Number 6- Corey Dickerson
This is one of the discrepancies that we mentioned at the beginning. Baseball-Reference says that Kazuo Matsui wore #6 for 2006 and part of 2007 and #7 for the rest of 2007. Baseball Almanac says #16 for 2006 and #7 for 2007. Considering the picture above shows that he wore #16 in 2006 and it would be close battle anyways, Corey Dickerson is the winner.
Dickerson played three seasons with the Rockies and he played to a 4.4 bWAR, with 3.1 of that coming from 2014. That season, he played in 131 games and he hit 24 home runs, 76 RBI, and he hit .312/.364/.567, and an OPS+ of 141.
Number 7- Jeff Cirillo
Unfortunately for Matsui, he doesn’t get number 7 either. Jeff Cirillo gets that honor.
He played two seasons with the Rockies and he was an All-Star in the first season as he had 115 RBI (compared to only 11 home runs). Combined between the two seasons, he hit .320/.379/.475 with an OPS+ of 99.
Seth Smith was another candidate for the winner of #7.
Number 8- Yorvit Torrealba
In parts of five seasons with the Rockies, he hit .256/.313/.379 with an OPS+ of 74 and a bWAR of 1.0.