Colorado Rockies minor league players

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Below is a partial list of minor league baseball players in the Colorado Rockies system and rosters of their minor league affiliates:

Ryan Castellani[edit]

Ryan Castellani
Colorado Rockies
Pitcher
Born: (1996-04-01) April 1, 1996 (age 23)
Phoenix, Arizona
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Ryan Castellani (born April 1, 1996) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Colorado Rockies organization.

Castellani attended Brophy College Preparatory in Phoenix, Arizona.[1] He was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the second round of the 2014 Major League Baseball Draft[2][3] and signed.

Castellani made his professional debut that year with the Tri-City Dust Devils[4] and spent the whole season there, going 1-2 with a 3.65 ERA in ten starts. Castellani spent 2015 with the Asheville Tourists where he was 2-7 with a 4.45 ERA in 27 starts, and 2016 with the Modesto Nuts where he posted a 7-8 record with a 3.81 ERA in 26 starts. In 2017, he pitched for the Hartford Yard Goats, pitching to a 9-2 record and 4.81 ERA in 27 games started.[5] He spent 2018 with Hartford, going 7-9 with a 5.49 ERA in 26 starts.

The Rockies added Castellani to their 40-man roster after the 2018 season.[6] He began 2019 with the Albuquerque Isotopes.[7]

Phil Diehl[edit]

Phil Diehl
Colorado Rockies
Pitcher
Born: (1994-07-16) July 16, 1994 (age 24)
Cincinnati, Ohio
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Phillip Stewart Diehl (born July 16, 1994) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Colorado Rockies organization.

Diehl attended Moeller High School in Cincinnati, Ohio,[8] and Louisiana Tech University. He played college baseball for the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, but missed the 2015 season with an arm injury. The New York Yankees selected Diehl in the 27th round of the 2016 MLB draft.[9] He signed with the Yankees for $50,000 rather than return to college, and was assigned to the Staten Island Yankees of the Class A-Short Season New York-Penn League.[10] He began the 2018 season with the Tampa Tarpons of the Class A-Advanced Florida State League and was promoted to the Trenton Thunder of the Class AA Eastern League.[11]

On March 23, 2019, the Yankees traded Diehl to the Colorado Rockies for Mike Tauchman.[12]

James Farris[edit]

James Farris
Colorado Rockies – No. 63
Pitcher
Born: (1992-04-04) April 4, 1992 (age 27)
Gilbert, Arizona
Bats: Right Throws: Right

James Robert Farris (born April 4, 1992) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Colorado Rockies organization.

Farris attended Highland High School in Gilbert, Arizona, and the University of Arizona, where he played college baseball for the Arizona Wildcats. He pitched for the Wildcats in the 2012 College World Series.[13][14] The Chicago Cubs selected Farris in the ninth round of the 2014 MLB draft.[15] After signing, he made his professional debut with the Boise Hawks, posting a 2.57 ERA in 14 innings pitched. He spent 2015 with the South Bend Cubs and Myrtle Beach Pelicans, compiling a combined 2-8 record and 3.47 ERA in 38 relief appearances, and 2016 with Myrtle Beach and the Tennessee Smokies, pitching to a combined 2-5 record and 2.59 ERA in 43 total games. After the season, he pitched for the Mesa Solar Sox of the Arizona Fall League.[16]

On February 1, 2017, the Cubs traded Farris to the Colorado Rockies for Eddie Butler.[17] He spent the season with both the Hartford Yard Goats and the Albuquerque Isotopes, collecting a 1-3 record and 3.59 ERA with 69 strikeouts in 57.2 innings.[18]

Rayan González[edit]

Rayan González
Colorado Rockies
Pitcher
Born: (1990-10-18) October 18, 1990 (age 28)
Arecibo, Puerto Rico
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Rayan González (born October 18, 1990) is a Puerto Rican professional baseball pitcher in the Colorado Rockies organization.

