Latest Update Tulowitzki not in Mondays lineup Mon Jul, 28, 04:16 PM
The whole package at shortstop: has a fantastic glove and range, a great arm, a power bat, the stroke to hit for a high average, excellent patience and the ability to steal a bag. Is also a leader.
Flaws: : Tends to start seasons slowly and needs to find his groove--making him somewhat too streaky. Strikes out too much and could also stand to be more efficient as a base-stealer.
Troy Tulowitzki is on the DL with a left hip flexor strain. He visited a specialist on Sunday to undergo a procedure on his hip. He spent the rest of the evening setting the baseball world abuzz with his appearance in the stands at the Yankees/Rockies game on Sunday, inciting speculation that a trade to the Yankees might be in order. This rumor has since been quashed.Analyst: Joshua Balay
The Mets have become very interested in trading for the Rockies Troy Tulowitzki. They have been reported to offer top pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard in a deal for the star shortstop, who is signed through 2021. The Cardinals have also expressed interest as well but it doesn't sound like the Rockies are willing to make a deal unless the deal is just too good to pass up. Tulo is currently on the disabled list with a left hip flexor strain. He flew to Philadelphia this weekend to meet with a sports hernia surgeon.Analyst: Drew Phelps
On July 23, Troy Tulowitzki was placed on the 15-day disabled list for a left hip flexor strain. This is first trip to the DL this season. Tulowitzki has hit .340 this season, with 21 home runs. According to Tulowitzki, this injury is related to his quadriceps tear in 2008. He states that he will be able to play at a high level when he returns. Tulo is also hoping the Rockies remember to spell his name correctly for his bobblehead night.Analyst: Joshua Balay
We're not sure if this is a bad omen or just the team being cautious, but Tulo seeing a specialist of any kind can't be good. We'll await an update from the team before jumping to conclusions, but this is suddenly turning onto more than just a quick trip to the DL.Analyst: Howard Bender