Apr 28, 2013, 10:20 PM EDT
The Rockies, flying high atop the NL West with a 15-9 record, were deflated in this afternoon’s game against the Diamondbacks as their star shortstop left this afternoon’s game due to a left shoulder strain. Tulowitzki slid into home plate awkwardly in the top of the first inning and made contact with Diamondbacks catcher Miguel Montero. He was replaced in the bottom of the third by Jonathan Herrera.
Tulowitzki is relieved his injury isn’t serious.
Tulo “sitting here now taking a deep breath. It’s a sigh of relief not serious”. Hopes to play soon. Though tomorrow might be stretch
— Troy Renck (@TroyRenck) April 28, 2013
Along with great defense, Tulowitzki had been very productive at the plate with a .312 average and six home runs, so the Rockies are happy they won’t be losing his bat for any significant amount of time. They know that story well after losing him for the final four months last season due to a groin injury.
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