González attended Antonio Luchetti High School in Arecibo, Puerto Rico and was drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the 18th round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft. He did not sign with the Athletics and attended Bethune–Cookman University. He was then drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 21st round of the 2012 MLB Draft.[19] The Rockies added González to their 40-man roster after the 2016 season.[20] He underwent Tommy John Surgery and missed the entire 2017 season. Gonzalez was outrighted off the 40-man roster on March 31, 2019.

Sam Hilliard[edit]

Sam Hilliard
Colorado Rockies
Outfielder
Born: (1994-02-21) February 21, 1994 (age 25)
Mansfield, Texas
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Samuel Beauman Hilliard (born February 21, 1994) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Colorado Rockies organization.

Hilliard attended Mansfield High School in Mansfield, Texas. He started his college baseball career at Navarro College before transferring to Crowder College. He was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 31st round of the 2014 Major League Baseball Draft out of Crowder, but did not sign and attended Wichita State University.[21] Hilliard was both an outfielder and pitcher in college.[22] After one year at Wichita State, he was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 15th round of the 2015 MLB Draft and signed.[23]

Hilliard made his professional debut with the Grand Junction Rockies and spent 2016 with the Asheville Tourists, 2017 with the Lancaster JetHawks and 2018 with the Hartford Yard Goats.[24] After the 2018 season, he played in the Arizona Fall League.[25] The Rockies also added him to their 40-man roster after the 2018 season.[6] He began 2019 with the Albuquerque Isotopes.[26]

Reid Humphreys[edit]

Reid Humphreys
Colorado Rockies
Pitcher
Born: (1994-11-21) November 21, 1994 (age 24)
Brandon, Mississippi
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Reid Humphreys (born November 21, 1994) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Colorado Rockies organization.

Humphreys attended Northwest Rankin High School in Flowood, Mississippi. He was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the 35th round of the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft, but did not sign and played college baseball at Mississippi State University, where he was a pitcher and played infield and outfield.[27][28][29] After his junior year, he was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the seventh round of the 2016 MLB Draft.[30]

Humphreys made his professional debut with the Grand Junction Rockies where he posted a 1-0 record and a 3.48 ERA in 10.1 innings pitched. He pitched 2017 with the Asheville Tourists, going 1-3 with a 2.56 ERA and 13 saves in 43 relief appearances, and started 2018 with the Lancaster JetHawks before being promoted to the Hartford Yard Goats.

His brother, Tyler Moore, played in the majors.[31]

Peter Lambert[edit]

Peter Lambert
Colorado Rockies
Pitcher
Born: (1997-04-18) April 18, 1997 (age 22)
San Dimas, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Peter Joseph Lambert (born April 18, 1997) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Colorado Rockies organization.

Lambert attended San Dimas High School in San Dimas, California. As a senior, he was the Los Angeles Times prep baseball player of the year after going 13–0 with a 0.34 earned run average (ERA).[32] He committed to play college baseball for the UCLA Bruins.[33]

Lambert was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the second round of the 2015 Major League Baseball draft.[34] He signed with the Rockies and made his professional debut with the Grand Junction Rockies. He pitched in eight games for Grand Junction, going 0-4 with a 3.45 ERA. Lambert spent 2016 with the Asheville Tourists,[35] where he posted a 5-8 record with a 3.93 ERA. In 2017, Lambert played for the Lancaster JetHawks, pitching to a 9-8 record with a 4.17 ERA in a career high 142.1 innings pitched, and, in 2018, he split time between the Hartford Yard Goats and the Albuquerque Isotopes, going a combined 10-7 with a 3.28 ERA in 26 starts between both teams.[36] He began 2019 back with Albuquerque.[37]

Lambert's brother is Jimmy Lambert.[38]

Justin Lawrence[edit]

Justin Lawrence
Colorado Rockies – No. 74
Pitcher
Born: (1994-11-25) November 25, 1994 (age 24)
Panama Canal Zone
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Justin Anthony Lawrence (born November 25, 1994) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Colorado Rockies organization.

