Players from each non-contender that the Colorado Rockies should look at
The Toronto Blue Jays
The Toronto Blue Hays have faltered after a hot start to the season as they have a record of 25-32, which is 13.5 games back of the Yankees and 10 back of the second AL Wild Card spot.
They have a few impending free agents on their roster but the player that could help the Rockies the most is Justin Smoak.
The switch-hitting first baseman was a first-time All Star last season and he has 38 home runs, 90 RBI with a .270/.355/.529 slash line, and a 129 OPS+. In 2018, he is on pace for 26 home runs and 93 RBI in 2018 with a slash line of .247/.379/.445. He is also on pace for 39 doubles as well.
This season, he is only making $4.125 million this season and can be a free agent next season. However, there is a team option for $6 million for next season, and the amount could increase depending on his total plate appearances for the 2017 and 2018 seasons.
Another player that the Rockies should look into that is on the Blue Jays is left-handed starter J.A. Happ, who is yet another option that we mentioned as somebody that will probably be on the trade market.