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Rockies finalize one-year deals with 21 players

The Rockies play their home opener at Coors Field on Friday, April 8.

DENVER — The Colorado Rockies have announced 21 one-year player contracts that have been finalized for the 2022 season.

The Rockies said the financial terms of the contracts were not disclosed, per club policy.

RH Pitchers 

  • Davis, Noah
  • Feltner, Ryan
  • Fernández, Julian
  • Goudeau, Ashton
  • Lawrence, Justin
  • Sheffield, Jordan

LH Pitchers

  • Bowden, Ben
  • Gilbreath, Lucas
  • Gomber, Austin
  • Olivarez, Helcris
  • Rolison, Ryan

Catchers

  • Nuñez, Dom

Infielders

  • Montero, Elehuris
  • Rodgers, Brendan
  • Tovar, Ezequiel
  • Trejo, Alan
  • Welker, Colton

Outfielders

  • Daza, Yonathan
  • Hilliard, Sam
  • Joe, Connor
  • Vilade, Ryan

On Friday, the Rockies officially announced they agreed to terms on a seven-year contract with third baseman Kris Bryant. The contract would lock up Bryant through the 2028 season, according to the Rockies.

The Rockies play their home opener at Coors Field on Friday, April 8.

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Credit: AP
Colorado Rockies' Brendan Rodgers breaks from the batter's box after connecting for a single to drive in two runs off Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Robbie Ray in the fourth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, May 29, 2019, in Denver. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

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