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Colorado Rockies GM Jeff Bridich talks Tulo; Tulo talks most recent injury

Rockies general manager, Jeff Bridich, pins Tulowitzki trade speculation on misinformed media.

Rockies GM blasts media, has no plans to trade Troy Tulowitzki- The Denver Post
Patrick Saunders provides quotes and footage of Jeff Bridich's take on recent trade rumors surrounding his club's star shortstop. Bridich dismisses the speculation, calling it a "media production." The Rockies' GM attributed the onslaught of trade rumors to the ugly losing streak the team has been struggling with. This is, of course, exactly the case.

Tulowitzki exits in third with quad tightness -
Thomas Harding checks in with Troy Tulowitzki following his early departure from Friday's game. The cringe on Troy Tulowitzki's face is something the Rockies have come to fear in the shortstop's injury plagued career. After leaving last night's game in the third inning, Tulowitzki insisted that he's not worried about the tightness in his left quadriceps but will play it safe this time before it turns into something more.

Rockies' Double-A affiliate New Britain Rock Cats are rolling - The Denver Post
The Rock Cats suffered their first loss in 14 games last night against the Portland Sea Dogs. Irv Moss chats with development supervisor Rob Gideon and pitching coach Dave Burba about what makes this team so dynamic. Also included is an organizational leaderboard loaded with exciting stats. As of this morning, Wes Rodgers has his stolen base total with the Tourists to 25. It's May.


Luck on the Rocks - Rockies Zingers
Richard Bergstrom has lowered his win projection for the Rockies—an 11 game losing streak will do that. In a season as long as this, however, there is still time for anyhting to happen. Richard takes a look at what a little bit of luck can do for the Rockies.

Tyler Matzek, Jon Singleton produce record setting game- Roxpile
Things did not go well for last year's rookie standout, Tyler Matzek, in his first start for the Albuquerque Isotopes. Matzek's disastrous outing in Albuquerque was only one half of what made Wednesday's game one for the books. The Houston Astros sent Jon Singleton back down to Triple-A after playing 95 games for the big club in 2014. On Wednesday, Singleton had the advantage. The 22 year old first baseman plated 10 RBIs against the Isotopes, a career high. Troy Olsen has the post-game interview.