18. Steve Reed (Rockies Career WAR 11.8)
No relation to #46 on this list, Reed was a pitcher ahead of his time.
With a quirky delivery and rubber arm, he was able to go from undrafted free-agent to 14-year work-horse out of the ‘pen that could be used in any situation.
Bet you couldn’t have a guess who is currently number 5 all-time in career Rockies pitcher WAR? That’s right: this guy.
A reliever that had an ERA+ above 102 in all but 2 seasons and his best year came in 1997 where he posted an ERA of 2.14 while pitching in 71 games and twirling 79 strikeouts in 84.0 innings pitched while recording 5 wins and 3 saves. This all culminated in a 251 ERA+ and 4.1 WAR, all career highs.