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Dexter Fowler has emerged as a serious All-Star candidate.Maybe Tony Robbins was wrong when he famously said "by changing nothing, nothing changes."The biggest complaint about the Colorado Rockies after losing 98 games in 2012 was that they stood pat with their roster. The only changes that were made came in the form of management and coaches. However, a large part of the team that played with little life, made excuses, and routinely got outplayed and beaten would be back to take the field in 2013.Well, through one month of the season, the players on this Rockies team look very much the same as 2012, but they play entirely differently.On Wednesday night in Los Angeles, the Rockies put together another impressive offensive performance in a 7-3 win over the Dodgers. With Josh Beckett on the mound, the Rockies plated three runs in the first inning, then, after Juan Nicasio allowed the Dodgers to tie the game up, the Rockies bounced back and scored four more runs.Carlos Gonzal...
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