Get whatever you can for them
A couple more players who will become free agents after this season or after next season that the Rockies won’t have in their future plans are José Iglesias and Randal Grichuk. Iglesias should get plenty of attention as his batting average has hovered around .300 all season and he is solid defensively.
Grichuk has been a disappointment for the Rox, but he still has a solid track record throughout his career that some team who needs a right-handed bat with some pop who can play multiple outfield positions might take a chance on.
Too early in their career to move just yet
This list is made up of mostly players who still have minor league options or players that Rockies still would like to evaluate them longer before making any rash decisions. These players are Connor Joe, Yonathan Daza, Brian Serven, Jake Bird, Austin Gomber, Ty Blach, Robert Stephenson, Lucas Gilbreath, and Elehuris Montero.
Not sure about these three
So the next three are players that don’t fall into any of the previous categories. They are Jhoulys Chacín, Elias Díaz, and Carlos Estévez.
Chacín has been bad out of the bullpen. However, he has been good in the past and has plenty of experience. There could be a team that would want the veteran’s presence in the bullpen or the Rockies could include him in another package to sweeten a deal.
Díaz has had a rough season so far, but lately he has shown signs of turning it around. The Rockies could decide to move on since Brian Serven has proven to be reliable and Dom Nuñez could easily be brought back up from Triple-A Albuquerque.
Estévez has been bad, but some team might want to take a chance on him. He has a powerful arm but has not been able to put it all together. Maybe different coaching could go a long way for him.