Sam Hilliard: Rockies 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
The Rockies' No. 7 prospect, Hilliard has set career-highs in home runs (35), RBIs (101) and doubles (29) this season.
A Deep Repertoire Elevates Colten Schmidt
The 23rd-round pick out of college pitched his way to high Class A thanks to a deep arsenal and confidence to throw any pitch at any time.
Ben Bowden Progressing Toward Rockies' Bullpen
A second-round pick in 2016, Bowden held Double-A opponents to a .096 average before being promoted to Triple-A Albuquerque.
Ryan Rolison Focuses On Improving His Arsenal
The 2018 first-rounder prioritizes development over results—which is impressive given how well he has pitched this year.
Alan Trejo's Bat Has Developed In Pro Ball
Enhanced selectivity at the plate has helped the former San Diego State shortstop establish himself in pro ball.
Hard Work Pays Off For Alfredo Garcia
The 19-year-old Venezuelan got into better shape and improved his delivery and arm speed, which could pay off handsomely in 2019.
Ben Bowden Works To Tighten His Slider
The 24-year-old reliever gets swings and misses above the belt. Now the Rockies want him to turn his slider into a weapon.
Bret Boswell Packs A Punch
The lefthanded-hitting Boswell launched 27 home runs at two Class A stops last season while playing two positions.
Jesus Tinoco's Future Role Still Undecided
After having success out of the bullpen in the Arizona Fall League, Tinoco could eventually feature in Colorado as either a starter or reliever.
Josh Fuentes Builds His Own Identity
Fuentes escaped the looming shadow of cousin Nolan Arenado by tweaking his swing and enhancing his positional versatility.