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Troy Tulowitzki struggling in his return to the playoffs

Not a whole lot of interesting news for the Rockies, but their old pal Troy Tulowitzki is continuing to be ice cold in the postseason.

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Few highs, many lows for Troy Tulowitzki in playoffs – Denver Post

Of all the players in the playoffs, Troy Tulowitzki is the one that has Rockies' fans attention. Tulo went to the playoffs twice during his 10-year stretch with the Rockies, and he’s already in the playoffs after three months with the Toronto Blue Jays. Unfortunately, Tulo has looked like his typical self at the plate this postseason. Before yesterday’s game, where he went 2-for-4 with an RBI double and a single, he struggled. Including his time with the Rockies, Tulo is 16-for-86 in the postseason. The Blue Jays are currently down 2-0 against the Royals, and Tulo – and the rest of the offense for that matter – will need to start stepping up.

Rockies Mailbag: Postseason games, pitching woes, trading CarGo and more - Denver Post

Patrick Saunders answers his weekly mailbag questions, including some about making Coors Field more "pitcher friendly," thoughts on Steve Foster and Darren Holmes, and the possibility of the Rockies being "cursed" by Lanny McDonald. Interesting stuff for sure.


40-Man Ladder – Offseason – Rockies Zingers

Ryan Hammond of Rockies Zingers takes a look into the Rockies current 40-man roster situation. The Rockies have quite a handful of decisions to make this offseason, including decisions on Brandon Barnes and Wilin Rosario.

Colorado Rockies 2015 Report Card: Catchers – RoxPile

Andrew Dill from RoxPile gives new Rockies catcher Nick Hundley an overall grade of a B- for his time with the team this year. Hundley slashed .301/.339/.467 with 21 doubles, 10 home runs, and 43 RBI. Dustin Garneau was given a C and Tom Murphy was given a C- in his short stint with the team. Expect to see a lot more playing time next year from those two.