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The Colorado Rockies Players, Organizational Affiliates, Prospects + Depth Charts (MLB + MiLB)

Troy Tulowitzki is one of the best all-round shortstops in baseball. he plays Gold Glove caliber defense, and he actually hits well pretty much anywhere whether home (.935 OPS) and Away (.819 OPS).  The team always plays better with their franchise Shortstop is in the lineup - and they have a punchers chance to compete in their Division.

Troy Tulowitzki is one of the best all-round shortstops in baseball. he plays Gold Glove caliber defense, and he actually hits well pretty much anywhere whether home (.934 OPS) and Away (.819 OPS). The team always plays better with their franchise Shortstop is in the lineup – and they have a punchers chance to compete in their Division. In 2013, he hit for a 3 Slash Line of .312/.391/.932 – with 23 HRS and 82 RBI in just 446 AB.  The 28 Year Old missed 36 games this past campaign, and that cost him a chance to win the NL MVP, as he was an early favorite.

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The Rockies will enter the 2014 campaign without Todd Helton for the 1st time in 18 years.  The team is always in a precarious situation when it comes to prospects, talented veteran’s, and an uncertainty of how the team will fare year to year.

Colorado has been a streaky club from 2007 – now.  They made their only World Series Appearance ever in 2007, and the team has had chances for the playoffs most years that Troy Tulowitzki has played in significant AB.

The teams offensive prospects look great with Nolan Arenado, Jordan Pacheco. Dexter Fowler, Wilin Rosario and of course their big #2 Shortstop TULO.  For the most part, this team has been able to develop within.

Yes Carlos Gonzalez was brought in by trade, but that was with the asset the team drafted in Matt Holliday.

Todd Helton:   Look Back At A Franchise Player’s Career

If you don't know how good Wilin Rosario is yet, you will very soon.  This guy is putting up monster numbers from the Catchers position.  In his 1st 899 Career At - Bats, he has launched 52 HRs and driven in 158  RBI.  The 24 Year Old finished 4th in NL Rookie of the Year Voting last season.

If you don’t know how good Wilin Rosario is yet, you will very soon. This guy is putting up monster numbers from the Catchers position. In his 1st 899 Career At – Bats, he has launched 52 HRs and driven in 158 RBI. The 24 Year Old finished 4th in NL Rookie of the Year Voting last season.

The Pitching has improved as much as it can, however you never know of year to year – whether a guy will blow up.

With Nicasio, De La Rosa and Chatwood all coming back, you have to figure that if this team hits, at least it will be competitive.

Management

CEO-
Charles K. Monfort

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GM- Daniel J. O’Dowd/Bill Geivett

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MGR- Walt Weiss

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PCO- Bob Apodaca

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HCO- Dante Bichette

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1BCO- Glenallen Hill

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3BCO- Rich Dauer

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BHCO- Tom Runnells

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BPCO- Jim Wright

All of the players in the Organization Minors and Majors:

