29. Armando Reynoso(Rockies Career WAR 8.5)
We crack the top-30 with an original Rockie. The 56th overall pick in the 1992 Inaugural Draft was also the player traded to acquire number 43 on this list. Combined that late-round pick ended up reaping 14 Pitcher WAR. Not a bad return on investment.
Armando never had less than an OPS+ of 101 for the Rox. He led that inaugural squad in wins with 12 and 117 strikeouts in 189.2 innings-pitched(all career highs) to accumulated 1/3 of his career WAR cited above. His relative longevity compared to most on this list so far is also a major factor in this ranking.