19. Dexter Fowler (Rockies Career WAR 9.5)
Dexter was a fan favorite that always seemed to find a way to snatch away a hit. Though never an analytics darling on the defensive side, he was always regarded as above average with a good arm to match.
Fowler, a 3-tool player, leveraged those to the maximum with his $82.5 MM deal with the Cardinals back in 2016 that runs until 2021.
His best year in purple-pinstripes came in 2012 as the leadoff hitter on one of the best lineups in Rockies history. That year he slashed .300/.389/.474 racking up an OPS+ of 119 and WAR of 2.6, the second-most WAR in a single season of his career. His on-field talents coupled with an endearing personality made for some fun times in lean years for a young franchise.