Rockies PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Jeff Francis ML 2 X 32
SP2- Jorge De La Rosa ML 7 X 32
SP3- Jhoulys Chacin ML 6 X 25
SP4- Juan Nicasio ML 4 X 27
SP5- Chad Bettis ML 1 X 24
SP6- Rob Scahill ML 2 X 26
SP7- Collin McHugh ML 3 X 26
SP8- Roy Oswalt ML 7 X 36
SP9- Drew Pomeranz ML 0 X 25
SPS- Jeff Manship ML 4 X 29
SPS- Tyler Chatwood ML 3 X 24
RHMR- Matt Belisle ML 8 X 33
RHMR- Adam Ottavino ML 5 X 27
RHMR- Mitchell Boggs ML 5 X 28
LHMR- Josh Outman ML 4 X 29
RHSU- Wilton Lopez ML 6 X 30
RHSU- Manuel Corpas ML 6 X 31
LHSU- Rex Brothers ML 2 X 26
CL- Rafael Betancourt ML 8 X 37
15
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Wilin Rosario ML 5 X 24
1B-
2B- Jonathan Herrera ML 9 X OOO 29
SS- Troy Tulowitzki ML 1 X 30
3B- Nolan Arenado ML 2 X 22
LF- Carlos Gonzalez ML 7 X OOO 28
CF- Dexter Fowler ML 4 X 27
RF- Michael Cuddyer ML 6 X 35
C- Yorvit Torrealba ML 7 X 35
C- Jordan Pacheco ML 4 X 27
1B-
3B- Ryan Wheeler ML 2 X 27
3B- DJ LeMahieu ML 2 X 25
UTL- Charlie Culberson ML 4 X 24
SS- Josh Rutledge ML 1 X 24
OF- Charles Blackmon ML 3 X 27
OF- Corey Dickerson ML 1 X 24
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AAA Colorado Springs Sky Sox (PCL)
CEO- David G. Elmore
GM- Tony Ensor
MGR- Glenallen Hill
PCO- Dave Schuler
HCO- Dave Hajek
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Nick Schmidt AAA 4 28
SP2- Christian Friedrich ML 3 X 26
SP3- Justin Berg AAA 8 29
SP4- Armando Galarraga AAA 8 31
SP5- Sean Gallagher AAA 8 28
SPS- Jeff Manship AAA 4 29
RHMR- Cory Riordan AAA 4 27
RHMR- Steven Hensley AAA 3 27
LHMR-
RHSU- Bobby Cassevah AAA 6 OOO 28
RHSU- Logan Kensing AAA 9 31
RHSU- Edgmer Escalona AAA 6 OOO 27
RHSU- Manuel Corpas AAA 6 X 31
RHSU- Michael Solbach AAA 4 28
LHSU- Hisanori Takahashi AAA 1 38
CL- Greg Burke AAA 5 X INV 31
CL- Roman Colon AAA 13 34
CL- Mike McClendon AAA 6 28
CL- Coty Woods AAA 2 25
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Lars Davis AAA 4 28
1B- Ben Paulsen AAA 2 26
2B- Drew Garcia AAA 4 27
SS-
3B-
LF- Kent Matthes AAA 2 25
CF- Matt McBride AAA 5 28
RF- Tyler Colvin AAA 4 OOO 28
DH-
C- Dallas Tarleton AAA 4 26
C- Jose Gonzalez AAA 7 26
1B-
3B-
UTL- Hernan Iribarren AAA 8 29
UTL- Reid Brignac AAA 6 OOO 27
OF- Xavier Nady AAA 5 35
OF- Tim Wheeler ML 2 X 25
AA Tulsa Drillers (TEX)
CEO- Went Hubbard
GM- Chuck Lamson
MGR- Kevin Riggs
PCO- Darryl Scott
HCO- Darin Everson
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Dan Houston AA 3 27
SP2- Joseph Gardner AA 2 25
SP3- Christian Bergman AA 1 25
SP4- Tyler Matzek AA 1 23
SP5- Tim Gustafson AA 4 29
SP6- Eddie Butler AA 0 22
SP7- Leuris Gomez AA 3 27
SP8- Juan Gonzalez AA 3 23
SP9- Daniel Winkler AA 0 23
SPS- Ryan Buch AA 3 26
RHMR-
LHSU- Kenneth Roberts AA 1 25
RHSU- Cole White AA 4 25
RHSU- Michael Marbry AA 3 29
LHSU- Isaiah Froneberger AA 4 24
CL- Josh Sullivan AA 5 29
CL- Josh Mueller AA 3 24