Lawrence attended First Coast High School in Jacksonville, Florida and played college baseball at Jacksonville University and Daytona State College. He was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 12th round of the 2015 Major League Baseball Draft and signed.[39]

After signing, Lawrence made his professional debut with the Boise Hawks before being reassigned to the Grand Junction Rockies. In 22 relief appearances between the two teams, he went 0-3 with an 8.39 ERA. In 2016, he played for both Boise and the Asheville Tourists where he pitched to a 4-6 record and 4.98 ERA in 49 relief appearances, and in 2017, he returned to Asheville, going 0-2 with a 1.65 ERA in in only 16.1 innings due to injury. Lawrence spent 2018 with the Lancaster JetHawks, pitching to an 0-2 record and 2.65 ERA with 62 strikeouts in 54.1 relief innings.[40]

After the 2018 season, Lawrence played in the Arizona Fall League.[41][42] The Rockies also added him to their 40-man roster after the 2018 season.[6]

Danny Mars[edit]

Danny Mars
Colorado Rockies
Outfielder
Born: (1994-01-22) January 22, 1994 (age 25)
Sarasota, Florida
Bats: Both Throws: Right

Danny J. Mars (born January 22, 1994) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Colorado Rockies organization. Listed at 6 feet 0 inches (1.83 m) and 195 pounds (88 kg), he is a switch-hitter and throws right-handed.[43]

The Red Sox selected Mars out of Chipola College in Marianna, Florida for their sixth-round pick of the 2014 MLB Draft. A speedy outfielder and line-drive hitter, Mars posted a strong season with the Chipola Indians, while collecting a slash line of .380/.460/.584 with four home runs, 35 runs batted in and 25 stolen bases in 48 games. He also showed advanced recognition skills as a disciplined hitter, based on his 1.45 walk-to-strikeout ratio (29-to-20) in 166 plate appearances.[44] He had committed to play at Florida State University, before being selected by the Red Sox.[43]

Mars made his professional debut with the Short Season A Lowell Spinners in June 2014, hitting .311, which was 4th in the New York–Penn League. This would be followed with a promotion to the Low A Greenville Drive, where he completed his first professional season. Mars was slated to open 2015 at Greenville after a stint in extended spring training, but would eventually make his way to the GCL Red Sox.[45] He then rejoined the Drive during the midseason, slashing a .258./315/.303 line with 19 steals in 50 games.[43]

In 2016, Mars was assigned to the High-A Salem Red Sox, where he slashed .293/.353/.401 and stole 31 bases in 108 games. Mars had a career-night on August 8, when he recorded the first six-hit game for Salem in 32 years. He went 6-for-7 and drove in a career-high five runs, including two doubles and two triples, as he fell a home run short of the cycle in the 13-inning, 12–11 victory against the visiting Lynchburg Hillcats.[46] Mars was injured after that and finished the season among the top-10 Red Sox prospects in several categories, ranking second in stolen bases behind Yoan Moncada (45), third in triples (10) to Aneury Tavárez (13) and Andrew Benintendi (12), seventh in hits (120), eighth in batting average and runs scored, and tenth in OBP. Mars was selected to join the Surprise Saguaros of the Arizona Fall League during the postseason.[47]

Mars spent 2017 with the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs where he compiled a .304 batting average with six home runs and 47 RBIs with a .754 OPS in 119 games.[48] Mars started the 2018 season with Double-A Portland. He was released by the Red Sox organization on March 29, 2019.

On April 5, 2019, Mars signed a minor league contract with the Colorado Rockies organization.

Tyler Nevin[edit]

Tyler Nevin
Colorado Rockies
Infielder
Born: (1997-05-29) May 29, 1997 (age 21)
Poway, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Tyler Joseph Nevin (born May 29, 1997) is an American baseball infielder in the Colorado Rockies organization.

