• Tulo, Fowler headed for rehab assignments

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Jul 9, 2013
    "Tulo was shut down for a little bit because he couldn't run. We have to get his legs back. The Rockies will send All-Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki and center fielder Dexter Fowler to Triple-A Colorado Springs for injury rehab assignments that start Monday. Fowler was hit on the right ring finger with a pitch on the same day. Fowler and Tulowitzki shared the diamond for the first time since June on 13 Monday night, only this time it came at Security Service Field instead of Coors Field as both made their first rehab starts with the Triple-A Colorado Springs Sky Sox. He declined to name a day when he could be back with the big league club, once again expressing caution over not rushing the rehab process. Donning their usual Rockies gear pregame the only recognizable change a bright red hat emblazoned with the Sky Sox logo the two Rockies stars chatted with their new teammates as a group of diehards gathered behind home plate and flipped on their cellphone cameras for batting practice.
    Source: MLB.com
    • Tulo's first rehab start goes swimmingly

      Troy Tulowitzki came away from his first rehab start with nothing more than expected soreness, and he sounded optimistic about rejoining the Rockies soon.
      Source: MLB.com
    • Tulo returns to field with single in first rehab at-bat

      The pain has not gone away for Troy Tulowitzki or Dexter Fowler. But as the Rockies fight to stay in the National League West race, neither could resist the urge to push through the remaining pain and help their club.
      Source: MLB.com

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