The Colorado Rockies are a Major League Baseball team based in Denver, CO. Established as an expansion team for the 1993 season, they’ve been competing at Coors Field ever since and have become one of baseball’s most beloved franchises. The Rockies currently compete in the National League West division and are owned by Monfort brothers while being managed by Bud Black. With their passionate fan base, exciting players, and storied history – the Colorado Rockies are sure to provide fans with plenty of excitement each season.
1. Nolan Arenado
St. Louis Cardinals
- 7× All-Star (2015–2019, 2021, 2022), 10× Gold Glove Award (2013–2022), 6× Platinum Glove Award (2017–2022), 5× Silver Slugger Award (2015–2018, 2022), All MLB Second-Team (2022), 3× Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award (2015–2017), 3× NL home run leader (2015, 2016, 2018), 2× NL RBI leader (2015, 2016), 5× Fielding Bible Award (2015–2017, 2020, 2022), 2× Hit for the cycle (2017, 2022)
Nolan Arenado is a talented third baseman who has consistently been one of the best in baseball over the past few seasons. He was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in 2013 and made his MLB debut that same year.
Arenado quickly established himself as one of the best hitters in baseball, hitting .289 with 1,520 hits and 299 home runs over six seasons with Colorado. In 2018, Arenado signed a $260 million contract extension with the St Louis Cardinals which will keep him with them until 2024.
His talents have led to him being awarded multiple MVP awards and he is considered one of the most complete players in Major League Baseball today. Arenado is a 3-time All-Star and 10-time Gold Glove winner. He led the NL in home runs in 2018, becoming only the second player ever to do so.
Arenado also has won three Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Awards, as well as two Fielding Bible Awards.
2. Charlie Blackmon
- 4× All-Star (2014, 2017–2019), 2× Silver Slugger Award (2016, 2017), NL batting champion (2017), Hit for the cycle on September 30, 2018, , MLB records, , RBIs by a leadoff hitter (103), Most hits in a 4 game series (15)
Charlie Blackmon is an outfielder for the Colorado Rockies. He was born on July 1, 1986 in Dallas, Texas and has played for the Rockies since 2011. In his MLB career, he has a batting average of .297 and hit 1,590 hits in 763 games played.
Charlie loves spending time with his family and friends but also enjoys playing baseball outside when possible. He is currently 36 years old and looks forward to continuing his professional career with the Colorado Rockies in 2021. Blackmon is one of the most consistent hitters in all of baseball.
He has hit for average and power at every level he’s played, including a batting title with the Rockies last season. Blackmon was drafted by Colorado in the first round of the 2011 amateur draft and has since been a big part of their success as both an offensive player and leader on that team. Injuries have slowed down Blackmon somewhat recently, but when he’s healthy he’s one of the best players in baseball.
Look for him to continue his high level play this year with Colorado
3. Todd Helton
- 5× All-Star (2000–2004), 3× Gold Glove Award (2001, 2002, 2004), 4× Silver Slugger Award (2000–2003), NL Hank Aaron Award (2000), MLB batting champion (2000), MLB RBI leader (2000), Dick Howser Trophy (1995), Colorado Rockies No. 17 retired
Todd Helton is a first baseman who has played in the MLB for over 20 years. He's had some great seasons with the Colorado Rockies, but his best came in 2013 when he hit .316 with 38 home runs and 110 RBIs.
Todd was born on August 20th, 1973, in Knoxville, Tennessee. As a youngster he loved playing baseball and started to show promise at an early age. In 1997 Todd made his MLB debut with the Colorado Rockies and it wasn't long before he became one of their main players.
His best season came in 2003 when he hit 37 home runs and led the league in batting average (.338). Todd has won three gold medals during his career - as part of Team USA at the Olympics twice (2004 & 2008) and also at World Baseball Classic (2006). He also helped lead Team USA to victory at the 2007 World Cup tournament.
Outside of baseball Todd enjoys spending time with family and friends, going fishing trips, hunting deer, riding motorcycles... you name it.
4. Carlos González
- Batting average: .285
- Home runs: 234
- Runs batted in: 785
- 3× All-Star (2012, 2013, 2016), 3× Gold Glove Award (2010, 2012, 2013), 2× Silver Slugger Award (2010, 2015), NL batting champion (2010)
González is an outfielder for the Chicago Cubs. González was born in Maracaibo, Venezuela and played his first MLB game on May 30, 2008 with the Oakland Athletics.
González has spent all of his professional baseball career with the Cubs organization after being traded to them in 2019. González bats left-handed and throws right-handed.
His primary defensive position is centerfield but he can also play corner outfield or third base if needed. In 559 MLB games, Gonzázel has batted .258 with 19 home runs and 77 RBIs while striking out 116 times (3rd most among active players).
He has also stolen 21 bases in 26 attempts during his career. Carlos González is a three-time All-Star and two-time Gold Glove Award winner. In 2010, he became the first player in MLB history to hit 30 home runs and drive in 100 RBIs in a season.
He also won the NL batting championship that year. Carlos Gonzalez was traded to the Colorado Rockies in 2009 and then moved to Cleveland Indians for 2019 season
5. Troy Tulowitzki
- 5× All-Star (2010, 2011, 2013–2015), 2× Gold Glove Award (2010, 2011), 2× Silver Slugger Award (2010, 2011)
Troy Tulowitzki is a shortstop for the New York Yankees and was an All-Star in 2018. Tulowitzki began his MLB career with the Colorado Rockies in 2006 and quickly established himself as one of the best shortstops in baseball.
He has appeared in 2,015 games over 10 seasons and has averaged 290 hits per season while hitting 225 home runs. In 2019, he had surgery to remove a bone spur from his right ankle and missed significant time during the season but returned to play at the end of it recovered fully.
Tulowitzki is widely considered one of the greatest defensive players ever to play shortstop and boasts a .977 fielding percentage throughout his career which includes 14 Gold Gloves Awards (the most for any player). He will be 39 years old when he plays his last game in April 2019
6. Matt Holliday
St. Louis Cardinals
- 7× All-Star (2006–2008, 2010–2012, 2015), World Series champion (2011), NLCS MVP (2007), 4× Silver Slugger Award (2006–2008, 2010), NL batting champion (2007), NL RBI leader (2007), St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame
Matt Holliday is a left fielder for the Colorado Rockies and has enjoyed some success in his career. He was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the first round of the 2000 MLB Draft, but he never played for them.
Holliday signed with the Rockies in 2004 and had an impressive rookie season, batting .299 with 2,096 hits and 316 home runs. In 2006, he had another successful year batting .301 with 1,307 hits and 130 home runs before being traded to the Yankees at season's end along with Jeff Francis for Russ Adams and Jason Jennings.
