The Colorado Rockies are having a season to forget. They're last in the NL West with a 62-97 record, sport the worst ERA in the Majors with 5.26 and the third worst FIP in the Majors (worst in the NL) with 4.69. For that reason, the Rockies will be looking to add pitchers this offseason writes Troy Renck of the Denver Post.
Dexter Fowler and Michael Cuddyer are apparently among the available players for trades. He says that although the team doesn't have plans of trading Troy Tulowitzki, “clubs are expected to see if the Rockies will budge as the offseason progresses.”
Fowler, 26, is hitting .300/.389/.474 with 13 HR's, 53 RBI's and a 116 OPS+ in 530 plate appearances for the Rockies this season. Cuddyer, 33, is hitting .260/.317/.489 with 16 HR's, 58 RBI's and a 99 OPS+ in 394 plate appearances in 2012.
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