Rockies fans got some good news on Wednesday night. Before Colorado's final game in its three-game set against Milwaukee, injured shortstop Troy Tulowitzki engaged in a workout during which fans saw him making plays like the "Tulo" they know and love.
There was shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, making strong throws from the hole, turning smooth double plays and gliding on the basepaths. Tulo’s personal workout lasted about 30 minutes and by all accounts it was a success. - Denver Post
One can't help but notice Tulowitzki's thoughts on his workout, of which he said "I didn't even have to think about it," which seems to be the most positive commentary a player returning from injury can make.
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Tulowitzki hasn't played since injuring his groin on May 30. Through 47 games, the shortstop was hitting .287 with eight home runs and 27 RBI. In his absence, Jonathan Herrera has hit .247 with an on-base percentage of just .289.
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