Jamie Moyer spent the last season of his 25 year MLB career in a Rockies uniform. He went 2-5 with a 5.70 ERA in 10 starts in 2012 before being granted his release.
However, he pitched much better in the 24 previous seasons as he was a one-time All-Star and he placed in the top 10 in Cy Young Award voting in three different seasons.
He ended his career with a 269-209 record with a 4.25 ERA. With that ERA and his ERA+ (104), I guarantee that Moyer will not even garner the five percent of the vote required to stay on the ballot next year. I would put his vote total at one ballot.
Livan Hernandez started eight games for the Rockies in 2008 and he had a disastrous time with the Rockies as he had an ERA of 8.03.
In his career, he pitched much better as he had an ERA of 4.44 and a record of 178-177 but, again, that won’t get him even getting close enough to get five percent, let alone get in to the Hall of Fame.