Colorado Rockies: A look at All-Star snubs throughout their history
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In 1999, the Rockies only had one All-Star representing them at Fenway Park in Boston and that was Larry Walker, who started in right field for Padres manager Bruce Bochy and the NL squad.
However, Todd Helton very well could have been an All-Star as well as he put up some stellar numbers in the first half.
As you can see by the tOPS+, he put up even better numbers in the second half of the season.
Another Rockie that put up good numbers in the first half was Dante Bichette.
Even though he had a good first half of the season, as you can see again by tOPS+, his second half was even better.