DENVER (CBS4) – He has yet to play in a game in spring training, but shortstop Troy Tulowitzki remains the most talented and popular of the Colorado Rockies — and now he’s 30 years old.
“It’s (being 30) a challenge for me. I’ve had a big injury history in my 20s, so I think I’m just trying to prove some of those critics wrong and be healthy in my 30s,” Tulowitzki said to CBS4’s Vic Lombardi. “At least that’s my goal and that’s what I shoot for. I think anybody who knows me knows I’m going to put in a lot of work to try to succeed.”
During the offseason Tulo didn’t hide the fact that he wanted to see change within the Rockies organization, and there was a lot of change — starting at the top with bringing in new general manager Jeff Bridich.
“There was a lot of…
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