A Glance at Greatness: The Colorado Rockies All-Time Team

Ryan SmithCorrespondent IJuly 9, 2009

DENVER - JULY 08:  Shortstop Troy Tulowitzki #2 of the Colorado Rockies is weclomed home by Todd Helton #17, who scored on Tulowitzki's sixth inning two-run homer against the Washington Nationals during MLB action at Coors Field on July 8, 2009 in Denver, Colorado. The home run gave the Rockies an 8-0 lead over the Nationals.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Team Name: Colorado Rockies

Year Established: 1993

City: Denver

Ballpark: Coors Field

League: National League

Division: NL West

Number of Playoff Appearances: Two

Number of Pennants:One

World Series Titles: Zero

 

All-Time Team

Catcher: Yorvit Torrealba

First Base: Todd Helton

Second Base: Eric Young

Third Base: Vinny Castilla

Shortstop: Neifi Perez

Outfield: Matt Holliday, Larry Walker, Dante Bichette

Pitchers: Jason Jennings, Aaron Cook, Brian Fuentes, Jeff Francis, Pedro Astacio

Bench: Andres Galarraga, Troy Tulowitzki, Ellis Burks

Manager: Clint Hurdle

 

Recap:

The easiest player to pick was Todd Helton, who is, without a doubt, the best player on this team.

The Rockies short existence is the biggest factor to why this team isn't very good compared to the other teams. Most of the newer teams are at a disadvantage. 

Teams that formed at the beginning of the National and American Leagues obviously have an advantage, due to their longevity.  

Not much else to say about this team. All in all, not one of the better all-time teams.

 

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