Found June 18, 2012 on Rockies Review:
Jeremy Guthrie may have made his final start in a Rockies uniform.On Father's Day, the Colorado Rockies had their fans crying uncle.If Jeremy Guthrie was out to make a statement that he can pitch as long as he isn't at Coors Field, he didn't do anything to drive his point home. Manager Jim Tracy made an easy choice not to return Guthrie to the mound after a rain delay following the 3rd inning.Guthrie was unimpressive. He threw 78 pitches in those three innings, giving up four runs. It was yet another day in a Rockies uniform the righty would like to forget. In fact, it might have been Guthrie's final start in purple.Rumors circulated late on Sunday that the Blue Jays have interest in Guthrie. At the beginning of the season, Guthrie was a guy who fans bantered about being potential trade bait if the Rockies fell out of contention. The thought was that he could garner a few prospects and help the club bolster their depleted farm system. At this point, the club would be...
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