Nevin attended Poway High School in Poway, California.[49] He underwent Tommy John surgery as a junior in 2014, forcing him to miss the whole season.[50] As a senior, he batted .409 with seven home runs and 22 RBIs.[51] He was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in first round, 38th overall, of the 2015 MLB draft.[52] He signed with the Rockies for $2 million,[53] forgoing his commitment to play college baseball at UCLA.[54]

Nevin made his professional debut that year with the Grand Junction Rockies[55] and spent the whole season there, batting .265 with two home runs and 18 RBIs in 53 games. He played one game in 2016 for the Boise Hawks before his season was ended due to a hamstring injury.[56] He began 2017 back with Boise, and after six games, was promoted to the Asheville Tourists[57] where he finished the year batting .299/.353/.454 with eight home runs, 52 RBIs, and ten stolen bases. He spent 2018 with the Lancaster JetHawks[58] where he slashed .328/.386/.503 with 13 home runs and 62 RBIs in 100 games.[59] After the season, he played for the Salt River Rafters of the Arizona Fall League[60] where he won the AFL batting title and finished second in MVP voting.[61] He began 2019 with the Hartford Yard Goats.[62]

Nevin is the son of Phil Nevin, who was the first-overall pick in the 1992 MLB draft and is currently the third base coach of the New York Yankees.[63]

Dom Nunez[edit]

Dom Nunez
Colorado Rockies – No. 58
Catcher
Born: (1995-01-17) January 17, 1995 (age 24)
Elk Grove, California
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Dominic Manuel "Dom" Nunez (January 17, 1995) is an American professional baseball catcher in the Colorado Rockies organization.

Nunez was drafted by the Rockies in the sixth round of the 2013 Major League Baseball draft out of Elk Grove High School in Elk Grove, California.[64] After signing with the Rockies, he was assigned to the Grand Junction Rockies to begin his professional career; he spent the whole season there, posting a .200 batting average with three home runs and 23 RBIs in 55 games. He returned to Grand Junction in 2014 and greatly improved, slashing .313/.384/.517 with eight home runs and 40 RBIs in 46 games. In 2015, he played for the Asheville Tourists where he batted .282 with 13 home runs and 53 RBIs along with an .821 OPS.

Prior to the 2016 season, MLB.com named him the 7th best catching prospect in baseball.[65] He spent 2016 with the Modesto Nuts where he batted .241 with ten home runs and 51 RBIs, and 2017 with the Hartford Yard Goats where he posted a .202 batting average with 11 home runs and 28 RBIs.[66]

Chris Rabago[edit]

Chris Rabago
Colorado Rockies
Catcher
Born: (1993-04-22) April 22, 1993 (age 26)
Riverside, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Christopher Daniel Rabago (born April 22, 1993) is an American professional baseball catcher in the Colorado Rockies organization.

Rabago played college baseball at the University of California, Irvine. He was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 13th round of the 2014 Major League Baseball Draft[67] and signed.

After signing, Rabago made his professional debut with the Tri-City Dust Devils and spent the whole season there, batting .225 with 12 RBIs in 47 games. He spent 2015 with the Grand Junction Rockies where he slashed .306/.353/.441 with three home runs and 28 RBIs in 45 games. He played in the Arizona Fall League after the season. In 2016, he played with the Asheville Tourists where he compiled a .272 batting average with 32 RBIs in 77 games, and in 2017, he played for the Lancaster JetHawks where he batted .272 with one home run, 43 RBIs, and 25 stolen bases in 89 games.[68]

The Rockies added Rabago to their 40-man roster after the 2017 season.[69] He began 2018 with the Hartford Yard Goats. On August 22, 2018, Rabago was claimed off waivers by the New York Yankees and immediately optioned to Double A.[70] During the 2018 Winter Meetings, the Kansas City Royals selected Rabago from the Yankees in the minor league phase of the Rule 5 draft.[71] He was then traded back to Colorado for cash considerations.[72]

Jesús Tinoco[edit]

Jesús Tinoco
Colorado Rockies
Pitcher
Born: (1994-03-07) March 7, 1994 (age 25)
Maturín, Venezuela
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jesús Tinoco (born April 30, 1995) is a Venezuelan professional baseball pitcher in the Colorado Rockies organization.

