Colorado Rockies

Who is Colorado Rockies?

The Colorado Rockies are a Denver, Colorado-based American professional baseball team. The Rockies compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member of the National League (NL) West division. The team plays its home games in Coors Field, which is located in the Lower Downtown area of Denver.

The Rockies began to play as an expansion team for the 1993 season. They played their home games for their first two seasons at Mile High Stadium. They have played at Coors Field since 1995, which has earned a reputation as a hitter’s park. The Rockies have qualified for the postseason five times as a Wild Card winner, each time. The team earned its only NL championship in 2007, after winning 14 of their final 15 games in the regular season earning a Wild Card position. They were swept by the American League (AL) champion Boston Red Sox in the 2007 World Series, in four games.

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AWARDS RECEIVED BY THE COLORADO ROCKIES:

Individual awards

  • NL MVP
  • NLCS MVP
    • 2007 – Matt Holliday
  • NL Rookie of the Year
    • 2002 – Jason Jennings
  • Silver Slugger Award
    • Dante Bichette (1995)
    • Vinny Castilla (1995, 1997–98)
    • Andrés Galarraga (1996)
    • Eric Young (1996)
    • Ellis Burks (1996)
    • Larry Walker (1997, 1999)
    • Mike Hampton (2001–02)
    • Todd Helton (2000–03)
    • Matt Holliday (2006–08)
    • Carlos González (2010, 2015)
    • Troy Tulowitzki (2010–11)
    • Michael Cuddyer (2013)
    • Nolan Arenado (2015–18)
    • Charlie Blackmon (2016–17)
    • Trevor Story (2018)
    • Germán Márquez (2018)
  • Hank Aaron Award
    • 2000 – Todd Helton
  • Gold Glove Award
    • Larry Walker (1997–99, 2001–02)
    • Neifi Pérez (2000)
    • Todd Helton (2001–02, 2004)
    • Carlos González (2010, 2012–13)
    • Troy Tulowitzki (2010–11)
    • Nolan Arenado (2013–18)
    • DJ LeMahieu (2014, 2017–18)
  • Manager of the Year Award
    • 1995 – Don Baylor
    • 2009 – Jim Tracy
  • NL Batting Champion
    • Andrés Galarraga (1993)
    • Larry Walker (1998, 1999, 2001)
    • Todd Helton (2000)
    • Matt Holliday (2007)
    • Carlos González (2010)
    • Michael Cuddyer (2013)
    • Justin Morneau (2014)
    • DJ LeMahieu (2016)
    • Charlie Blackmon (2017)
    • DHL Hometown Heroes (2006)
  • Team award
    • 2007 – Warren Giles Trophy (National League champion)
    • 2007 – Baseball America Organization of the Year

 

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Colorado Rockies Roster for 2019 is:

Active roster

Pitchers

Starting rotation

  • 21 Kyle Freeland, as well as
  • 55 Jon Gray, as well as
  • 50 Chi Chi Gonzalez, as well as
  • 23 Peter Lambert, as well as
  • 48 Germán Márquez

Bullpen

  • 62 Yency Almonte, as well as
  • 71 Wade Davis, as well as
  • 37 Jairo Díaz, as well as
  • 54 Carlos Estévez, as well as
  • 51 Jake McGee, as well as
  • 29 Bryan Shaw, as well as
  • 32 Jesús Tinoco

Closer

  • 45 Scott Oberg

Catchers

  • 58 Dom Nunez
  • 14 Tony Wolters

Infielders

  • 13 Yonder Alonso, as well as
  • 28 Nolan Arenado, as well as
  • 1 Garrett Hampson, as well as
  • 24 Ryan McMahon, as well as
  • 9 Daniel Murphy, as well as
  • 27 Trevor Story

Outfielders

  • 19 Charlie Blackmon, as well as
  • 31 Yonathan Daza, as well as
  • 20 Ian Desmond, as well as
  • 15 Raimel Tapia

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INACTIVE ROSTER

Pitchers

  • 35 Chad Bettis
  • 60 Ryan Castellani
  • 64 Phil Diehl
  • Joe Harvey
  • 34 Jeff Hoffman
  • 61 Sam Howard
  • 63 D. J. Johnson
  • 74 Justin Lawrence
  • James Pazos
  • 49 Antonio Senzatela

Infielders

  • 8 Josh Fuentes
  • 4 Pat Valaika

Outfielders

  • 56 Noel Cuevas
  • 26 David Dahl Injury icon 2.svg
  • 43 Sam Hilliard

Manager

  • 10 Bud Black

Coaches

  • 39 Stu Cole (third base)
  • 75 Kyle Cunningham (bullpen catcher)
  • 36 Steve Foster (pitching)
  • 53 Ron Gideon (first base)
  • 40 Darren Holmes (bullpen)
  • 16 Dave Magadan (hitting)
  • 77 Aaron Muñoz (bullpen catcher)
  • 11 Mike Redmond (bench)
  • 41 Jeff Salazar (assistant hitting)

60-day injured list

  • 44 Tyler Anderson
  • 7 Brendan Rodgers

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