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Rockies pitching prospects getting some love; vote Troy Tulowitzki in #FaceOfMLB

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Both Kyle Freeland and Jon Gray showed up on MLB.com's ranking of the top minor league hurlers.

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2015 prospect watch: top 10 left-handed pitchers - MLB.com

Kyle Freeland comes in at number seven on MLB.com's list of the ten best left-handed pitching prospects. Freeland's stock has been soaring ever since his drafting last summer, and he might be making an impact in MLB sooner than expected.

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2015 prospect watch: top 10 right-handed pitchers - MLB.com

Jon Gray clocks in at number five. I know everyone is down on Rockies pitching right now, but between Freeland, Gray, Eddie Butler, Tyler Anderson, and Tyler Matzek all having roughly the same ETA with the MLB club, there could be sunnier days ahead.

Rox add former All-Star reliever Jones to Minors staff - Rockies.com

The Rockies added five-time All-Star pitcher Doug Jones to their Minor League staff on Thursday, naming the 16-year Major League veteran as pitching coach for Class A Short-Season Boise of the Northwest League.

And if you're interested in this kind of thing, here's your chance to convince Tulo that we love him very much and please don't leave us.