After two seasons (2007-08) spent mainly as a bench player on both teams, Holliday returned to form in 2010 when he hit 37 homers for the Cardinals en route to winning his second MVP award.. In 2013 Holliday joined forces once again with former teammate Yoenis Cespedes to help bring an World Series championship to Oakland Athletics as part of their "Moneyball" era team that also featured A's manager Bob Melvin among its members...
7. Larry Walker
- 5× All-Star (1992, 1997–1999, 2001), NL MVP (1997), 7× Gold Glove Award (1992, 1993, 1997–1999, 2001, 2002), 3× Silver Slugger Award (1992, 1997, 1999), 3× NL batting champion (1998, 1999, 2001), NL home run leader (1997), Colorado Rockies No. 33 retired
Walker was a prolific right fielder in the MLB for many years, hitting over .300 with 383 home runs. He also had 1,311 RBIs during his career, making him one of the league's most dangerous hitters.
Walker spent six seasons with Montreal before signing with St. Louis in 2005. Despite his success at the plate, Walker battled alcoholism and drug addiction throughout much of his career and ultimately retired after playing just two more games for St.
Louis that year. His story is an interesting one and he will be missed by baseball fans everywhere Larry Walker was a five-time All-Star and three-time NL batting champion, who also won a Silver Slugger Award as the best hitter in the National League. Larry played for four teams over his 18 seasons in the major leagues: Montreal Expos (1989–1994), Colorado Rockies (1995–2004), St.
Louis Cardinals (2004–2005) and San Diego Padres (2006). He retired from baseball after the 2005 season, but returned to play one more season with the Padres before retiring for good at age 41 in 2006.
8. Ubaldo Jiménez
- All-Star (2010), Pitched a no-hitter on April 17, 2010
Ubaldo Jiménez is a Dominican pitcher who made his MLB debut in 2006 with the Colorado Rockies. He has spent most of his career pitching for teams in the National League, but he was traded to the Oakland Athletics in 2013.
In 2010, Ubaldo won 20 games and led the NL in strikeouts (217). He signed a 2-year contract with the Seattle Mariners in December of 2014, but he was released after just one season due to injury problems. Ubaldo is currently a free agent and is considered by many as one of the best pitchers available on the market this year .
Ubaldo Jiménez is a former starting pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles and Cleveland Indians. He has a 114-117 win-loss record and an ERA of 4.34, with 1,720 strikeouts in his career to date. Ubaldo was named an All-Star in 2010 and pitched a no-hitter on April 17th that year. In 2013 he was traded to the Colorado Rockies but only managed one more season with them before moving on to play for the Baltimore Orioles from 2014 onwards.
Ubaldo's achievements include two Silver Slugger Awards (2011 and 2012) as well as three Gold Gloves (2010–2012). Ubaldo also holds several records within baseball including most games finished without allowing an earned run (248), fastest pitch recorded at 100 mph or greater (100 mph - Carlos Zambrano), most pitches thrown by any player in one game (>120 pitches - October 9th, 2009 vs Boston Red Sox) and fewest walks allowed per nine innings pitched (.192).
9. German Marquez
- All-Star (2021), Silver Slugger Award (2018)
German Marquez is a Venezuelan right-handed pitcher in the MLB. He debuted with the Colorado Rockies in 2021, and has since spent time with the Arizona Diamondbacks and Los Angeles Dodgers.
Márquez earned his spot on the major league roster through hard work, as he consistently showed impressive stats while pitching for minor league teams over several seasons. His fastball regularly reaches high speeds, making it difficult for hitters to hit balls off of him even if they make contact.
Márquez also throws a slider and changeup, both of which are effective weapons against opposing batters. While he may not have had an extremely long career in baseball so far, German Marquez has shown potential to be a successful pitcher at the highest level – something that should give any fan hope for his future success.
10. Trevor Story
Boston Red Sox
- 2× All-Star (2018, 2019), 2× Silver Slugger Award (2018, 2019), NL stolen base leader (2020)
Trevor Story was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the first round of the 2011 MLB Draft, but he chose to sign with the Colorado Rockies. Trevor Story has had an impressive career thus far, earning three All-Star appearances, two Silver Slugger Awards (in 2017 and 2018), and a National League MVP Award in 2019.
While with Colorado, Trevor Story recorded a batting average of .296 with over 1,000 hits and 100 doubles in five seasons. His production dipped slightly this past season (.271 BA) but remains one of the most consistent hitters in baseball history. Trevor Story is expected to be part of several transactions during offseason free agency; however no definite plans have been made yet as negotiations continue between his agent Scott Boras and different clubs throughout MLB..
11. Kyle Freeland
Kyle Freeland was born in Denver, Colorado on May 14th 1993. He attended Regis Jesuit High School and played college baseball for the University of Oregon.
After graduating from college, he signed with the Colorado Rockies as a free agent in 2015 and made his MLB debut that year. In 2018, Kyle pitched to a 2-1 record with a 3.48 ERA in 38 games (34 starts).
He led all NL pitchers in strikeouts during the regular season with 211 and finished 2nd overall behind Jacob deGrom of the New York Mets in wins (22). Kyle is entering his sixth season with the Rockies and has compiled an 86-71 record with 833 strikeouts over 992 innings pitched (.509 WHIP).
Kyle Freeland made his MLB debut for the Colorado Rockies on April 7th. Kyle has had a rough start to his MLB career, with a record of 49-51 and an ERA of 4.27. However, he has shown flashes of brilliance, including winning two games in a row earlier this season (June 10th-12th). His strikeout rate is high (641), but he also walks batters at a high rate (243).
He will need to improve upon these numbers if he wants to make it as a successful MLB pitcher - something that looks like it may not be too far off.
12. Andrés Galarraga
- 5× All-Star (1988, 1993, 1997, 1998, 2000), 2× Gold Glove Award (1989, 1990), 2× Silver Slugger Award (1988, 1996), NL batting champion (1993), NL home run leader (1996), 2× NL RBI leader (1996, 1997)
Andrés Galarraga was a talented first baseman and hitter in the MLB for many years. He had an exceptional batting average, hits, home runs, and RBI totals.
However, his career was cut short due to injuries. Galarraga is most famous for his performance in the 2002 World Series with the Montreal Expos against the New York Yankees.
After that season he was traded to Anaheim where he played until 2004 when he retired after hitting just .262 in 145 games over two seasons with them as well too injury problems reoccurring again which ended his career prematurely at only age 41 years old He currently works as a TV commentator on Venezuelan broadcasts of baseball games Andrés Galarraga was one of the most successful and beloved players in Atlanta Braves history.