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Dustin Garneau AA 2 26
1B- Kiel Roling AA 3 26
2B- Angelys Nina AA 4 25
SS- Cristhian Adames ML 3 X 22
3B- Jayson Langfels AA 1 25
LF- Kyle Parker AA 0 24
CF- Delta Cleary Jr. AA 3 24
RF-
DH-
C- Tom Murphy AA 0 22
1B- Henry Wrigley AA 5 27
3B- Timothy Smalling AA 0 26
UTL- Joey Wong AA 2 25
UTL-
OF- Tyler Kuhn AA 4 27
OF- Jaron Shepherd AA 0 25
OF- Rafael Ortega ML 3 X 22
A+ Modesto Nuts (CAL)
CEO-
GM- Mike Gorrash
MGR- Fred Nelson
PCO- Dave Burba
HCO- Jonathan Stone
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Chris Jensen A+ 0 23
SP2- Tyler Gagnon A+ 2 24
SP3- Jonathan Gray A+ 0 22
SP4- Ben Alsup A+ 0 25
SP5- Tyler Anderson A+ 0 24
SPS- Ryan Arrowood A+ 0 23
RHMR- Geoff Parker A+ 0 24
RHMR- William Rankin A+ 0 24
LHMR-
RHSU- Russell Brewer A+ 1 25
RHSU- Patrick Johnson A+ 0 25
RHSU- Bruce Kern A+ 2 25
LHSU- Kraig Sitton A+ 1 25
CL- Scott Oberg A+ 0 23
CL- Jefri Hernandez A+ 1 22
CL- Nelson Gonzalez A+ 4 23
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Ryan Casteel A+ 1 22
1B- Harold Riggins A+ 0 23
2B- Taylor Featherston A+ 2 24
SS- Trevor Story A+ 0 21
3B- Matt Wessinger A+ 0 23
LF- Brian Humphries A+ 0 23
CF- Tyler Massey A+ 3 24
RF- Juan Crousset A+ 4 23
DH-
C- William Swanner A+ 0 22
1B- Drew Beuerlein A+ 1 25
1B- Jordan Ribera A+ 2 25
1B- Dean Espy A+ 1 24
3B- Sam Mende A+ 2 23
UTL- Jose Rivera A+ 1 23
UTL- Niko Gallego A+ 2 25
OF- Jared Simon A+ 3 24
OF- David Kandilas A+ 3 23
A Asheville Tourists (SAL)
CEO- Brian DeWine
GM- Larry Hawkins
MGR- Fred Ocasio
PCO- Joey Eischen
HCO- Mike Devereaux
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Benjamin Hughes A 0 24
SP2- Matthew Carasiti A 0 22
SP3- Jayson Aquino A 0 21
SP4- Shane Broyles A 0 22
SP5- T.J. Oakes A 0 23
SP6- Vianney Mayo A 2 23
SPS-
RHMR- Alving Mejias A 2 22
LHMR- Michael Mason A 0 23
RHSU- Raul Fernandez A 3 23
RHSU- Rayan Gonzalez A 0 23
RHSU- Jesse Meaux A 0 SUS 24
RHSU- Andrew Brown A 0 24
RHSU- Matt Flemer A 0 23
RHSU- Trent Blank A- 0 24
LHSU- Brook Hart A 0 24
LHSU- Michael Mason A 0 SUS 23
CL- Jacob Newberry A 0 23
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Michael Ramirez A 4 23
1B- Ben Waldrip A 0 23
2B- Juan Ciriaco A 2 23
SS- Rosell Herrera A 1 21
3B-
LF- Francisco Sosa A 3 23
CF-
RF-
DH-
C- Jose Briceno A 0 21
1B- Matt Argyropoulos A 0 25
3B-
UTL- Zach Osborne A 0 23
UTL- Jason Stolz A 0 23
UTL- Russell Wilson A 1 SUS 25
OF- David Dahl A 0 19
OF- Dillon Thomas A 1 21
OF- Max White A 0 20
OF- Derek Jones A 0 23
A- Tri-City Dust Devils (NW)
CEO-
GM-
MGR- Drew Saylor
PCO- Frank Gonzales
HCO- Warren Schaeffer
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Ryan Warner A- 19
SP2- Johendi Jiminian A- 21
SP3- Konner Wade A- 22
SP4- Sam Moll A- 21
SP5- Antonio Senzatela A- 18
SP6- Logan Norris A- 23
SPS- Jonathan Vargas A- 24
RHMR- Shawn Stuart A- 25
RHMR- Troy Neiman A- 23
RHMR- Matt Pierpont A- 22
LHMR-
