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Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki may be headed to Cincinnati, pitcher Jon Gray to Denver

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Two of the most notable Rockies may be making travel plans in the near future.

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Troy Tulowitzki 2nd in tight NL Final Vote - MLB.com
Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is among five players vying for the final spot on the NL All-Star team and Thomas Harding has a report on the first voting update, which has Tulowitzki in second place behind Reds starter Johnny Cueto.

Rockies' DJ LeMahieu is grateful for chance to play in All-Star Game - The Denver Post
The Denver Post's Cameron Wolfe has a story on DJ LeMahieu who, perhaps unexpectedly, was selected to his first All-Star Game after a strong first half of the season at the plate and in the field.

Jon Gray could make his Rockies debut soon - MLB.com
After a strong start in Triple-A Tuesday that saw him strike out eight in six shut out innings, the calls for Jon Gray's promotion are getting louder. Harding has a story on Gray, including quotes from Rockies manager Walt Weiss, who was very complimentary and hinted that a call up may come sooner rather than later for the Rockies' top prospect.

Jon Gray vs. Andrew Heaney: How the Angels scored by calling up a pitching prospect - The Denver Post
Nick Groke weighs in on the debate about Gray, comparing him to the Angels' Andrew Heaney, who pitched seven strong innings against the Rockies at Coors Field on Tuesday.

Brooks Brown will be cautious with his injury - MLB.com
Dargan Southard has an update on Rockies reliever Brooks Brown, who is on the disabled lost for the second time this season with right shoulder inflammation. Brown has started to play catch again after being out of action since June 16.

Corey Dickerson searches for relief from plantar fasciitis - The Denver Post
Also on the shelf for the Rockies is outfielder Corey Dickerson, who Patrick Saunders says is still expecting to return at some point this season.

Hartford Yard Goats Unveil Logo, Pay Tribute To Whalers With Colors - Hartford Courant
The Hartford Courant's Paul Doyle has a story on the unveiling of the logo and colors for the Hartford Yard Goats, who will be the Rockies' Double-A affiliate in 2016. Doyle notes the Yard Goats' blue and green color scheme pays tribute to the Hartford Whalers, who left the city in 1997.

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Throwing It Out There - Vote #Tulo - Rockies Zingers
At Rockies Zingers, Richard Bergstrom has what amounts to a campaign speech for Tulowitzki's All-Star candidacy, since the Rockies shortstop isn't the type to put one together for himself.