Colorado Rockies: 5 Prospects to Debut in 2016

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The Colorado Rockies have one of the highest ranked farm system in the MLB, so let us take a look at five prospects who may earn a call-up in 2016.

The Colorado Rockies are in the midst of a rebuilding process, but their farm system is loading with solid hitting prospects. With the addition of Gerardo Parra this offseason, the Colorado Rockies may look to trade one of their outfielders this offseason or at some point during the 2016 season. The Colorado Rockies need to address their lack of pitching in the upcoming season, with Jon Gray and Jeff Hoffman seen as the highlights in their farm system.

The Colorado Rockies expect Jon Gray to play a large part in the upcoming season, and he likely breaks Spring Training with the Major League squad. Jon Gray made his debut last season with the Colorado Rockies, so for that reason, he will be left off this list, in large part due to the fact that he is a no-brainer to make the roster. However, there are a few players in the Colorado Rockies’ farm system that are close to making their MLB debut in 2016.

While the Colorado Rockies’ farm system is thin in the pitching department, they have a slew of young, talented hitters that are more than capable of making the jump to the MLB in the upcoming season. The Colorado Rockies have several question marks entering the 2016 season, with their outfield logjam and shortstop dilemma topping the lists, so let us take a look at who could earn a call-up in the upcoming season.

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