Found July 28, 2013 on isportsweb.com:
Michael Cuddyer (Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images) The Colorado Rockies have kept analysts, fans and commenters arguing over the team’s best path leading up to the trade deadline, but the MLB Trade Rumors circulating in these last days seem to ignore all the evidence that points toward a hold status. Michael Cuddyer has surfaced on nearly every Colorado Rockies trade rumor search since around the beginning of July following his 27-game hitting streak.  Many speculated that Cuddyer could be traded for a remedy to the Rockies’ ailing fourth/fifth spots in the rotation. However, on July 19 the Denver Post quoted Dick Monfort, owner of the Colorado Rockies, as saying there was “Not a chance” of trading Cuddyer.  Monfort went on to say that it is intended that Cuddyer replace Todd Helton at first in the 2014 season.  ”Toddfather” Helton is expected to retire at the end of the 2013 season after 17 years of service with the Rockies. The Rockies have clearly stated that neither Troy Tulowitzki...
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