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Colorado Rockies 60-Man Roster Prospect Analysis



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(Editor's Note: This post has been updated to include all moves through Aug. 30).


Pitchers (27)
Almonte, Yency
Bard, Daniel
Bowden, Ben
Castellani, Ryan
Davis, Wade
Díaz, Jairo
Diehl, Phillip
Doyle, Tommy
Estévez, Carlos
Freeland, Kyle
González, Chi Chi
Goudeau, Ashton
Gray, Jon
Guillen, Alexander
Harvey, Joe
Hoffman, Jeff
Kauffmann, Karl
Kinley, Tyler
Lambert, Peter
Márquez, Germán
Mujica, José
Oberg, Scott
Olivarez, Helcris
Parsons, Wes
Pazos, James
Rolison, Ryan
Rosscup, Zac
Santos, Antonio
Senzatela, Antonio
Shaw, Bryan
Rolison, Ryan
Catchers (7)
Butera, Drew
Díaz, Elias
Nuñez, Dom
MacIver, Willie
Rabago, Chris
Serven, Brian
Wolters, Tony
Infielders (13)
Arenado, Nolan
Boswell, Bret
Fuentes, Josh
Hampson, Garrett
McMahon, Ryan
Mundell, Brian
Murphy, Daniel
Nevin, Tyler
Owings, Chris
Rodgers, Brendan
Schunk, Aaron
Stamets, Eric
Story, Trevor
Toglia, Michael
Trejo, Alan
Vilade, Ryan
Welker, Colton
Outfielders (6)
Blackmon, Charlie
Dahl, David
Daza, Yonathan
Hilliard, Sam
Kemp, Matt
Tapia, Raimel

TOP PROSPECTS
The Rockies have seven of their Top 10 prospects among their player pool, including top prospect Brendan Rodgers, who is currently in the big leagues. That list also includes  LHP Ryan Rolison, 1B Michael Toglia, 3B Colton Welker, OF Sam Hilliard and RHP Ryan Castellani. Hilliard and Castellani are in the big leagues. Three of the Rockies' Top 10 prospects—1B Grant Lavigne and newly drafted prospects OF Zac Veen (No. 2) and C Drew Romo (No. 10) are not in the team's player pool.

The Rockies also have included several more of their Top 30, including Aaron Schunk (No. 11), Tyler Nevin (No. 13), Ben Bowden (No. 15), Karl Kauffmann (No. 16), Helcris Olivarez (No. 20), Tommy Doyle (No. 23), Ashton Goudeau (No. 27) and Yonathan Daza (No. 28).

ADDITIONS AND SUBTRACTIONS
Since the initial release of the Rockies' player pool, Ian Desmond has opted out of the season, and Colorado signed Matt Kemp. They also added several catchers to their pool, including Brian Serven, Willie MacIver and Chris Rabago. The team also released veteran reliever Bryan Shaw and Jake McGee, the latter of whom was added by the Dodgers.

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