He won two batting titles and two Silver Slugger Awards while also leading the league in home runs twice. After being traded to San Francisco Giants, he helped them to win a World Series title in 2003. Unfortunately, injuries cut his career short at age 36 after only playing three more seasons with Texas Rangers and Montreal Expos combined.
13. Ryan McMahon
Ryan McMahon is an infielder for the Colorado Rockies. McMahon was drafted by the Rockies in the first round of the 2014 MLB Draft. In his rookie season, he hit .269 with 10 home runs and 58 RBIs in 137 games played.
He continued to perform well in 2015, batting .283 with 16 homers and 82 RBIs while playing all 162 games for the Rockies. McMahon struggled a bit in 2016 due to a wrist injury but still managed to hit .291 with 18 home runs and 78 RBIs over 159 games Played..
He set career highs across Almost All Categories (.314 BA, 31 HR, 119 R/RBI) during 2017 campaign which helped lead Colorado to their first playoff appearance since 2009...He also won National League Player of The Month honors for September after hitting 5 home runs (including 2 grand slams) & driving 20 Runs In 14 Games.
14. Brendan Rodgers
- Gold Glove Award (2022), Fielding Bible Award (2022)
Brendan Rodgers made his MLB debut in 2022 with the Colorado Rockies. He was a Second baseman for the team and played well, finishing 2nd in MVP voting that year.
Rodgers also had another good season in 2024, making him one of the most successful players to ever play for Colorado Rockies. After four seasons with the Rockies, he signed with the New York Mets as a free agent in 2026 and had another good season there before retiring at age 31 Rodgers was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 2nd round of the 2018 MLB Draft.
Rodgers made his professional debut with the Asheville Tourists, where he batted .263 with 4 home runs and 23 RBI in 57 games. In 2019, Rodgers played for both the Rockies' AA and AAA affiliates before being called up to Colorado on May 17th. In his first game as a Rockie, Rodgers hit a two-run homer off Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Zack Wheeler to giveColorado an early lead in their eventual 9-1 victory at Coors Field that day.
Rodgers has since been one of Colorado's most consistent hitters, batting over .270 every month but August (including a career high .295 average in July). He also ranks 3rd among all Major League players with 28 homers this season - only Giancarlo Stanton (36)and Mike Trout (32) have more HRs than Brendan Rodger's 27 heading into September. On September 15th against San Diego Padres reliever Brad Hand, Rodgers hit what would be considered baseball's "holy grail" shot: A grand slam off Hand that gavethe Rox a 6-0 lead midway through the 8th inning; it proved to be enough as they cruised to an 11-2 win and clinched their first playoff berth since 2013.7..Rodgers is currently batting .333/.426/.667 with 5 HRs & 18 RBI over 19 games during postseason play so far; look for him leading Team Colorado back to October glory soon.8..A former shortstop who switched positions midcareer due to injuries at second base, Brendan brings excellent defense behind the plate - often making spectacular plays that turn potential loss into victories for his team...just ask anyone playing against him.
15. DJ LeMahieu
- 3× All-Star (2015, 2017, 2019), 2× All-MLB First Team (2019, 2020), 4× Gold Glove Award (2014, 2017, 2018, 2022), 3x Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award (2013, 2017, 2018), 2× Silver Slugger Award (2019, 2020), 2× batting champion (2016, 2020), Fielding Bible Award (2017)
DJ LeMahieu is a 34-year-old infielder for the New York Yankees. He was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the third round of the 2010 MLB Draft and made his debut with them that season.
In 2011, he signed with the Yankees and has been a mainstay on their roster since then, appearing in over 1,000 games over six seasons. His standout season came in 2017 when he hit .292 with 27 home runs and 92 RBIs - earning him an All-Star selection along the way.
As one of only a few veteran players left on New York's roster following this year's trade deadline, it will be interesting to see how much longer LeMahieu remains part of team history – or if another player takes his place soon enough. DJ LeMahieu is a three-time All-Star, two time first team all-MLB selection, four time Gold Glove Award winner, and three times Wilson Defensive Player of the Year nominee.
He has won batting titles in both 2016 and 2020 and was named fielding Bible Award recipient in 2017. LeMahieu spent seven seasons with the Colorado Rockies before signing with the New York Yankees as a free agent in 2019.
16. Jhoulys Chacín
Jhoulys Chacín is a Venezuelan right-handed pitcher who made his MLB debut with the Colorado Rockies in 2009. After spending four seasons with the Rockies, he was traded to the Los Angeles Angels in 2016.
He has had some success in both of his MLB stops, posting a 4-4 record and 3.33 ERA over those six seasons combined. However, he struggled somewhat this past season for the Angels, posting an 8-14 record and 5.17 ERA pitched in 28 starts overall..
Despite that poor performance, Jhouís seems likely to remain with the Angels as they attempt to rebuild their team following last year's disappointing finish.. Chacín is a successful MLB pitcher who has had some impressive seasons. Chacín was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in 2009 and made his debut with them that same year.
He remained with the team until 2014, when he was traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks. In 2015, Chacín signed with the Atlanta Braves and has been there since then, posting a record of 85-91 over three seasons with them. In 2016, he joined the Los Angeles Angels as part of their rotation and had an outstanding season overall (14-7, 3rd place AL Cy Young vote).
He returned to form in 2017 for San Diego Padres but struggled somewhat in 2018 before being traded again - this time to Milwaukee Brewers whereupon he put together another solid campaign (17-9). Finally this year Chacín helped lead Boston Red Sox to their first title since 1918 while also taking home MVP honours.
17. Jorge de la Rosa
Jorge de la Rosa is a Mexican-born pitcher with the Colorado Rockies. De La Rosa made his MLB debut for the Milwaukee Brewers in 2004 and has since spent time with several other teams, most notably the Baltimore Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays.
He's struggled to find consistent success throughout his career but does have some impressive credentials, including winning two Cy Young Awards (2008 and 2011) while playing for the Orioles. Injuries have played a big role in De La Rosa's recent struggles but he remains hopeful of bouncing back to form eventually.
Jorge de laarroa was born on April 5th 1981 in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico Jorge de la Rosa is a Venezuelan professional baseball pitcher who has played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Colorado Rockies, Arizona Diamondbacks, Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs. He was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the fifth round of the 2004 MLB Draft and made his MLB debut with them that same year.
De La Rosa spent six seasons with Colorado before being traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks in December of 2016. De La Rosa finished fourth in Cy Young voting during his time with the D'Backs and led all pitchers in ERA during his first season there. In 2018 he signed with the Cubs after spending 2017 out of baseball due to Tommy John surgery . Jorge de la Rosa's wife gave birth to their second child on September 25th which ended up being twins.
It was an exciting moment for him as a father and he credits God for leading him back into pitching shape so quickly after having surgery .
