Colorado Rockies former general manager Jeff Bridich was not a general manager that was well-revered by anyone: the fans, the media, or the rest of the baseball world.
He was often known to be prickly with the media and prickly with other front offices and, often, lacked communication with his own staff.
He had some epically bad free agent signings (at least for on-field performances) with Wade Davis, Jake McGee, Bryan Shaw, Daniel Murphy, and Ian Desmond. He, essentially, chased away the franchise’s cornerstone (Nolan Arenado) and, perhaps, helped chase off another franchise cornerstone in Trevor Story.
But former Colorado Rockies GM Jeff Bridich has a (slightly) better track record in trades.
He acquired Germán Márquez from the Tampa Bay Rays in the Corey Dickerson trade. That trade will almost certainly be the best trade to come in the Bridich era.
You can see a complete list of the trades and signings made during the Bridich era here.
Another trade that Bridich may have pulled off a good, unsung trade: The trade for reliever Robert Stephenson.