Tinoco signed with the Toronto Blue Jays as an international free agent in September 2011. He made his professional debut in 2012 with the DSL Blue Jays where he was 0-4 with a 4.14 ERA in 12 games (seven starts). He also played in two games for the GCL Blue Jays at the end of the season. In 2013, he played for the GCL Blue Jays where he compiled a 0-5 record and 5.09 ERA in 12 games (nine starts) and in 2014 he pitched with the Bluefield Blue Jays where he was 1-9 with a 4.95 ERA in 13 games (12 starts). Tinoco began 2015 with the Lansing Lugnuts.

On July 28, 2015, the Blue Jays traded him, along with José Reyes, Miguel Castro and Jeff Hoffman to the Colorado Rockies for Troy Tulowitzki and LaTroy Hawkins.[73] Colorado assigned him to the Asheville Tourists and he finished the season there. In 22 starts between the two teams, he pitched to a 7-6 record and 2.97 ERA. He spent 2016 with Asheville and the Modesto Nuts where he compiled a combined 3-11 record and 6.86 ERA in twenty starts and 2017 with the Lancaster JetHawks where he posted an 11-4 record and 4.67 ERA in 24 starts.[74]

The Rockies added him to their 40-man roster after the 2017 season.[75] He spent 2018 with the Hartford Yard Goats, going 9-12 with a 4.79 ERA in 26 starts.[76] He began 2019 with the Albuquerque Isotopes.[77]

Ryan Vilade[edit]

Ryan Vilade
Rome Braves vs. Asheville Tourists, May 30, 2018 (66) Ryan Vilade.jpg
Vilade (#4) with the Asheville Tourists, 2018
Colorado Rockies
Shortstop
Born: (1999-02-18) February 18, 1999 (age 20)
Frisco, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Ryan James Vilade (born February 18, 1999) is an American professional baseball shortstop in the Colorado Rockies organization.

Vilade was born and raised in Frisco, Texas and attended Frisco High School as a freshman, sophomore, and junior.[78] In July 2016, after his junior year, he played in the Under Armour All-America Baseball Game at Wrigley Field and won the Home Run Derby with 18 home runs.[79] That fall, he was a member of the 18U United States national team.[80] He moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma before his senior year after his father became an assistant coach for the Oklahoma State Cowboys baseball team.[81][82] After moving, he enrolled and graduated from Stillwater High School in Stillwater. As a senior, he was named the Oklahoma Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year after batting .410 with seven home runs and 28 RBIs along with slugging .778.[83] He committed to play college baseball for the Oklahoma State Cowboys.[84] Vilade was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the second round (48th overall) of the 2017 MLB draft and he signed.[85]

After signing, Vilade made his professional debut with the Grand Junction Rockies. He hit a home run in his first at-bat[86] and was named to the Pioneer League All-Star game.[87] He spent the whole season with Grand Junction, slashing .308/.438/.496 with five home runs and 21 RBIs in 33 games.[88] He spent 2018 with the Asheville Tourists where he batted .274 with five home runs, 44 RBIs, and 17 stolen bases in 124 games.[89]

Vilade began 2019 with the Lancaster JetHawks.[90]

Colton Welker[edit]

Colton Welker
Colorado Rockies
Third baseman
Born: (1997-10-09) October 9, 1997 (age 21)
Coral Springs, Florida
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Colton Welker (born October 9, 1997) is an American professional third baseman in the Colorado Rockies organization. As of May 2019 he is ranked as the #82 prospect in baseball according to MLB.com

Welker was drafted by the Rockies in the fourth round of the 2016 MLB draft out of Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.[91] He signed with Colorado, forging his commitment to the University of Miami.[92]