18. Ellis Burks
- 2× All-Star (1990, 1996), Gold Glove Award (1990), 2× Silver Slugger Award (1990, 1996), Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame
Ellis Burks was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 8th round of the 1984 amateur draft. Ellis made his Major League debut with the team on April 30, 1987 and played for them until 2004.
He is best known for his time spent as a member of the Red Sox but also had stints with teams such as Atlanta Braves, Colorado Rockies and St Louis Cardinals. In total he hit .291 with 341 home runs and 1,717 RBIs in 18 seasons in MLB including 10 All-Star appearances and five Silver Slugger Awards (the most prestigious award an individual can win).
Ellis currently resides in Vicksburg, Mississippi where he owns a bar called The Joint which has been open since 2001 and features live music every night except Wednesday due to church attendance obligations of one its regular patrons. Ellis Burks was an all-around player who hit for power and average. He played with the Boston Red Sox from 1989 to 2003, winning two Silver Slugger Awards in that time.
Ellis retired after a 2004 season with the Boston Red Sox where he finished his career with 2,107 hits and 352 home runs. Ellis is currently a broadcaster for the Rockies on their television broadcasts as well as occasional appearances at games when called up by the team.
19. Aaron Cook
- All-Star (2008)
Cook was a highly sought after pitcher in the MLB draft, being selected by Colorado with the 4th overall pick. Cook made his MLB debut with the Rockies in 2002 and pitched well while playing for them until he was traded to Boston midway through 2004 season.
Cook spent 2005-2007 with Boston before signing with Detroit as a free agent in 2008. He remained there until 2010 when he signed with Oakland and had some success pitching for them during 2011-2012 seasons but then struggled during 2013-2014 seasons before retiring at age 38 due to injury Aaron Cook was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in 2002 and played for them until 2011.
He signed with the Boston Red Sox as a free agent in 2012 and has been very successful, winning two World Series titles so far. Aaron Cook is one of the most consistent pitchers in baseball, having never had an ERA over 3.00 or strikeouts below 560 in a season, while also leading his teams to playoff berths every year he's been playing professionally. He currently holds numerous pitching records, including most complete games pitched (69), lowest WHIP (1.10), fewest walks allowed (192) and most innings pitched (2201).
Aaron Cook is considered to be one of the best pitchers in baseball and will continue to prove himself on the field for many years to come
20. Jon Gray
Gray was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the first round of the 2009 MLB Draft. Gray made his Major League Baseball debut with the Rockies in 2013, and has since played for three other teams including the Texas Rangers, Milwaukee Brewers and Baltimore Orioles.
Gray is a right-handed pitcher who throws four pitches: a fastball, curveball, slider and changeup. In 2018, Gray had an excellent season with the Colorado Rockies pitching to a 2.52 ERA in 206 innings pitched while striking out 281 batters. Gray is considered to be one of best pitchers in baseball today and is expected to have another outstanding year in 2019.
Gray made his MLB debut for the Colorado Rockies in 2015. Gray is a left-handed pitcher who has had success with the Rangers in recent years. Gray has racked up over 1000 strikeouts during his career and is one of the most consistent pitchers in baseball. Gray will be an important part of any team he joins next season, as he brings plenty of experience to the table
21. Brian Fuentes
- 4× All-Star (2005–2007, 2009), AL saves leader (2009)
Brian Fuentes is a left-handed pitcher who made his MLB debut with the Seattle Mariners in 2001. He has spent most of his career with the St. Louis Cardinals, making 124 appearances and posting an ERA of 4.26 over that time frame.
In 2012, he was traded to the Colorado Rockies but did not appear in any games for them before being released at the end of April 2013 without appearing in a game for either team... Brian Fuentes is a relief pitcher who has played for six different teams in his career.
In 2001, he was drafted by the Seattle Mariners and played with them until 2008. He then signed with the Colorado Rockies and spent three seasons there before moving to the Angels of Anaheim in 2009. Fuentes had a very successful time with the Angels, winning two AL saves championships as well as an MVP award in 2010.
However, after just one season with the Twins, he decided to move on to another team - this time joining up with Oakland Athletics where he stayed for two years before returning to St Louis Cardinals at the end of 2012 season..
22. Dante Bichette
- 4× All-Star (1994–1996, 1998), Silver Slugger Award (1995), NL home run leader (1995), NL RBI leader (1995)
Dante Bichette was a right-handed hitter and thrower who played in the MLB for 17 seasons. He had an impressive batting average of .299 and 274 home runs, both records at the time he retired.
Injuries hampered much of his career; he missed most of 1995 due to a neck injury, and parts of 2000-01 after breaking his toe in Spring Training. After retiring from baseball, Dante became a commentator for TBS's coverage of Major League Baseball games.
On October 6th 2001, Bichette hit his final home run as a member of the Boston Red Sox against the New York Yankees - sealing their victory in what would be known as "The Curse Of The Bambino". Dante Bichette was a five-time All-Star and Silver Slugger Award winner with the Colorado Rockies.
Dante Bichette hit over 300 home runs during his career, which is a record for any player in Rockies history. After playing for the Angels, Brewers, Rockies and Reds, Dante retired at the age of 34 due to injury.
23. C. J. Cron
- All-Star (2022)
Cron made his MLB debut in 2014 with the Los Angeles Angels. Cron is a first baseman and designated hitter who has played for the Rockies since 2021. Cron has a batting average of .253 with twelve home runs and fifty-one RBIs in four seasons with the Rockies.
Cron is a career .261 hitter who has 175 home runs and 567 RBIs in 806 games. Cron signed with the Angels as an undrafted free agent out of Western Kentucky in 2014 and played for them through 2017. Cron was traded to the Rays in 2018, where he had his best seasons statistically (hitting .309 with 37 HRs and 127 RBIs).
In 2019, Cron was traded to Minnesota where he hit just .222 but still managed to collect 41 HRs and 111 RBIs over 157 games played. He finished off his stint with Detroit this season where he posted a disappointing batting average of .220 on only 45 hits over 123 games played before being traded back to Colorado at the end of the year.
24. Daniel Bard
- NL Comeback Player of the Year (2020)
Daniel Bard made his MLB debut with the Boston Red Sox in 2009. Bard has a record of 27-33 while pitching for the Colorado Rockies since 2017. Bard's ERA is 3.64, which ranks him 49th among all active MLB pitchers and shows that he can be successful when given an opportunity to pitch in games.
Daniel Bard was born on June 25, 1985 in Houston, Texas and currently resides there with his wife and two children. Daniel Bard is one of many former college players who have found success in professional baseball over the last few years due to their ability to adapt quickly to new surroundings and improve as they go along Daniel Bard is a relief pitcher who has played for the Boston Red Sox (2009-2013) and Colorado Rockies (2020-present).
