3. Trevor Story
Followed by Arenado's success as a hitter for Colorado was his teammate, Trevor Story. Story was a shortstop for the Rockies from 2016-2021 after being drafted by Colorado in the first round of the 2011 MLB Draft.
In 2018, Story joined Arenado as a 100 RBI hitter for the Rockies. That year, he finished with a .291 batting average and a .914 OPS. He went on to hit 37 home runs for the Rockies that year and had a total of 108 RBI's, earning himself his first career All-Star selection and Silver Slugger. The combination of Arenado and Story in 2018 led the Rockies to a post-season birth. Unfortunately, the Rockies would be swept by the Milwaukee Brewers in the divisional series.
Story is now on the Boston Red Sox after signing a six-year $140 million contract in 2022. Since signing this contract, Story has struggled with injuries and has only appeared in 106 games for the Red Sox.