Escalona, Nieves, Harris and Wood all have been re-assigned.— Troy Renck, Rockies (@TroyRenck) April 1, 2012
Rosario has hit .391/.408/.674 with three home runs and 11 RBI through 19 games. In 2011, Rosario came back from a 2010 ACL injury to bash 21 home runs before he spent the last month of the season in the majors. He added three more home runs as a major leaguer, but he hit just .204 in 54 at-bats.
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