RHSU- Marc Magliaro A- 23
RHSU- Huascar Brazoban A- 24
RHSU- Jerad McCrummen A- 23
RHSU- Anthony Bryant A- 22
RHSU- Eric Nedeljkovic A- SUS 23
LHSU- Alex Rodriguez A- 20
CL- Trent Daniel A- 23
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Ashley Graeter A- 0 24
1B- Sean Dwyer A- 0 22
2B- Patrick Valaika A- 0 21
SS- Michael Benjamin A- 0 21
3B- Patrick Hutcheson A- 0 24
LF- Kyle Von Tungeln A- 0 23
CF- Wilson Soriano A- 0 22
RF- Michael Tauchman A- 0 23
DH-
C- Chris O’Dowd A- 0 23
C- Wilfredo Rodriguez A- 0 19
C- Alex San Juan A- 0 22
1B-
3B-
UTL- Alec Mehrten A- 0 23
UTL-
OF- Marcos Derkes A- 0 22
OF- Sean Dwyer A- 0 22
OF- Jose Monzon A- 0 22
OF- Julian Yan A- 0 22
2013 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Nolan Arenado, 3b
2 David Dahl, of
3 Trevor Story, ss
4 Kyle Parker, of
5 Chad Bettis, rhp
6 Eddie Butler, rhp
7 Tyler Anderson, lhp
8 Tyler Matzek, lhp
9 Jayson Aquino, lhp
10 Ryan Wheeler, 3b/1b/of
2012 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Drew Pomeranz, rhp ML
2 Nolan Arenado, 3b AA
3 Chad Bettis, rhp AA
4 Wilin Rosario, c ML
5 Tim Wheeler, of AAA
6 Trevor Story, ss/3b A
7 Tyler Anderson, lhp A
8 Kent Matthes, of AA
9 Kyle Parker, of A+
10 Josh Rutledge, ss ML
2011 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Tyler Matzek, lhp A
2 Wilin Rosario, c AA
3 Nolan Arenado, 3b A+
4 Christian Friedrich, lhp AA
5 Peter Tago, rhp A
6 Kyle Parker, of A
7 Rex Brothers, lhp ML
8 Juan Nicasio, rhp ML
9 Chad Bettis, rhp A+
10 Hector Gomez, ss AA
2010 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Tyler Matzek, lhp
2 Christian Friederich, lhp
3 Wilin Rosario, c
4 Jhoulys Chacin, rhp
5 Hector Gomez, ss
6 Eric Young Jr., 2b/of
7 Tim Wheeler, of
8 Rex Brothers, lhp
9 Esmil Rogers, rhp
Carlos Gonzalez is latest in the long list of players to take advantage of the thin air in Denver.  CARGO has destroyed the cover off of the ball at a 3 Slash Line of .339/.403/1.033 - with 79 HRs and 253 RBI in just 1168 (or the equivalency of playing 2 full seasons at Coors Field.  His road 3 Slash is .269/.324/.774 - with 48 HRs and 148 RBI in 1248 AB.  To be fair, 2013 he has evolved to hit everywhere finally, sporting a .987 OPS on the Road - to a .930 mark at home.

Carlos Gonzalez is latest in the long list of players to take advantage of the thin air in Denver. CARGO has destroyed the cover off of the ball at a 3 Slash Line of .339/.403/1.033 – with 79 HRs and 253 RBI in just 1168 (or the equivalency of playing 2 full seasons at Coors Field. His road 3 Slash is .269/.324/.774 – with 48 HRs and 148 RBI in 1248 AB. To be fair, 2013 he has evolved to hit everywhere finally, sporting Na .987 OPS on the Road – to a .930 mark at home.  Gonzalez was acquired back 5 years in NOV  of 2008 for popular Rockies player Matt Holliday.  He is definitely filled those shoes admirably.

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