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Rockies Player Reviews

Ranking the Rockies: No 1, Trevor Story

In what will likely be his last season in Colorado, Story took the baton from Nolan Arenado

Ranking the Rockies: No. 3, C.J. Cron

An impressive 2021 campaign netted C.J. Cron a two-year extension and permanent spot in Colorado

Ranking the Rockies: No 4, Germán Márquez

The Rockies ace may have had his ups and downs, but overall it was another solid season for the first-time All-Star.

Ranking the Rockies: No. 6, Elías Díaz

Díaz’s solid season may give Rockies a solution behind the plate

Ranking the Rockies: No. 7, Connor Joe

The fan favorite found a way to make a splash in his first season with the Rockies

Ranking the Rockies: No. 8, Jon Gray

For Gray, it was an uneven year, but in 2022, will he still be sorting things out at Coors Field?

Ranking the Rockies: No. 9, Brendan Rodgers

After years of delays, Rodgers made his impact

Ranking the Rockies: No. 10, Antonio Senzatela

The righty was consistently solid for the Rockies, establishing himself as a mid-rotation arm.

Ranking the Rockies: No. 11, Mychal Givens

Before being traded to the Reds in July, Givens was a solid bullpen arm

Ranking the Rockies, No. 12: Raimel Tapia

We now know for certain what Tapia is at the MLB level.

Ranking the Rockies, No. 13: Charlie Blackmon

Charlie’s power and average all dropped in 2021, but the 35-year-old RF still has two years left in his contract

Ranking the Rockies: No. 14, Lucas Gilbreath

The rookie Colorado Native worked hard to become a bullpen staple during a year of transition.

Ranking the Rockies: No. 15, Robert Stephenson

The former first rounder finished the year strong

Ranking the Rockies: No. 16, Austin Gomber

The pitcher had impressive showings this year, but lacked consistency

Ranking the Rockies: No. 17, Garrett Hampson

His defensive is exceptional; the offense is another matter

Ranking the Rockies: No. 18, Jhoulys Chacín

Chacín, a longtime Rockies starter, experimented in a bullpen role and ended up finding a potential new home

Ranking the Ranking: No. 19, Sam Hilliard

The 27-year-old outfielder slugged 14 home runs in longest stint in the majors

Ranking the Rockies, No. 20: Chris Owings

The veteran infielder has only played 38 games in two years with the Rockies

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