Outside the realm of pitching, the Rockies had two other players that put up numbers that could have made them All-Stars. One of them was a frequent All-Star game snub: Andres Galarraga…and he put up pretty good numbers in the first half.
He finished the season with 31 home runs and 106 RBI. Another snub was Rockies outfielder, Larry Walker. His snubbing was even more egregious, especially if you look at his slash line.
At the end of the season, he came in 7th place in NL MVP voting. He finished with 36 home runs, 101 RBI, a .306 AVG, an OPS of .988, and an OPS+ of 131.
So, even though the 1995 Rockies only had two All-Stars, they realistically could have had up to seven.