He was named to the NL Comeback Player of the Year in 2020, after posting an impressive 0.79 ERA in 78 innings pitched. Bard also won silver medals with Team USA at the World University Championship in 2004. In his career, he has struck out 428 batters while saving 65 games.
25. Kris Bryant
- 4× All-Star (2015, 2016, 2019, 2021), World Series champion (2016), NL MVP (2016), NL Rookie of the Year (2015), NL Hank Aaron Award (2016), Golden Spikes Award (2013), Dick Howser Trophy (2013)
Bryant was drafted by the Cubs in 2009 and made his MLB debut in 2015. Bryant is a three-time All-Star, won two MVP Awards and led Chicago to their first World Series title since 1908.
In 2018 he signed with the Colorado Rockies where he has continued his success as one of the top hitters in baseball. Bryant is a three-time All-Star and two-time NL MVP who helped lead the Cubs to their first World Series championship in 108 years.
Bryant was drafted by the Chicago Cubs with the first overall pick of the 2013 MLB Draft and finished his rookie season as baseball's most valuable player (MVP). In 2015, Bryant led all hitters in both home runs and RBIs while earning unanimous selection to his second consecutive All-Star game; he also won league MVP honors that year.
Bryant's breakout campaign: He batted .330 with 44 home runs and 130 RBIs en route to winning NL MVP honors, becoming just the third player ever to win an award unanimously (along with Ty Cobb and Hank Aaron). In 2017, Bryant once again led all major leaguers in batting average (.340), homers (41) and slugging percentage (.605); he also set new records for total bases (248) and on-base percentage (.441).
Bryant as he posted career highs across the board including 36 homers, 117 RBIs, 118 walks, 2 stolen basesand a .348 batting average - good for fifth place on The Sporting News' list of "The 100 Greatest Baseball Players". Kris – now a four time all star – as he hit 41 homers along with 112 rbi’s setting new fve singleseason records at bothbatting average & homeruns. His 10 intentional walks were second most ever behind only Barry Bonds’ 13 back during their rivalry.
26. Lucas Gilbreath
Gilbreath was drafted in the sixth round of the 2016 MLB Draft by the Colorado Rockies. Gilbreath made his professional debut with the Rookie Level Grand Junction Rockies and had a 3-1 record, 1.97 ERA, and 36 strikeouts in 38 innings pitched before being promoted to Short Season A Asheville Tourists where he finished 2017 with a 7-5 record, 2.81 ERA, and 106 strikeouts in 116 innings pitched.
Gilbreath has split time between starting (75%) and relief (25%) throughout his career thus far but is projected to start for Colorado this season as part of their starter's bullpen mix alongside Adam Ottavino, Chad Bettis, Carlos Estevez, Freddy Galvis Jr., Antonio Senzatela Jr., Joel Peralta and German Márquez . He is known for having a high velocity fastball which can reach 97 mph as well as an excellent slider that he uses to generate strikes against opposing hitters (.225 batting average against versus left handed batters).
Gilbreath was named Co-Player of The Year along with Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s father Vladmir Guerrero during the 2018 Rocky Mountain Baseball League postseason after leading all pitchers in wins (11) while posting a 2.05 ERA over 22 games started including one complete game victory en route to winning MVP honors
27. Michael Toglia
Michael Toglia was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the first round of the 2018 MLB Draft. He played collegial baseball at UCLA, where he hit .335 with 24 home runs and 76 RBIs in 132 games as a junior.
Michael is considered to be an excellent defensive first baseman and has averaged 2 assists per game over his minor league career thus far. Michael signed a $1 million deal with the Rockies prior to the 2019 season and will likely see time at both first base and left field for Colorado this year Toglia made his MLB debut with the Colorado Rockies in 2022.
Toglia is a left-handed hitter and has played primarily at first base in his career. Toglia has had some success over the course of his career, posting a batting average of .216 and 12 RBIs through 22 appearances. Michael also plays for the Italy national team and was part of their World Baseball Classic roster in 2021. As an Italian player, Michael brings a unique perspective to both baseball and international competition to the table
28. Randal Grichuk
Randal Grichuk is an outfielder for the Colorado Rockies and was drafted by them in the first round of the 2009 MLB Draft. He has spent his entire career with the team, appearing in over 1000 games and hitting over 250 home runs.
In 2016, he led all major league hitters with a .923 OPS and won a Gold Glove Award as well as Silver Slugger Awards from both Baseball America and Sporting News. Grichuk also played in two All-Star Games (2011 & 2017) and helped lead Team Canada to victory at the World Baseball Classic in 2013.
After struggling with injuries throughout much of 2018, Grichuk announced that he would be retiring after this season on September 6th Grichuk became a major leaguer in 2014 with the St. Louis Cardinals, batting .247 with 175 home runs and 512 RBIs over seven seasons. Grichuk was traded to Toronto in 2018, where he has continued his success, posting an average of .282 with 49 home runs and 137 RBIs through the 2020 season.
Grichuk is originally from Long Beach, CA but currently resides in Arizona during the offseason. Randal is married to Kelli and they have two children together - daughter Reagan (born 2016) and son Jaxson (born 2019). In addition to playing baseball, Grichuk enjoys golfing and racing cars
29. Antonio Senzatela
- NL Rookie of the Month (April 2017)
Senzatela made his MLB debut with the Colorado Rockies in 2017. He had a 2-1 record and 3 saves with the Rockies that year. In 2018, he pitched to a 6-7 record and 4 saves for the Rockies.
Senzatela is known for his high velocity pitching which has led him to having success in both Majors thus far in his career. Antonio Senzatela is a Venezuelan professional baseball pitcher for the Colorado Rockies.
He was drafted by the Rockies in the 7th round of the 2016 MLB Draft. As a rookie in 2017, he pitched to an impressive 4-1 record with a 2.02 ERA and 147 strikeouts over innings pitched (169 total). In 2018, his ERA increased slightly to 3.86 but he still managed to post solid numbers with 117 strikeouts over innings pitched (146 total).
30. Ezequiel Tovar
Ezequiel Tovar is a young shortstop who has been with the Colorado Rockies since he was drafted in the first round of the 2017 MLB Draft. He made his professional debut in 2018 with Short Season Tri-City and hit .302/.373/.539 with 4 home runs and 21 RBIs in 53 games.
In 2019, Tovar split time between Class A Asheville and High-A Modesto where he posted impressive batting averages of .305/.378/.544 with 8 home runs and 43 RBIs in 57 games each season. The 21 year old Venezuelan National Team member also appeared for Nicaragua at the Central American Baseball Championship where he registered an impressive hitting line of .381/.460/1125 over 105 plate appearances (.426 OBP).
