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2013 COLORADO ROCKIES

+    Level: MLB
Location:  Denver,CO
Team Record:  74-88   .457
Result:   5th in National League - West Division
Manager(s):  Walt Weiss
General Manager:   Daniel O'Dowd
Stadium:  Coors Field
Attendance:  2,793,828
Payroll:  $75,449,071
Playoffs:  -

Colorado Rockies affiliate history
Oldest Player:  Todd Helton (39)
Youngest Player:  Nolan Arenado (22)
Longest Tenure:  
Top Hitter:  Troy Tulowitzki (14)
Top Pitcher:  Jorge De La Rosa (29)
Top Draft Pick:  Jonathan Gray (#3)

Roster Continuity:  
Top Prospect:   Nolan Arenado
National League Standings
WestWLPctGB
LA Dodgers9270.568--
Arizona8181.50011.0
San Diego7686.46916.0
SF Giants7686.46916.0
Colorado7488.45718.0

TEAM INFORMATION
Players with a dark gray box next to their salary have salaries above the league average. Players who did not start the season on a Major League roster were assumed to earn the major league minimum unless otherwise specified. Check out the payrolls section for more information.
PlayerPosAgeSalaryAvg?Lg Rank 
Jorge De La RosaP32$ 11,000,000  81 
Michael CuddyerRF34$ 10,500,000  86 
Troy TulowitzkiSS28$ 10,000,000  98 
Carlos GonzalezLF27$ 7,928,571   
Todd Helton1B39$ 6,175,000   
Rafael BetancourtP38$ 4,250,000   
Matt BelisleP33$ 4,100,000   
Dexter FowlerCF27$ 3,750,000   
Tyler ColvinOF27$ 2,275,000   
Wilton LopezP29$ 1,762,500   
Jhoulys ChacinP25$ 1,650,000   
Jeff FrancisP32$ 1,500,000   
Mitchell BoggsP29$ 1,475,000   
Jonathan HerreraSS-2B28$ 900,000   
Jon GarlandP33$ 500,000   
Reid BrignacSS-3B27$ 499,000   
Eric YoungLF28$ 492,000   
Rex BrothersP25$ 491,000   
Edgmer EscalonaP26$ 491,000   
Chris Nelson3B27$ 491,000   
Juan NicasioP26$ 491,000   
Adam OttavinoP27$ 491,000   
Jordan Pacheco1B27$ 491,000   
Wilin RosarioC24$ 491,000   
Joshua Rutledge2B24$ 490,000   


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