Best Colorado Rockies Players Of All Time

Todd Helton (61.2 WAR)

Helton was the face of the Rockies for most of the 17 seasons he spent with the club and was the first player to have his number retired by the team

Larry Walker (48.3 WAR)

The Canadian-born Walker had already been All-Star with the now extinct Montreal Expos when he signed a free agent deal to play with the Rockies in 1995

Troy Tulowitzki (39.4 WAR)

The Rockies drafted “Tulo” with the seventh overall pick of the 2005 MLB draft and he remarkably finished second in Rookie of the Year voting just two seasons later

Nolan Arenado (33.1 WAR)

After much speculation of what would happen if Arenado hit the free agent market after the 2019 season

Carlos Gonzalez (23.6 WAR)

The Venezuelan-born outfielder who spent the past 10 years gracing Coors Field as a face of the franchise signed with the Cleveland Indians during the offseason

Ubaldo Jimenez (18.9 WAR)

Jimenez was regarded as one of the best pitchers in all of Major League Baseball for a stretch of his six-year tenure in Colorado

Matt Holliday (18.6 WAR)

After nine seasons away from the Rockies, Holliday returned to the franchise last season and played in 25 games

DJ LeMahieu (17.7 WAR)

The star second baseman inked a two-year deal with the New York Yankees this offseason after seven seasons in Colorado

Vinny Castilla (17.5 WAR)

The Mexico native was one of the Rockies expansion draft selections and became one of the team’s first stars

Aaron Cook (17.2 WAR)

While the Rockies have been known more for their hitters, Cook kicks off the list as of one the franchise’s few ace

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