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Rockies Interested In Theriot From Cubs

The Rockies are interested in acquiring infielder Ryan Theriot from the Cubs, according to reports.

Colorado has made pitcher Aaron Cook available as well.

Via Denver Post

Street Struck By Line Drive During BP

Rockies reliever Huston Street bruised the right side of his abdomen when he was hit by a line drive in batting practice Tuesday.

Street is currently listed as day-to-day. He had to be taken off the field on a stretcher.

Rockies head athletic trainer Keith Dugger said that Street passed out "two or three times" and had ringing in his ears after being struck by the baseball off the bat of Ian Stewart as Street warmed up in right field.

"Right on the pelvis. You could see a black-and-blue mark," Dugger said. "He'd hold his breath when he felt discomfort and pain."


Three Teams Interested In Florida's Cantu

At least three teams are interested in the services of Marlins first baseman Jorge Cantu.

The Rangers, Giants and Rockies are looking at Cantu.

The Miami Herald writes that there is no guarantee Florida will opt to trade Cantu before this weekend's non-waiver trade deadline.

Via Miami Herald

Colorado's First-Round Pick Returns To Clemson

Kyle Parker, a first-round pick of the Rockies, has decided to return to Clemson.

Parker is a right fielder and quarterback.

"I was in a situation where I couldn't make a bad decision," Parker said.

"All my options are still on the table at this point. The only option I have ruled out is playing baseball exclusively for the Colorado Rockies right now. Negotiations will continue with the Rockies, but I will play football at Clemson this fall."


Tulowitzki On Pace For July 28 Return

Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is on pace to return to the team on July 28.

He has been out with a broken left wrist.

Tulowitzki will begin a rehab assignment in Triple-A Colorado Springs on Tuesday before moving to Double-A later this week.

"I am excited that it's getting close. Things will fall into my lap during the games, and I will be able to test it out," Tulowitzki said.

Via Denver Post

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