With the turn of the century and millennium, the Rockies, under new manager Buddy Bell, were able to get three All-Stars to represent them at Atlanta’s Turner Field. However, all three were on National League manager Bobby Cox’s bench. They were Todd Helton, third baseman Jeff Cirillo, and outfielder Jeffrey Hammonds (the latter two were in their first seasons as Rockies).
They, again, did have more deserving candidates but, surprisingly, all were pitchers.
Lefty-one-out-guy (aka LOOGY) Mike Myers, in his first season in purple pinstripes, pitched very well in the first half of the season. However, it was in limited innings (21 2/3 innings in 37 games).
The other guy is also a lefty reliever. Gabe White was actually acquired by the Rockies after the season had started (April 7) from the Cincinnati Reds. He pitched very well out of the Rockies bullpen, though, as his ERA before the break was less than 2.00.
As you probably know, though, relievers that aren’t closers have a very hard time getting to the All-Star game, as shown by Adam Ottavino this season.