Welker spent the 2016 season with the Grand Junction Rockies, where he was named both a Pioneer League mid-season All-Star and a Rockies organizational All-Star at the end of the season after batting .329 with five home runs and 36 RBIs in 51 games. He spent 2017 with the Asheville Tourists where he posted a .350 average with six home runs and 33 RBIs in only 67 games due to injury.[93] In 2018, he played with the Lancaster JetHawks where he slashed .333/.383/.489 with 13 home runs and 82 RBIs in 114 games.[94] He was named a California League mid-season All-Star[95] along with earning a post-season All-Star selection.[96]

Welker began 2019 with the Hartford Yard Goats.[97]

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Triple-A[edit]

Albuquerque Isotopes roster
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Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders


Manager

Coaches

  • 10 Tim Doherty (hitting)
  • 27 Brandon Emanuel (pitching)


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Double-A[edit]

Hartford Yard Goats roster
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Pitchers

  • 35 Ben Bowden
  • 51 Logan Cozart
  • 15 Ty Culbreth
  • 31 Jordan Foley
  • 19 Rico Garcia
  • 20 Brandon Gold
  • 33 Rayan Gonzalez
  • 17 Ashton Goudeau
  • 18 Scott Griggs
  • 12 Alexander Guillen
  • 26 Heath Holder
  • 27 Mitch Horacek
  • 27 Reid Humphreys Injury icon 2.svg
  • 23 Jack Wynkoop

Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

  •  0 Willie Abreu Injury icon 2.svg
  •  8 Vince Fernandez
  •  5 Manuel Melendez
  • 16 Vance Vizcaino


Manager

  • 13 Warren Schaeffer

Coaches


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Class A-Advanced[edit]

Lancaster JetHawks roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 12 Moises Ceja
  • 29 Matt Dennis
  • 30 Tommy Doyle Injury icon 2.svg
  • 24 Will Gaddis
  • 43 Lucas Gilbreath
  • 20 Nate Harris
  • 15 Erick Julio Injury icon 2.svg
  • 35 Salvador Justo
  • 31 Nick Kennedy
  •  8 Kenny Koplove
  • 17 Braxton Lorenzini
  • 33 Austin Moore
  • 14 Ryan Rolison
  • 16 Antonio Santos
  • 18 Garrett Schilling

Catchers

  • 10 Austin Bernard
  •  5 Joel Diaz

Infielders

  •  7 Sean Bouchard
  • 41 Luis Castro
  • 13 Todd Czinege
  • 36 Carlos Herrera
  •  6 Matt McLaughlin
  • 28 Taylor Snyder
  •  4 Ryan Vilade

Outfielders

  • 11 Casey Golden
  •  2 Matt Hearn
  • 25 Ramon Marcelino


Manager

Coaches

  • 34 Dave Burba (pitching)
  • 23 Frank Gonzales (supervisor of development)
  • 21 Tom Sutaris (hitting)


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Class A[edit]

Asheville Tourists roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • -- Jake Bird
  • 29 Nick Bush
  • 14 Ryan Feltner
  • 26 Alfredo Garcia
  • 19 Eric Hepple
  • 22 Boby Johnson
  • 21 Nick Kennedy
  • 10 Shelby Lackey
  • 28 Alexander Martinez
  • 30 Mike Nikorak
  • 27 Riley Pint
  • 15 PJ Poulin
  • 18 Ryan Rolison

Catchers

  •  9 Javier Guevara
  • 25 Greg Jones
  • 23 Willie MacIver

Infielders

Outfielders

  •  8 Will Golsan
  •  4 Cade Harris
  • 24 Daniel Montanto


Manager

Coaches


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Short A[edit]

Boise Hawks roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 54 Miguel Ausua
  • 53 Joel Condreay
  • 55 Peyton Gray
  • 23 Pearson McMahan
  • 22 Jeffri Ocando
  • 28 Colten Schmidt
  • 37 Reagan Todd

