Justin Morneau had his best season in years despite widespread belief that he could never put up these kinds of numbers again. He won the batting title, but his defense may be his biggest contribution on the field.
It was a terrible year for relief pitching in Denver, but it wasn't LaTroy Hawkins fault. Joked on for his age in many circles, few blinked when the Rockies picked up his option because he keeps getting outs.
As a fifth outfielder who didn't need (or receive) everyday playing time, Brandon Barnes was adequate for Colorado in 2014. He did provide the requisite clubhouse presence for a benchwarmer, so there's that.
Rafael Ynoa very quietly burst onto the scene in 19 games for the Colorado Rockies. Even after producing above the average on both offense and defense, though, his future with the Rockies is questionable.