Dinger, the Rockies mascot, is making Valentine’s Day deliveries this year

Dinger, the Colorado Rockies mascot, will drop your gift off for a fee of $150.

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Colorado Rockies mascot Dinger dances around on top of the opponents dugout during the game against   Pittsburgh Pirates Coors Field, June 9, 2016.  Rockies win 11-5 (Jessica Taves/For Denverite)

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Dinger is making Valentine's Day deliveries this year. (Jessica Taves/For Denverite)

If you’ve ever wanted to have your Valentine’s Day gift delivered to your significant other by a large purple dinosaur a Denver Post columnist once called “Barney after a meth binge,” you’re in luck.

Dinger, the Colorado Rockies mascot, will drop your gift off for a fee of $150. The pants-less dinosaur can be reached at Dinger@Rockies.com. There’s also more information available about his Valentine’s Day deliveries here.

Valentine’s Day is now just a week away. All requests must be approved by the club in advance, so there’s no guarantee Dinger will deliver.

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