Colorado Rockies: MLB Trade Rumors predicts the top 50 free agents
20. Jonathan Lucroy, Colorado Rockies
Catcher Jonathan Lucroy was acquired by the Rockies before the July 31st trade deadline. He had been struggling since he was traded to the Texas Rangers in 2016. However, he played very well for the Rockies as, offensively, he had an OPS+ of 115 and he helped the pitching staff tremendously.
Both the Rockies and Lucroy have expressed interest in coming together on a deal and MLB Trade Rumors believes that a deal will come to fruition before the offseason is complete: a deal that is for two years and $24 million.
29. Tyler Chatwood, Philadelphia Phillies
Tyler Chatwood was one of the Rockies most consistent pitchers in the final month and a half of the season but prior, he was not thrilled with Rockies manager Bud Black for removing him from the starting rotation. He drove Black (and fans) nuts with the amount of walks he would allow. For this reason, I think that there is a slim chance that he will wear a Rockies uniform next season.
MLBTR seems to share the same sentiments as me as they believe that he will sign the Philadelphia Phillies for a three-year, $20 million dollar contract. However, I personally believe that the years, in particular, are a bit steep.