At 6'0", 190 lbs., Ezequiel Tovar possesses excellent speed, throwing ability, arm strength and range which should only continue to improve as he progresses through the minor leagues; making him one of the most promising shortstops available in baseball today
31. Yonathan Daza
Yonathan Daza is a right-handed outfielder for the Colorado Rockies. He was drafted by the Rockies in the fourth round of the 2016 MLB draft. Yonathan made his professional debut with Rookie Level Grand Junction in 2017 and spent 2018 with Short Season Tri-City before being promoted to High Class A Asheville in 2019.
In 120 games played between Tri-City and Asheville, Daza hit .277/.345/.488 with 10 home runs and 54 RBIs. This season he has continued to rake, batting .304/.366/.569 through 112 games played with Double-A Hartford Yonathan Daza was born on April 9, 1999 in the town of Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2. At just 17 years old, Yonathan made his MLB debut with the Colorado Rockies in 2019 and impressed from the get-go.
3. In 132 at bats during his rookie season he hit .282 with 4 home runs and 67 RBIs - all while playing solid defence at shortstop. 4. Yonathan is a hardworking player who continues to improve year after year - looking poised for future success in MLB. 5. He's been linked to multiple teams throughout his career but has yet to sign an extension so far; it'll be interesting to see where he ends up next.
32. Elehuris Montero
Montero was drafted 44th overall by the Colorado Rockies in the 2018 MLB Draft. Montero spent his first three professional seasons with the Isotopes, where he posted a .268 batting average with 24 home runs and 93 RBIs in 194 games.
In 2020, Montero made his Major League debut for the Rockies, appearing in just two games before being sent back to Albuquerque. He returned to Denver at the end of August 2021 and hit .292/.376/.541 with six homers and 33 RBIs over 79 contests for Colorado that season as well as getting called up again late in September to play against Oakland in a National League Wild Card game which they lost 5-1..
The 22 year old Montero started 2022 with Triple A Albuquerque after hitting .311/.391/.508 with 16 HR & 73 RBI over 82 games during Spring Training..
33. Alan Trejo
Trejo was signed by the Colorado Rockies as an amateur free agent in 2016. Trejo has played shortstop and second base for the Rockies since signing, but is projected to be moved to third base in 2018 due to injury concerns at that position.
Trejo has a .269 batting average with 10 home runs and 44 RBIs over 116 games this season. He was named National League Rookie of the Month for September after hitting .385 with 4 home runs and 18 RBIs in 19 games during that month. Trejo made his major league debut on July 26th, 2017 against the Arizona Diamondbacks, going 0-for-4 with two strikeouts..
He finished 2017 ranked 20th among all rookies in MVP voting, won rookie of year honors from Baseball America magazine and was nominated for best defensive player at midseason awards show by MLB Network commentators
34. Austin Gomber
Austin Gomber was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the first round of the 2013 MLB Draft. He made his debut with the organization in 2016 and appeared in 25 games, posting a 3-5 record with a 4.92 ERA.
In 2017, he pitched to a 9-7 record and 2.93 ERA over 131 innings while striking out 129 batters. Gomber as he is 11-0 with an 0.85 ERA over 119 innings, earning him American League Pitcher of the Month honors twice already this season.
Austin Gomber made his MLB debut for the St. Louis Cardinals on June 2, 2018. He has played for the Colorado Rockies during the 2021 season and beyond. Austin Gomber is a pitcher who has posted a win-loss record of 21-19 with an earned run average of 4.66 and 302 strikeouts in 546 innings pitched over his career thus far.
The 23-year old from San Diego was selected by the Cardinals in the first round (30th overall) of the 2017 MLB Draft out of California State University, Fullerton where he finished third all time in school history with 83 wins while posting a 1.92 ERA in 191 appearances (165 starts). Austin Gomber's addition to one team might not be permanent as he is eligible for free agency following the 2022 season
35. Eric Young Sr.
- All-Star (1996), World Series champion (2021), Silver Slugger Award (1996), NL stolen base leader (1996)
Eric Young Sr. was a professional baseball player who spent his entire career with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He played in over 1,500 games and had a batting average of .283 as well as 79 home runs.
Eric Young Sr.'s most memorable moment came when he hit two home runs in an 8-7 victory over the St Louis Cardinals in the 2003 NLCS, which led to the Dodgers' first championship since 1988. After leaving baseball following the 2006 season, Young has since been working as a coach for the Atlanta Braves, helping them reach back-to-back World Series appearances for the first time in franchise history Eric Young Sr.
was a 10-time All Star and 5-time Gold Glove award winner in his 17 year career as an outfielder with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Colorado Rockies, Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers and Texas Rangers. Eric Young Sr., also known as "The Freak", won three NL MVP Awards (1995, 1997 & 1998) and two AL MVP Awards (1996 & 2002). He is one of just six players in history to have at least 3,000 hits and 500 home runs in their career - joining Hank Aaron、Babe Ruth、Joe DiMaggio、Ted Williams and Manny Ramirez。 In addition to being a five time Gold Glove Award Winner at first base – which he played for all but 2 seasons of his 17 year career – he was also named to 13 All Star teams and 8 Silver Slugger Teams while accumulating 438 stolen bases during that same span
36. Dinelson Lamet
San Diego Padres
- All-MLB Second Team (2020)
Lamet was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the first round of the 2010 MLB Draft. Lamet made his MLB debut with the Rockies in 2016 and has since been a mainstay on their staff.
In 2017, Lamet had an excellent season pitching for San Diego before being traded to Colorado at the trade deadline. Lamet is known for his strong command of both his pitches and has developed into one of baseball's top pitchers over recent years He was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2017 MLB Draft by the San Diego Padres.
Lamet had an outstanding rookie season, going 16-20 with a 4.08 ERA and striking out439 batters over 395 innings pitched. In 2019, Dinelson Lamet went 8-4 with a 3.24 ERA in 131 innings pitched for the Padres before being traded to Colorado Rockies in 2020 where he has continued his successful career so far, winning two games this year (including one complete game).
37. Gavin Hollowell
Hollowell was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the third round of the 2017 MLB draft. He made his professional debut with the Short-Season Tri-City Dust Devils in 2018 and pitched to a 0-1 record, 3.93 ERA and 47 strikeouts over 28 innings.
In 2019, Hollowell split time between Class A Asheville and Double-A Hartford where he compiled a 5-7 record, 3.51 ERA and 123 strikeouts across 116 2/3 innings pitched (11 starts). The 25 year old is currently pitching for Triple-A Albuquerque where he has posted an 8-5 record, 4.06 ERA and 129 strikeouts over 113 1/3 innings pitched (10 starts).
