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Number 29- De La Rosa
Jorge De La Rosa spent nine seasons as a Rockie and he wore #29 for each and every one of those seasons.
He pitched to an 86-61 record with an ERA of 4.35 with an ERA+ of 105 in 209 games (200 starts). He also accumulated 15.5 WAR in his Rockies career, which is good enough for third-best in the Rockies history.
Number 30- Ritz
Ritz was one of the Rockies’ main starting pitchers from 1994 through 1998 and during that span, he pitched to a 39-38 record with an ERA of 5.20 (100 ERA+) and a WAR of 7.3.
Stay tuned as soon, we will continue on with our list with #31-#40.