11) Trevor Story’s 2016 season (Age 23 season)
Trevor Story was tasked with replacing Troy Tulowitzki in the 2016 season and he has answered the call on that. He broke onto the scene in 2016 where he hit 27 home runs. 72 RBI, and hit .272/.341/.567 with an OPS+ of 122.
He also had 14 Defensive Runs Saved, which was tops on the Rockies that year.
Why isn’t he ranked higher? Injury. He only played in 96 games due to a fractured finger while sliding into second base headfirst.
10) Carlos Gonzalez’s 2010 season (Age 24 season)
2010 was Carlos Gonzalez’s best season with the Rockies but we have it a little lower than you may think for a few reasons.
In 2010, Gonzalez led the NL in hits (197), won a batting title (.336), was first in total bases (351), was second in slugging percentage (.598), 2nd in RBI (117), 3rd in runs scored (111), 4th in home runs (34), and 6th in OPS (.974).
He won a Gold Glove and Silver Slugger Award and also came in third in NL MVP voting. But his 5.9 WAR is tied for 9th among Rockies aged 25 or under, which is part of why he is lower on this list than you may expect.