Hollowell made his MLB debut with the Colorado Rockies on September 19, 2022. Hollowell has a win-loss record of 0-2 and an earned run average of 7.71 in his three seasons in the MLB. Hollowel strikeouts 8 batters per game while walking only 1 batter in his short career so far.
38. Tyler Kinley
Kinley was drafted by the Rockies in the sixth round of the 2010 MLB Draft. Kinley made his major league debut with Colorado in 2018 and had a 2.86 ERA over 53 innings pitched.
Kinley is primarily a starting pitcher, but he can also pitch out of the bullpen if needed. Kinley has been touted as one of the top young pitchers in baseball and could potentially be a cornerstone player for Colorado down the road.
Tyler Kinley made his MLB debut with the Minnesota Twins in 2018. Tyler Kinley is a right-handed pitcher who has racked up 180 strikeouts in just over 100 innings pitched across three seasons of Major League Baseball play. Tyler Kinley's main strength lies in his ability to control hitters, as evidenced by his 4.44 earned run average and 7-6 win-loss record thus far.
In 2020, Tyler Kinley was traded to the Colorado Rockies, where he has continued to pitch well for their divisional rivals so far this season (through May 10th).
39. Ryan Feltner
Ryan Feltner is a pitcher for the Colorado Rockies. He was drafted by the Rockies in the 3rd round of the 2014 draft. He has appeared in 36 games over two seasons with Colorado, posting an 8-10 record and 4.11 ERA.
Feltner also spent time at both Single-A and Double-A this past season, where he had a 2-1 record with a 1.67 ERA in 31 appearances (27 starts). His fastball averages around 88 mph and his slider provides good deception on pitches offspeed hitters might be expecting to see more often than not Ryan Feltner made his MLB debut for the Colorado Rockies on September 5, 2021.
After going 4-10 with a 6.16 ERA in 20 appearances (19 starts), he was traded to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim before the start of the 2022 season. In 62 innings pitched for LA, Feltner compiled a record of 8-6 with 2 saves and an ERA of 3.72, helping them capture their first ever World Series title that year. He has since played for other teams including the Atlanta Braves (2024–25) and Washington Nationals (2026).
The right-hander is currently a free agent and is rumoured to be heading back to his home state of California to play for the Oakland Athletics next season
40. Jake Bird
Bird was drafted in the first round of the 2017 MLB Draft by the Colorado Rockies. Bird has spent most of his professional career with the Albuquerque Isotopes, where he has a 4-3 record and 2.01 ERA in 18 appearances (17 starts).
In 2018, Bird made his Major League debut with the Rockies and finished 0-1 with a 7.12 ERA over 5 innings pitched. Bird is known for his aggressiveness on the mound, throwing nearly 100 mph fastball that can touch 102 mph as well as an effective slider and changeup Bird made his MLB debut with the Colorado Rockies in 2022.
Bird has a win-loss record of 2–4 and an earned run average of 4.91. He has struck out 42 batters in 79 games played so far this season. Bird is currently batting .255 with two home runs and seventeen RBIs on the year thus far.
41. José Ureña
José Ureña made his MLB debut in 2015 with the Colorado Rockies. He has played for the Marlins, Orioles, and Brewers organizations over the past few seasons.
In 2019, he pitched for Miami and had a 3-4 record with a 5.11 ERA in 60 innings pitched. José Ureña is likely to remain a starting pitcher in the major leagues because of his strong stats and ability to strike out batters consistently.
José Ureña was drafted in the first round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the Miami Marlins. He made his MLB debut with the Marlins on April 14, 2015 and has since played for them through 2020. José Ureña is a left-handed pitcher and throws a fastball, slider, changeup and forkball.
In 2018 he had his best season statistically - posting a record of 39 wins against 62 losses as well as an ERA of 4.80 which ranked him 10th in baseball that year. José Ureña has been selected to play in two All Star games (2015, 2017). As part of Team Venezuela at this year's World Baseball Classic he helped lead them to their second consecutive championship title after defeating Canada 3-1 in the final game
42. Dexter Fowler
- All-Star (2016), World Series champion (2016)
Dexter Fowler is a 36-year old outfielder for the St. Louis Cardinals who has been a free agent since 2017. Fowler made his MLB debut in 2008 with the Colorado Rockies and went on to play for the Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres, Arizona Diamondbacks and St.
Louis Cardinals over nine seasons. He has amassed 127 home runs and 517 RBIs in that time frame. Injuries have limited Fowler's ability to produce at an elite level throughout his career - he played only 113 games between 2016-2017 due to various injuries including ankle surgery - but he still maintains an average batting average of .259 with 127 homers and 149 stolen bases across all 9 seasons of his MLB career so far.
Dexter Fowler will be remembered most fondly by Dodger fans as he helped lead Los Angeles back to prominence after they were relegated from first place in NL West in 2014 during their time together with Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke (a period which included 4 NLDS appearances). After leaving LOSD following the 2018 season where they finished 3rd behind SF & NYY respectively, there are rumours circulating suggesting that Dex may retire at age 38 having achieved everything possible within baseball despite recurring injury problems throughout his playing days...stay tuned.
43. Adam Ottavino
Boston Red Sox
Adam Ottavino made his MLB debut in 2012 with the Colorado Rockies. He has spent parts of six seasons with the Mets, and was a member of their 2017 World Series team.
Ottavino throws right-handed and bats left-handed, making him an unusual pitcher/batter combination in baseball. In 2018 he set career highs for wins (17), innings pitched (235) and strikeouts (240).
In 2019 he had another strong season, posting a 2.92 ERA while striking out 269 batters over 233 innings pitched – both marks were tops in the National League. Ottavino is one of the top pitchers in baseball and has been for many years.
He was drafted by the Colorado Rockies back in 2006, and has since made a name for himself as one of the game's best. Ottavino enjoyed great success with the Rockies, leading them to two division titles during his time there. After being traded to the Yankees at the start of 2019, he quickly established himself as one of their better starters - winning 9 games in his first 10 starts.
Ottavino is an excellent all-round pitcher who can contribute on both sides of the ball (he hit .285/.354/.481 last year). He'll be hoping to continue this form into next season, when he joins forces with some new teammates in New York City...
44. Sean Bouchard
Sean Bouchard was born on May 16, 1996 in San Diego, California. He is a first baseman and outfielder for the Colorado Rockies. In 2019 he had an outstanding season with the Albuquerque Isotopes, batting .338 with 23 home runs and 94 RBIs in 131 games played.
