The best players to play a year or less for the Colorado Rockies

DENVER, CO - SEPTEMBER 19: Roy Oswalt #44 of the Colorado Rockies pitches during the game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Coors Field on September 19, 2013 in Denver, Colorado. The Cardinals defeated the Rockies 7-6. (Photo by Rob Leiter/Getty Images)
DENVER, CO - SEPTEMBER 19: Roy Oswalt #44 of the Colorado Rockies pitches during the game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Coors Field on September 19, 2013 in Denver, Colorado. The Cardinals defeated the Rockies 7-6. (Photo by Rob Leiter/Getty Images) /
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Steve Finley, Colorado Rockies
DENVER – MAY 10: Center fielder Steve Finley #12 of the Colorado Rockies dives to catch a fly ball by Ryan Klesko of the San Francisco Giants in the fourth inning on May 10, 2007 at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado. The Rockies won 5-3. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images) /

Leading off for the Colorado Rockies, shortstop José Reyes

José Reyes had a tumultuous career with the Colorado Rockies at the end of his career because he was accused of domestic violence. He played with the team in 47 games in 2015 after he was acquired in the Troy Tulowitzki deal.

He was supposed to play with the team in 2016 but the Rockies released him just before his suspension for the domestic violence concluded.

In his 16-year MLB career, Reyes was a four-time All-Star, won a Silver Slugger Award, and won the NL batting title when he hit .337 in 2011. He received MVP votes in five seasons, including a 7th place finish in 2006, and he had a career 37.4 rWAR.

Hitting second for the Colorado Rockies, center fielder Steve Finley

Steve Finley was a rare breed that played for all five teams in the NL West and for the Colorado Rockies, he played 43 games for the team in 2007 to wrap up his 19-year MLB career.

He primarily played with the D-Backs and Padres and in his career, he hit .271/.332/.442 with an OPS+ of 104. He was a two-time All-Star, won five Gold Gloves, and had two top 15 finishes in NL MVP voting.

He had a career 44.2 rWAR.

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