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Ranking the Rockies: No. 22, Yonathan Daza

After ten years in the minors, Daza seemed to find something in the first half before struggling towards the finish line

Ranking the Rockies, No. 23: Carlos Estévez

Estévez finished the season as Colorado’s primary closer

Ranking the Rockies, No. 24: Joshua Fuentes

The infielder was outrighted to Triple-A on Thursday after an up-and-down season

Ranking the Rockies: No. 25, Tyler Kinley

The 30-year-old pitched more than any other Colorado reliever at 70 1⁄3 innings

Ranking the Rockies: No. 26, Ashton Goudeau

The well-traveled long reliever settled back in at Coors Field

Ranking the Rockies: No. 27, Ryan Castellani

The former second round pick was DFA’d and outrighted to Triple-A in late June

Ranking the Rockies: No. 28, Taylor Motter

The journeyman was unable to stick with the MLB club after playing well in Triple-A

Ranking the Rockies, No. 30: Antonio Santos

The young right hander was recalled six different times this year

Ranking the Rockies, No. 31: Alan Trejo

The 25-year-old rookie made just eight starts in the majors but posted an .893 OPS in Triple-A

Ranking the Rockies, No. 32: Ryan Vilade

The Rockies’ top prospect had no significant playing time in 2021 when he made his MLB debut.

Ranking the Rockies, No. 33: Daniel Bard

The reigning NL Comeback Player of the Year was no longer the Rockies closer by the end of 2021

Ranking the Rockies, No. 34: Julian Fernández

The flame-throwing righty returned to the mound after missing three full seasons.

Ranking the Rockies, No. 35: Rio Ruiz

The Albuquerque favorite struggled to gain a foothold with limited playing time.

Ranking the Rockies, No. 36: Matt Adams

The 2019 World Series winner couldn’t find his footing with the Rockies in limited opportunities

Ranking the Rockies, No. 38/37: Ryan Feltner and Peter Lambert

One made his MLB debut, the other made his post-Tommy John surgery debut

Ranking the Rockies: No. 39, Jesus Tinoco

A lone appearance against the Angels sunk Tinoco’s big-league dreams in 2021

Ranking the Rockies, No. 40: Colton Welker

The PED suspension put a damper on what could have been a big year for the 23-year-old

Ranking the Rockies: No. 41, Dom Nuñez

The back-up catcher supplied power but not much else

Ranking the Rockies: No. 43, Justin Lawrence and No. 42, Ben Bowden

Each reliever had a forgettable performance, but at least their rookie statuses remain intact

Ranking the Rockies: No. 44, Chi Chi González

Chi Chi’s 2021 was like his 2020... inconsistent, and not great for his future

Ranking the Rockies: No. 45, Yency Almonte

The right-hander figured some things out in the second half, but was it enough to save his job?

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


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