Number 9: Kyle Parker
The Rockies drafted Kyle Parker in the first round of the 2010 MLB draft with the 26th overall pick out of Clemson.
The Rockies sent him to Single-A Asheville and for the next three seasons, between Asheville, Advanced-A Modesto, and Double-A Tulsa, Parker played well. In each of the three seasons, he played a minimum of 103 games with a minimum of 21 home runs and 73 RBI and his lowest slash line numbers were .285/.345/.483.
After starting the season at the Triple-A level for the first time in 2014 and playing well, the Rockies called him up to the majors. In just 26 plate appearances, though, Parker only had an OPS+ of 11.
The following season, he started the season at Triple-A again and he saw his minor league numbers decrease as he hit .280/.326/.431 in 93 games. He was still called up to the majors later in the season and in 112 plate appearances, he hit .179/.223/.311 with an OPS+ of 35. The Rockies gave up on him at the end of Spring Training in 2016 and the Reds signed him later that season but he only played in Double-A. That was his final season in professional baseball.