• Rockies squash Tulo rumors, seek slugger

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Nov 13, 2013
    The Rockies do have their needs this offseason. While Colorado finished in last place in the National League West each of the past two seasons, the Rockies don't feel they are a team that faces a major rebuilding project. Tulowitzki being with the Rockies when they open Spring Training at Salt River Fields next February, however, is as close to a sure thing as you get. They need to fill at least one void in the rotation, possibly two, and they need a run-producing bat to fit in the middle of the lineup, preferably a left-handed hitter in light of the fact Gonzalez is the only purely left-handed bat in the projected everyday lineup.
    Source: MLB.com
    • Rockies looking to add -- not subtract -- key players

      The Rockies are not looking to deal Troy Tulowitzki. In fact, they are hoping to add a big bat and a starter to compete for the '14 NL West title.
      Source: MLB.com

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