Number 3: Carlos Gonzalez (23.7 bWAR, 25.2 fWAR, parts of ten seasons as a Rockie)
Carlos Gonzalez was a Rockies for parts of ten seasons but he was primary right fielder for the last four. He did play a combined 99 games in right field in the previous six seasons.
In the four seasons as primary right fielder, though, they were his worst four full seasons as a Rockie. He compiled a bWAR of 5.3 and an fWAR of 7.2 in that span and he hit .278/.336/.487 with an OPS of 104.
For comparison, from 2009-2013 (he only played 70 games in 2014 due to injury), he hit .307/.368/.552 with an OPS+ of 131 and a bWAR of 16.9 and an fWAR of 18.4.
I really could have him as low as four or as high as two on this list so I decided to split the difference and go with him at three.
Number 2: Dante Bichette (4.8 bWAR, 6.7 fWAR, seven seasons as a Rockie)
Dante Bichette is another player that WAR is not a fan of and it’s because he didn’t walk a lot and he wasn’t good defensively.
He was the Rockies’ primary right fielder in 1993-1994 and 1996 but he also played in right field periodically in other seasons. As the primary right fielder, he compiled an fWAR of 5.2 and a bWAR of 4.7.
In those three seasons, he was an All-Star twice and ranked in 14th and 20th in MVP voting and he had an OPS+ of 113. His best season was in 1996 when he hit 31 home runs, 141 RBI, 198 hits, 114 runs, 31 stolen bases, and a slash line of .313/.359/.531.