Found November 14, 2011 on Fragile Freddy's:
73-89, 4th place, 21 GBFragile Freddy’s “Two A Days” series continues today with the Colorado Rockies.  Each day (except Saturday) I will feature two clubs, one AL club, one NL club, and look back at their season.  For each club I will comment on a key position player and pitcher (generally in a positive tone), their #1 prospect according to Baseball America, note what went right and what went wrong.  I will finish up with a 2012 outlook and finally offer some unsolicited advice sure to be brilliant and insightful.Note that all of these were written over the course of October and early November so recent player moves may not be reflected though trades/free agents tend to be rare until late November.Key Position Player – Troy Tulowitzki - .302/.372/.544 – It is a common refrain among sports fans that players sign big deals then get comfortable.  This is widely accepted despite not a hint of evidence to prove its accuracy.  Tulo was just the latest example signing a ten year, $157 mi...
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