The Milwaukee Brewers seem to bring out the best in Colorado's Troy Tulowitzki.
Off to a strong start after missing most of 2012 with a groin injury, Tulowitzki looks to help the Rockies to a series victory over the Brewers on Wednesday night at Miller Park.
Tulowitzki played 47 games in 2012 and missed the last four months of the season with an injury that required surgery. Through two games in 2013, he is 3 for 9 with a homer in each contest and four RBI for Colorado (1-1), which won 8-4 at Milwaukee on Tuesday.
"It's great to have him out there," said teammate Carlos Gonzalez, who is 4 for 10 with three RBI and also homered in each of the first two games. "Any team would want him on their side. He is one of those players that can win games all by himself."
Tulowitzki is 9 for 22 (.409) with three homers and seven RBI in his last five games at Miller Park. His .397 lifetime average against the Brewers is his highest against any NL club.
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