Catchers

  • 18 Hidekel Gonzalez

Infielders

  • 17 LeeMarcus Boyd
  • 21 Danny Edgeworth
  •  9 LJ Hatch
  •  8 Trey Jacobs
  • 15 Robert Metz

Outfielders

  • 48 Luke Morgan


Manager

Coaches

  • -- Ryan Kibler (pitching)
  • 5 Cesar Galvez (coach)


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Rookie[edit]

Grand Junction Rockies roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 36 Wander Cabrera
  • 45 Aneudy Duarte
  • 34 Trent Fennell
  • 22 Eris Filpo
  • 14 Colton Harlow
  • 44 Cayden Hatcher
  • -- Colton Hathcock
  • 26 Alejandro Mejia
  • 43 Jesse Stinnett
  • 23 Rayne Supple
  • 37 Will Tribucher

Catchers

  • 10 Jacob Barnwell

Infielders

  • 30 Reese Berberet
  •  7 Cristopher Navarro

Outfielders

  • 16 Niko Decolati
  •  8 Zach Hall


Manager

  •  3 Jake Opitz

Coaches


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Rookie[edit]

Dominican Summer League Rockies roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 44 Victor Azor
  • 55 Jerald Cabrera
  • 49 Brayan Castillo
  • 77 Gregoris Chalas
  • 56 Junior Franco
  • 57 Kevin Garcia
  • 25 Eliecer Guevara
  • 68 Robinson Hernandez
  • 66 Daniel Jimenez
  • 58 Raul Lopez
  • 51 Victor Mendez
  • 78 Ever Moya
  • 71 Luis Noguera
  • 62 Luis Ozoria
  • 53 Alan Perdomo
  • 76 Enmanuel Pio
  • 41 Felix Ramires
  • 61 Stalyn Sanchez
  • 64 Manual Tovar

Catchers

  • 45 Jose Cordova
  • 63 Gabriel Gil

Infielders

  • 65 Jesus Baptista
  • 70 Jose Colon
  • 74 Justin Oferman
  • 80 Johendry Vasquez

Outfielders

  • 52 Branfiel Concepcion
  • 72 Junior Guerrero
  • 48 Francisco Palma
  • 43 Gerard Ramos


Manager

  • -- Mauricio Gonzalez

Coaches

  • -- Eugenio Jose (hitting)
  • -- Florentino Nunez (hitting)


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Dominican Summer League Colorado roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 22 Anderson Amarista
  •  5 Luis Amoroso
  • 36 Anderson Bido
  • 23 Diego Blanco
  • 38 Enrique Castillo
  •  8 Roger Contreras
  • -- Luis De Avila ‡
  • 16 Wuardo Fernandez
  • 34 Carlos Gonzalez
  • 30 Javier Martinez
  • 11 Juan Mejia
  • 35 Helcris Olivarez
  • 32 Kleiver Osorio
  • 27 Carlos Perez
  • 29 Anderson Pilar
  • 40 Raymells Rosa
  • 37 Juan Toribio
  • 20 Daniel Velasquez

Catchers

  • 18 Bernnie Alaniz
  •  4 Ronaiker Palma
  •  6 Bryant Quijada

Infielders

  •  2 Julio Carreras
  • 14 Eddy Diaz
  •  1 Vladimir Dilone
  • 24 Francisco Ortiz
  • 21 Bladimir Restituyo
  • 26 Enrique Saldana
  •  9 Ezequiel Tovar
  •  7 Hanser Valerio

Outfielders

  • 13 Yeikel Blandin
  •  3 Walking Cabrera
  • 33 Fadriel Cruz
  • 17 Steven Fana
  • 15 Johan Liberato
  • 12 Yolki Pena


Manager

  • -- Julio Campos

Coaches

  • -- Michael Ramirez (hitting)
  • -- Helmis Rodriguez (pitching)


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* On Colorado Rockies 40-man roster
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporary inactive list
Roster updated March 28, 2019
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