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Colorado Rockies expect a decision on shortstop Jose Reyes in the near future

The veteran will likely not report to spring training until MLB rules on a potential suspension stemming from his domestic violence incident last fall.

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Decision on Colorado Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes is coming soon - The Denver Post
Expanding on a report from CBS Sports' Jon Heyman, Patrick Saunders reports that the Rockies are expecting a decision on the fate of shortstop Jose Reyes in the near future. Saunders also reports that Reyes will likely not be at spring training at least until MLB renders its decision, though general manager Jeff Bridich stopped short of saying that Reyes was in any way prohibited from attending.

Rockies benefit from keeping Carlos Gonzalez -
Thomas Harding reports that the Rockies will look for Carlos Gonzalez to anchor their offense, at least for the first half of the 2016 season. Despite their best efforts, the Rockies were unable to trade Gonzalez this winter, but a summer trade remains a distinct possibility, unless the Rockies unexpectedly find themselves in contention.

Rockies' Jeff Hoffman undaunted to be centerpiece of Tulowitzki trade - The Denver Post
Rockies pitching prospect Jeff Hoffman (No. 3 PuRP) told Patrick Saunders he is undaunted by being the centerpiece of the Troy Tulowitzki trade last summer. Hoffman is a non-roster invitee to Rockies spring training in 2016, and will likely start the season at Double-A Hartford or Triple-A Albuquerque.

Christian Bergman is valuable in Rockies 'pen -
After splitting time last season between the rotation and the bullpen, right-hander Christian Bergman will look to contribute exclusively in a relief role in 2016, playing a key role in long relief with a young Rockies starting staff.

Rockies reliever Chad Qualls has always leaned on parents for support - The Denver Post
Nicole Vitale has a story on the development of Rockies reliever Chad Qualls, who has relied on his parents for support throughout an up-and-down career at both the amateur and professional levels.