Opening Day is around the corner and the Colorado Rockies have finalized their 25-man roster, making room for Colorado native, Kyle Freeland, on the mound and sending Miguel Castro out. 

Freeland, a left-handed pitcher from Denver, was selected to the Rockies 2017 Opening Day 25-man roster after designating right-handed pitcher, Miguel Castro, for assignment. Castro a hard-throwing relieve-pitcher joined the Rockies in July 2015 as part of the Rockies' big Troy Tulowitzki trade to the Toronto Blue Jays for Jeff Hoffman, Jose Reyes and Castro. 

Castro still healthy, has struggled with the Rockies and their Triple-A team the Albuquerque Isotopes in his past year with the two teams.  

Freeland, a graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School, will make his major league debut in his hometown Monday as part of the overall 40-man roster this season. 

The team also placed six players on the 10-day disabled list. 

Colorado Rockies 2017 Opening Day 25-man roster
Right-handed Pitchers (9)
Tyler Chatwood
Carlos Estevez
Jon Gray
Greg Holland
Jordan Lyles
German Marquez
Scott Oberg
Adam Ottavino
Antonio Senzatela
Left-handed Pitchers (4)
Tyler Anderson
Mike Dunn
Kyle Freeland
Jake McGee
Catchers (2)
Dustin Garneau
Tony Wolters
Infielders (6)
Cristhian Adames
Alexi Amarista
Nolan Arenado
DJ LeMahieu
Mark Reynolds
Trevor Story
Outfielders (4)
Charlie Blackmon
Stephen Cardullo
Carlos Gonzalez
Gerardo Parra
Disabled List (7)
RHP - Chad Bettis (60-day disabled list - testicular cancer)
OF - David Dahl (stress reaction, sixth rib)
INF - Ian Desmond (fracture, left hand)
RHP - Jario Diaz (recovery from Tommy John surgery)
C - Tom Murphy (fracture, right forearm)
RHP - Chad Qualls (right forearm tightness)
LHP - Chris Rusin (right oblique strain)