The last time we met on this website for a Colorado Rockies quiz, I gave you something I thought was pretty difficult — all 24 non-roster invitees from 2015's spring training. Today, let's do something that is probably a lot easier, even though it'll be under the gun for time.
The Rockies have a tradition of position players on All-Star teams, from Larry Walker and Todd Helton, to Matt Holliday and Troy Tulowitzki, to Nolan Arenado, Carlos Gonzalez, and DJ LeMahieu. To put it mildly, it's not the same with pitchers.
In fact, only six pitchers in the history of the franchise have ever been named to the National League All-Star Team — including one pitcher who made three All-Star clubs during his Rockies career. Of those eight total appearances on an All-Star roster, only four Rockies pitchers actually threw in the game! (The Rockies' three-time All-Star only appeared in a single game.)
Today — in only 60 seconds — can you name all six Rockies pitchers who have made All-Star teams in the franchise's history?
Like I said, this is probably a little easier than that non-roster invitee quiz. Last names alone are good, don't cheat, don't check the comments before you take the quiz, blah, blah, blah, you know the drill. Have at it:
Well, that was fast. How'd you do? Who'd you miss? (There's really only one acceptable answer not to get on this quiz, and we can discuss who that is in the comments below.)