In 2014, the Rockies had two All Stars that represented them at Target Field in Minneapolis in Charlie Blackmon (who got his first All Star nod) and Troy Tulowitzki (who started the game at shortstop).
Again, the Rockies had a few guys that were snubbed from the team. First off, first baseman Justin Morneau had a great start to his Rockies career with these numbers.
He didn’t make the All Star team in the US but, as you can see above, he went to Japan after the season was over and was a part of the “MLB All Stars” team.
Corey Dickerson, who was in his first full season at the major league level, was another guy who put up some good numbers in the first half.
The Rockies also had LaTroy Hawkins as a closer, and he pitched very well in the first half of the season.
The Rockies had three of their four infielders as All Stars in 2015, as Nolan Arenado, Troy Tulowitzki, and DJ LeMahieu all represented the Rockies in Cincinnati.
The Rockies probably should have had another All Star in Charlie Blackmon, as he also posted some great numbers in the first half of the season.