The Colorado Rockies may be open to listening to offers on the two outfielders but aren't actively seeking to trade either player.
The Colorado Rockies may be headed into a new era under new manager Walt Weiss but the team is not actively looking to trade outfielders Dexter Fowler and Michael Cuddyer. According to Troy Renck of the Denver Post, the Rockies are not "aggressively shopping" the two players.
Renck does state that the Rockies are prepared to listen when teams begin to call, but won't be actively looking to trade either player when the winter meetings begin.
Fowler enjoyed the strongest season of his career, hitting .300 in 143 games in 2012, while putting up 13 home runs and 53 RBIs. Fowler had the second-highest OPS (.863) on the team while also leading the team in walks and strikeouts.
At 33 years old, Cuddyer is headed into his second season with Colorado after spending 10 seasons with the Minnesota Twins. The outfielder hit .260/.317/.489 in 2012, adding 16 home runs and 58 RBIs.