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Rockies Player Reviews

Ranking the Rockies: No. 1, Antonio Senzatela

The right-hander had a breakout year

Ranking the Rockies: No. 2, Kyle Freeland

New pitch, new delivery, new pitcher

Ranking the Rockies, No. 3: Trevor Story

Story led the Rockies in homers, triples and doubles

Ranking the Rockies no. 4: Germán Márquez

Walks were up, strikeouts were down. But Márquez still had one of his best seasons

Ranking the Rockies: No. 6, Josh Fuentes

Fuentes is the team’s own Rookie of the Year

Ranking the Rockies, No. 7: Daniel Bard

The 2020 NL Comeback Player of the Year provided a much needed feel-good story

Ranking the Rockies: No. 8, Yency Almonte

With an ERA in the twos, Almonte kept the Rockies bullpen from having the worst ERA in baseball

Ranking the Rockies, No. 9: Raimel Tapia

Raimel Tapia improved his average, on-base percentage and OPS, all while cutting down on strikeouts in 2020

Ranking the Rockies, No. 10: Charlie Blackmon

Blackmon is still showing he is valuable with his offensive abilities

Rank the Rockies, No. 11: Ryan McMahon

It was a down year for McMahon, but he’s arguably the third best infielder on the Rockies

Ranking the Rockies, No. 12: Tyler Kinley

The Rockies may have a rare win from the waiver wire

Ranking the Rockies, No. 13: Ryan Castellani

Thrust into the starting rotation, Ryan Castellani rode the 2020 roller coaster through to the end

Ranking the Rockies: No. 14, Chi Chi González

After showing little to separate himself in the rotation, González’s free agency may be looming

Ranking the Rockies: No. 15, Joe Harvey

What if I told you Joe Harvey was the best arm in the bullpen in 2020?

Ranking the Rockies: No. 16, Chris Owings

He made appearances at every position except first base, catcher, and pitcher

Ranking the Rockies, No. 17: Kevin Pillar

The noted center fielder had his best offensive season

Ranking the Rockies: No. 19, Jesus Tinoco and No. 18, AJ Ramos

Each reliever brought a unique story to the September roster

Ranking the Rockies: No. 20, Sam Hilliard

They jury’s still out on young outfielder

Ranking the Rockies, No. 21: Elias Díaz

Even though he didn’t get much playing time, Díaz was the best of the Rockies’ catchers

Ranking the Rockies: No. 22, Ashton Goudeau

After pitching exclusively in lopsided contests, we are left to anticipate how the 28-year-old will handle tight situations

Ranking the Rockies: No. 23, Matt Kemp

The former rival took over at DH at had some memorable moments

Ranking the Rockies: No. 25, Tommy Doyle and No. 24, Phillip Diehl

Doyle was the last player to make his MLB debut for the Rockies, while Diehl was the last lefty in the bullpen

Ranking the Rockies: No. 26, Mychal Givens

The Colorado Rockies version of the right-hander was starkly different than the Baltimore Orioles version

Ranking the Rockies: No. 27, Jon Gray

The 28-year-old’s velocity was down before he was placed on the IL in September

Ranking the Rockies, No. 28: Drew Butera

What does the future hold for the 36-year-old catcher?

Ranking the Rockies: No. 29, Garrett Hampson

Being able to play outfield and infield, he’s still the ultimate utility man

Ranking the Rockies: No. 31, Antonio Santos and No. 30, James Pazos

Pazos only pitched in August and Santos made his MLB debut in September

Ranking the Rockies: No. 32, Jose Mujica

Jose Mujica has only two big league appearances under his belt, and much remains to be seen

Ranking the Rockies: No. 33, Brendan Rodgers

Another subpar performance and shoulder injury leads to questions about the young infielder’s future.

Ranking the Rockies: No. 34, Tony Wolters

Wolters’ defense usually makes up for his offense, but not this season

Ranking the Rockies: No. 35, Jairo Díaz

Díaz was given the closer role and lost it in a short span

Ranking the Rockies: No. 36, Wade Davis

After losing the closer job to Daniel Bard, Davis was unable to complete the entirety of his three-year contract


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