Colorado Rockies' top minor league prospects to watch heading into 2019

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Colorado Rockies' top minor league prospects to watch heading into 2019
Colorado Rockies' top minor league prospects to watch heading into 2019

While the Rockies' season came to an unceremonious end via a sweep by the Brewers in the National League division series, there's plenty to look forward to in 2019 when considering the wealth of prospects throughout the club's farm system. Following is a rundown of the top minor league players to watch heading into the offseason as Colorado begins to prepare for next season. Triple-A Albuquerque The Isotopes featured a handful of players who are likely to challenge for big-league roster spots next spring. Most notably, top prospect Brendan Rodgers (.268, 17 home runs for the Yard Goats and Isotopes this season) will figure to compete with Garrett Hampson for a potentially vacant second base

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