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Ranking the Rockies: No. 6, Germán Márquez

Germán Márquez struggled to begin the season, but found his stride at time in bumpy 2022 campaign

Ranking the Rockies, No. 7: José Iglesias

Filling the vacancy left by Trevor Story, the veteran SS proved to be one of Colorado’s best hitters in 2022

Ranking the Rockies: No. 8, Yonathan Daza

A shoulder injury took him down for 22 games, but don’t count him out for 2023

Ranking the Rockies: No. 9, Carlos Estévez

The longest tenured Rockies pitcher had another strong season bolstered by an amazing second half. He is now a free agent.

Ranking the Rockies: No. 10, Tyler Kinley

The only thing that slowed Kinley in 2022 was an elbow injury

Ranking the Rockies, No. 11: Sean Bouchard

The 26-year-old infielder/outfielder made the most of his short cup of coffee

Ranking the Rockies, No. 12: Connor Joe

The fan-favorite hitter struggled in the latter half of 2022, and new faces put his roster spot in jeopardy

Ranking the Rockies: No. 13, Lucas Gilbreath

The lefty’s overall strong sophomore season was bookended by stints on the Injured List

Rockies select several contracts in advance of Rule-5 draft

The Rockies protected five prospects from the upcoming Rule-5 draft.

Ranking the Rockies, No. 14: Antonio Senzatela

The righty was hurt multiple times and didn’t have the best showings when he was able to take the mound

Ranking the Rockies, number 15: Kris Bryant

The first year of the new superstar’s tenure with the Rockies didn’t go to plan, but there’s reason to be excited for more

Ranking the Rockies: No. 16, Elias Díaz

After signing a three-year deal, Díaz regressed on offense and defense

Ranking the Rockies: No. 17, Sam Hilliard

Sam Hilliard lacked power that gave a promising start to his career in 2022, but will get a fresh start after trade to Atlanta

Ranking the Rockies: No. 18, Dinelson Lamet

The Rockies picked up Lamet late in the season and relied on him frequently out of the bullpen.

Ranking the Rockies: No. 19, Jake Bird

There were ups and downs, but Jake Bird showcased many tools in 2022 that could lead to future success.

Ranking the Rockies: No. 20, Austin Gomber

Gomber showed promise in his initial season with Colorado, but a took a step backward in 2022

Ranking the Rockies: No. 21, Randal Grichuk

He had one of the highest groundball percentages in baseball.

Rockies trade Sam Hilliard to Atlanta Braves for minor league pitcher

The move opens up a spot on the 40-man roster while giving Hilliard a change of scenery.

Ranking the Rockies: No. 22, José Ureña

The former Marlin worked up from Triple-A and stuck in the bigs once he was there

Ranking the Rockies: No. 23, Alan Trejo

The Rockies’ back-up shortstop saw more MLB playing time this season.

Ranking the Rockies: No. 24, Wynton Bernard

The 32-year-old outfielder made his long-awaited MLB debut

Ranking the Rockies: No. 25, Elehuris Montero

The Rockies, not Montero, seem to be most at fault for his subpar debut

Ranking the Rockies: No. 26, Jordan Sheffield

The call-up of Wynton Bernard pushed one player off the 40-man roster

Ranking the Rockies: No. 27, Brian Serven

The rookie catcher started off hot, but cooled down the stretch

Ranking the Rockies: No. 28, Ryan Feltner

Despite some rookie struggles, the righty mostly looked the part of a big league SP

Ranking the Rockies: No. 29, Ty Blach

An impressive debut with his hometown team would be the highlight of the mixed bag of results

Ranking the Rockies: No. 30, Noah Davis

He only pitched one inning for the Rockies

Ranking the Rockies: No. 31, Chad Kuhl

Kuhl’s great start - including the finest outing of his career - was overshadowed by a very rough second half

Ranking the Rockies: No. 32, Michael Toglia

A meteoric rise through the minors earned the rookie prospect meaningful playing time in September

Ranking the Rockies: No. 33, Charlie Blackmon

Chuck Nazty posted a negative WAR for the first time since 2011, but still led the team when batting with RISP

Ranking the Rockies: No. 34, Gavin Hollowell

The surface level numbers aren’t kind, but the young righty’s pitch mix and mechanics give him a great foundation for future success

Ranking the Rockies: No. 35, Justin Lawrence

The Lion of Panama finally got consistent big-league innings and shows great promise if he can continue to improve, adapt, and adjust.