Rockies Player Reviews

Ranking the Rockies #29: Chris Nelson


Chris Nelson started the season as the Rockies Opening Day third basemen. However, several demotions and two teams later, Nelly will be fighting to make a big league roster sometime next season.

Ranking the Rockies #21: Mitchell Boggs


Mitchell Boggs threw innings for the St. Louis Cardinals, Memphis Redbirds, Tulsa Drillers, Colorado Rockies, and the Colorado Springs Sky Sox in 2013.

Ranking the Rockies #31: Reid Brignac


Ultimately, Reid Brignac may be part of a future trivia question: which two players started at third base in Nolan Arenado's rookie season before Arenado was called up?

Ranking the Rockies #32: Chad Bettis


Chad Bettis was rushed to the majors out of necessity. Naturally, his performance at the big-league level can be best described as "up-and-down."

Ranking the Rockies #33: Yorvit Torrealba


2012 catcher Ramon Hernandez was cut out of Spring Training in favor of a fan favorite in Yorvit Torrealba, one of the most notable faces from the Rockies' two most successful seasons in recent...

Ranking the Rockies #34: Josh Rutledge


Josh Rutledge was a compelling uncertainty for the Colorado Rockies headed into 2013, and after a year to evaluate him, he's still a compelling uncertainty heading into 2014.

Ranking the Rockies #35: Edgmer Escalona


Edgmer Escalona had a career high in both games and innings in an up-and-down 2013 for the righty in the Rockies bullpen.

Ranking the Rockies #36: Collin McHugh


There are one too many L's in McHugh's first name. How fitting.

Ranking the Rockies #37: Jeff Manship


While his production left much to be desired, the moniker madness that ensued will live on in Purple Row lore for years to come.

Ranking the Rockies #38: Jeff Francis


It was an up-and-down season (mostly down), but certainly an odd one, for the Rockies' former first-round draft pick.

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