The Colorado Rockies drew three steps closer to setting their Opening Day roster on Monday, as they announced that they had optioned outfielder Raimel Tapia to Triple-A Albuquerque and reassigned infielders Daniel Castro and Rafael Ynoa to Minor League camp.

None of the moves should as that much of a surprise, as the Rockies are deep both a across the diamond and in the outfield. None of the aforementioned players had that impressive of a spring either.

The 24-year-old Castro hit .235 in Cactus League action this spring. The 23-year-old Tapia was slightly better, at .269. Finally, the 29-year-old Ynoa hit .244.

The Rockies’ Spring Training roster now stands 38 players, including Anthony Bemboom, Stephen Cardullo, Chris Denorfia, Kyle Freeland and Harrison Musgrave; all of whom are non-roster invitees.