Isotopes, Rockies Extend Player Development Contract Through 2022

L-R (Isotopes manager Glenallen Hill, Rockies GM Jeff Bridich, Rockies Assistant GM Zach Wilson, Isotopes GM John Traub) (Tim March)

By Albuquerque Isotopes | March 25, 2019 6:57 PM

The Albuquerque Isotopes and Colorado Rockies have extended their current Player Development Contract, continuing their partnership through the 2022 season.

The 2019 season will be the Isotopes and Rockies fifth as affiliates, dating back to 2015. The original Player Development Contract was scheduled to expire following the 2020 season.

"The Isotopes are elated to remain affiliated with the Rockies," said Isotopes Vice President and General Manager John Traub. "The partnership between our two organizations works on many levels, beginning with the strong relationships we have forged with Dick Monfort, Jeff Bridich, Zach Wilson and the entire Rockies organization. The Rockies are a class act and we couldn't be happier to be associated with them."

Traub added, "We are also very excited for our fans to see all of the young, talented players who are coming through the Rockies system play at Isotopes Park on their journey to Denver."

"I speak for the entire Colorado Rockies organization when I say we are thrilled to announce this new affiliate extension with the Albuquerque Isotopes," said Rockies Assistant General Manager - Player Development Zach Wilson. "Ken Young, John Traub, and the Isotopes organization as a whole have been fantastic partners throughout our tenure together. The Topes, the city and the great baseball fans of this community have made Albuquerque feel like home. We look forward to many more years of putting entertaining, energizing, winning baseball on the field."

 

Since the affiliation began, 58 players have come through Albuquerque en route to the Rockies, including Jon Gray Trevor Story Chad Bettis Kyle Freeland , David Dahl, Ryan McMahon and Garrett Hampson.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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