The guest reviews on the place range from "worth every penny" to "suspicious". One person also hated how the place was pet friendly since he found dog food near the TV in his room. The bright side is that it's walkable to Coors Field (3 blocks) and the bar scene in LoDo (lower downtown Denver).
Oxford Hotel of course does have a baseball package which for $215 a night for a classic room includes: a box of crackerjacks or peanuts, 2 bottled waters, an Oxford Hotel baseball cap, sunscreen and lip balm and overnight valet parking.
The next hotel close by is the Westin Tabor Center Hotel on Lawrence Street but the reviews on this place are downright scary with a lot of people complaining about "nickel and diming." And the place is without any themed baseball package. But since it's typically a business hotel/convention center hotel, the hotel is offering a cheap Summer weekend rate of $169 through September 30 (promo code FMHOTEL 1-5.)
A little further away is the Hotel Monaco, a Kimpton Hotel, which would be a good option if you like Kimpton Hotels and don't like surprises when traveling. You can always count on the Kimptons for funky decor, free WiFi and a somewhat-lame-but-hey-it's-free-alcohol wine-tasting. All the big chains (Hyatt, Marriott, Comfort Inn, etc.) are more in the heart of downtown Denver which can be a pretty boring neighborhood on the weekends.
Where Stray Rod and The Blonde Would Stay: A few blocks behind the Westin is the Hotel Teatro, a swanky hotel that offers guest rooms with 12-foot ceilings and Frette linens, six junior suites and even an apartment-style room with a kitchen, living room and a dining table.