Jorge Soler could provide the Colorado Rockies with some more power
Of the six players on this list, Jorge Soler would be the biggest power threat for the Colorado Rockies.
Jorge Soler spent the 2021 season between the Kansas City Royals and Atlanta Braves and like Rosario, he was a mid-season acquisition for the Braves that paid huge dividends as he was the World Series MVP.
Soler played in 149 games in 2021 and he had 27 homers and 70 RBI. He had a .223/.316/.432 slashline, an OPS+ of 97, and an rWAR of -0.3. As that WAR indicates, he is not a great defender, which could be a problem in the large outfield of Coors Field but out of the six players.
In 2019 for the Royals, he led the AL in homers with 48 and he had 119 RBI. He hit .265/.354/.569 with an OPS+ of 137. He only had an rWAR of 3.5, though, because his defense was so poor (-9 DRS).
MLBTR predicted a three-year deal and $36 million for him this offseason.
Michael Conforto could be a left-handed power bat for the Colorado Rockies
Michael Conforto has been mentioned as a possible target for the Colorado Rockies before and when he’s healthy, he could be a very good option for them.
Conforto has spent parts of the last seven seasons with the New York Mets and in 2021, he played in 125 games (missing some time due to a hamstring injury). He hit .232/.344/.384 with 14 homers, 55 RBI, and an OPS+ of 101. Due to the injury, it was the worst season for him since 2016.
From 2017 through 2020, he didn’t have a season with an OPS+ below 122. In 2019, he had 33 homers, 92 RBI, a slash line of .257/.363/.494, and an OPS+ of 127.
Conforto could be looking to sign a one-year deal to re-establish his value and if he is, he could be an even better fit for the Colorado Rockies.