The only thing soggier than the Rockies win-loss record through the first half of the season has been the weather at Coors Field.

If you’ve been in Denver this baseball season, you know the weather has been fickle, seemingly whenever there is a Rockies ballgame. There have been 10 rain delays so far this season, much to the dismay of fans.

On Wednesday, the Rockies provided some relief for fans struggling to keep their spirits up – whether it be because of the weather or yet another losing season.

The team tweeted out a promotion for the home series against the Arizona Diamondbacks June 23-25. The Rockies are offering $10 tickets to the first 500 fans who purchase tickets to the series online.

To sweeten the $10 deal, if it’s not at least 80 degrees or higher by the first pitch of 6:40 p.m. for each game fans can exchange those tickets for any other remaining Rockies home game (excluding July 10), free of charge.

The Denver-area forecast that week predicts a high of 94 degrees Tuesday June 23 with no chance of rain. The remainder of the week forecasts highs around 90, but with a 40 percent chance of rain.

Fans who have been struggling to get to the ballpark – either because of weather or because they’re tired of paying good money to see a bad team – may want to watch the forecast closely. They could be seeing two games for $10 with a little help from mother nature.

Mike Tolbert, a Mile High Sports intern and student at MSU-Denver contributed to this report