Found September 14, 2013 on MLB Injury News:
With the Rockies potentially being interested in trading Carlos Gonzalez, there is no way the team could look to trade his partner in crime named Troy Tulowitzki, right? At first thought, you would think "no way! Are you crazy?" While it does seem a bit strange for the Rockies to even think about trading both of their star hitters, it is a possibility. The Rockies will "seriously consider" offers this winter for star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, according to John Harper of the New York Daily News. In a potential deal for Tulowitzki or Gonzalez, the Rockies would not look for young pitching. Harper says that the Rockies consider it "too risky" to add young pitching, as they have had problems developing pitching in their not so friendly pitching stadium. A trade for Tulowitzki may not be as crazy as it sounds. If the Rockies are looking to rebuild, trading a guy like Tulowitzki could really add a ton of talent to their farm system. On the season, Tulowitzki is hitting .313 with 22 home runs and 73 RBI's. Follow Robert on Twitter @RobertMurrayMLB Follow @mlbinjurynews Looking for fantasy baseball advice?
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