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Carlos Gonzalez is the Colorado Rockies' leader now

With Troy Tulowitzki gone, the mantle of team leader has fallen to Carlos Gonzalez. Tracy Ringolsby has the insights.

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Carlos Gonzalez happy to mentor young Rockies | Tracy Ringolsby -

Slightly more than six years ago, Carlos Gonzalez was the new guy in the Rockies' clubhouse. He was a 23-year-old phenom with something to prove. Now look at him. At the age of 29, and in the aftermath of the Rockies' decision to trade star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki to the Blue Jays last week, Gonzalez has become the elder statesman.

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Brooks Brown, David Hale making progress | Dargan Southard -

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