12. Ellis Burks (Career Rockies WAR 12.0)
A true 5-tool outfielder who, if he played in any other era than the one where Ken Griffey Jr. played, would be spoken of in much higher regard.
Ellis is a borderline Hall-of-Famer (again, please @ me on social media if you disagree) and should be spoken of as such. A 2-time member of the 20/20 club, and also a 30/30 campaign on his resume attest to this. Not to mention his longevity with an 18-year career to boot.
Ellis was a surprising member of the best-left fielders in Rockies history as he only spent 289 innings in that spot in his career but this again attests to the impact this man had on the field no matter where he lined up in the outfield as he had the arm to line up in RF for 360 innings as well.
But he played the most roaming the expanses of center field for 1,061 innings. His best year came in 1996, when he was the Rockies everyday left fielder. He led the league in runs (142), slugging (.639), and total bases (392), while adding 40 home runs, 31 steals, 211 hits, 128 RBI, a .344 batting average, and .408 OBP.
That all equates to an OPS+ of 149 and 7.9 WAR. He also added an All-Star nod and won a Silver Slugger. In yet another super-snub, he finished 3rd in MVP voting.