not invested in this year's World Series.

Baseball has always been a part of my life. I'm pretty sure I took my first steps at my brother's games. As soon as I was able, my parents signed me up for tee-ball which sparked a love for softball, a sport I played until no one would have me anymore.

And how can you not love the atmosphere at a game?

It's a laid back sports as far as spectating goes. You can grab a beer, chow down on a hot dog, and catch a tan all in one afternoon. It's America's pastime and we have it on just about every level in Wyoming, except professionally.

What's up with that?

Why do we have cities like Chicago and New York with multiple teams, but we don't have one? Each state should be have one team at the very least. That would make everyone invested.

So, without a team of our own, who do we pledge our allegiance to in Major League Baseball?

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The Colorado Rockies.

This is according to a recent survey and it does make sense. After all, we share a border with Colorado and we are pretty close to Denver.

Now, when it comes to fan bases, Colorado is decent. Bleacher Report ranks Rockies fans at No. 15 on their list of the best fan bases in baseball. With 30 teams in the league, that puts us in the middle of the pack.

Who do you cheer for? Are you cheering for either team in the World Series? Braves? Astros?

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