Number 3- Michael Cuddyer
Number 3 was not a huge debate on this one but there have been a few Rockies that wore the number.
He spent three seasons with the Rockies and the second season is why he’s on the list. In that season (2013), he was an All-Star, won a Silver Slugger Award, and came in 20th in NL MVP voting. He also won the NL batting title that year as well.
Number 4- Jeffrey Hammonds
This was a close one but even though Jeffrey Hammonds was only a Rockie for one season (2000).
The main competitor Hammonds has is Nick Hundley. His first season with the Rockies was good but the second was a big dropoff.
Hammonds, in that one season, played in 122 games and he hit 20 home runs, had 106 RBI, 14 stolen bases, a slash line of .335/.395/.529, and an OPS+ of 111. He was also an All-Star.
By bWAR, Hammonds was at 2.3 in the one season and Hundley had 2.0 in two seasons.