Sean has represented his country at both the U17 and U20 levels, winning a gold medal at the 2018 World Championships as well as being named to the All-Tournament Team twice during those tournaments. His performance this year earned him selection to participate in MLB's All-Star Futures Game which will be held on July 11th of next year Sean Bouchard made his MLB debut with the Colorado Rockies in 2022.
Sean batted .297 with 3 home runs and 11 RBIs in 36 games during his rookie season. Sean was named to the All-Star team for the first time in his career in 2022, which was also his first year of eligibility. In 2023, Sean had another successful rookie campaign batting .291 with 6 home runs and 25 RBIs over 154 games played. After two seasons of solid play, Sean signed a five-year contract extension with the Rockies on December 12th, 2024 worth $105 million dollars.
45. Pedro Astacio
Pedro Astacio was born in the Dominican Republic on November 28, 1968. He made his MLB debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1992 and played for them until 2006.
During his time with the Dodgers, he won two NL West titles (1996, 1998) and one NL Championship (2001). After leaving LAD, Astacio spent three years with the Washington Nationals before retiring at age 36 due to injury concerns.
Pedro Astacio is a former baseball pitcher who played for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Colorado Rockies and Houston Astros. Pedro Astacia was born in Panama on December 8th, 1978. He began his professional career with the Dodgers in 1992 and made his major league debut two years later.
Over the course of 13 seasons, Pedro Astacio compiled a win-loss record of 129-124 with an earned run average (ERA) of 4.67 and 1,664 strikeouts. In 2002, he joined the Boston Red Sox as part of their championship team that year; he then went to play for Texas Rangers before finishing his playing career with San Diego Padres in 2006..
46. Steve Reed
Reed was a pitcher for the Giants, Orioles and Diamondbacks. He had an ERA of 3.21 over 10 years in the MLB, including a 2.93 ERA in 2005 with Baltimore.
Reed is best known for his time with San Francisco where he won two World Series championships (2002, 2003). In 2002 he became one of just four pitchers to win both Rookie of the Year and MVP Awards in the same season (along with Felix Hernandez, Miguel Tejada and Ryan Howard).
After leaving baseball he worked as a pitching coach for several teams before joining ESPN's Baseball Tonight studio show as an analyst in 2013 Reed was a starting pitcher for the Colorado Rockies from 1998-2001. He had a record of 49-44 with an ERA of 3.63 and 630 strikeouts in 658 innings pitched.
Reed signed as a free agent with the San Francisco Giants in 2002, and he played there until 2006 when he was traded to Cleveland Indians. In 2007, Reed signed with the Atlanta Braves and spent two seasons (2007-2008) with them before being released at the end of 2008 season Steve Reed then returned to Cleveland Indians where he finished his career playing for their Triple A affiliate Columbus Clippers in 2013
47. Justin Lawrence
Lawrence was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the fourth round of the 2014 MLB Draft. He made his professional debut with the Grand Junction Rockies in 2015, posting a 3-3 record and 2.72 ERA in 10 games (nine starts).
Lawrence spent 2016 with both the Lancaster JetHawks and Asheville Tourists, compiling a combined 5-5 record and 2.92 ERA in 26 appearances (25 starts). In 2017, Lawrence posted an 8-7 record with a 3.48 ERA for Colorado's Double-A affiliate San Antonio Missions before being called up to Triple-A Albuquerque Isotopes where he finished out the season with a 6-6 record and 4.52 ERA over 21 appearances (20 starts).
Lawrence has split time between starting pitcher and relief pitcher throughout his career but is expected to start 2018 as one of Colorado's five starters at Triple A Tulsa Drillers .
48. Noah Davis
Noah Davis was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 2nd round of the 2017 MLB Draft. He attended high school at Orange Coast College before being drafted by the Rockies.
Noah is a left-handed pitcher that throws 96 mph with an above-average curveball and changeup. His fastball has good movement, allowing him to get strikeouts as well as groundballs out of innings; he also has a strong command of his pitches which makes him difficult to hit for opposing hitters.
In 23 starts between High School and Oregon State University, Davis posted a 13-7 record with 147 strikeouts across 116 innings pitched (11 games started). At Oregon State University, Davis led Division I college baseball in ERA (1.93), WHIP (.981), complete games (14) and shutouts (3). After two years at Oregon State University, Davis was selected 22nd overall in the 2020 MLB draft by Pittsburgh Pirates but did not sign due to electing to return for his senior year at OSU where he won another National Championship.
49. Carlos Estévez
Estévez played in the MLB for the Rockies from 2016 to 2018. He is a right-handed pitcher and bats and throws right-handed. Estévez was drafted by the Angels in 2013, but did not sign with them until 2015 due to an elbow injury that required surgery.
In 2017, he had his best season as a professional pitching 23 starts with a 3.89 ERA and 129 strikeouts over 151 innings pitched (14 appearances). In 2018, he started 16 games but was sidelined after only three innings with another injury; this time it was shoulder inflammation which led to him undergoing Tommy John Surgery on May 21st of that year which ended his season prematurely at just 26 years old .
Carlos Estévez made his MLB debut for the Colorado Rockies on April 23, 2016. Carlos Estévez is from the Dominican Republic and was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in 2013. Carlos Estévez has a win-loss record of 18-21 with an earned run average of 4.59 and 312 strikeouts in 573 innings pitched over 6 seasons in the majors. In 2019, Carlos Estévez became only the fourth player to earn three consecutive Gold Glove Awards at third base, joining Lou Brock (1975–1977), Mike Schmidt (1988–1990) and Omar Vizquel (2002–2004).
On October 30th, 2020, Carlos Estévez became just the second player ever to hit two home runs in one inning while playing for both teams in an MLB game when he belted a pair against San Francisco Giants pitcher Derek Holland .
50. Rafael Betancourt
Rafael Betancourt was born in Cumaná, Sucre State, Venezuela on April 29th 1975. He made his NPB debut with the Yokohama BayStars in 2000 and would go onto pitch for the Cleveland Indians from 2003-2005.
The right-handed Betancourt has a career record of 60–79 with an ERA of 4.68 over 122 games pitched in MLB. In 2006 he played for Team Venezuela at the World Baseball Classic and helped lead them to their first ever medal finish, earning him MVP honours along the way Rafael is now retired from baseball but still resides in his home country of Venezuela where he continues to work as a broadcaster for Venezuelan television networks .
Rafael Betancourt was signed by the Rockies as an offseason free agent in 2015. He made his MLB debut on August 22nd that year, pitching 2 innings and earning a win against the Indians. In 2013 he had a breakout season with the BayStars where he posted 16 strikeouts and an ERA of 4.08. After being traded to Colorado in 2009, Rafael continued his success there before signing with Yokohama for this past season...where he finished 1–2 with 16 strikeouts in 18 games played.
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