Arizona Diamondbacks – Daulton Varsho
We’ve already established how the Colorado Rockies love position players who can also catch and that’s what Daulton Varsho does. Varsho has primarily been a catcher at the MLB level but he can play all three outfield spots.
He had an OPS+ of 102 last season as well so he was one of the best players on a putrid Arizona Diamondbacks team.
But he was in MLB.com’s Top 100 prospects before 2020 so it would take a lot to get him.
Los Angeles Dodgers – Zach McKinstry
The chance that the Los Angeles Dodgers trade anyone to the Colorado Rockies is negligible.
The Rockies would love to get Max Muncy just so they wouldn’t have to face him 19 times a season but the Rockies would love just about any of their players. Frankly, most of their 26-man roster would be, at worst, amongst the top five players on the Rockies.
Zach McKinstry is one of the players that has been up and down with the Dodgers in the last two seasons but he has shown (at the Triple-A level) that he can hit.
He hasn’t quite done that at the MLB level yet in 64 regular season games but he can play second, short, third, left, center, and right field.
He may find himself with another team just for the fact that he may not be able to get on the Dodgers roster since it’s so deep.