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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Turning It Around In A Big Way

Troy Tulowitzki on being on a losing Rockies team, May 28, 2007:
MLB.com: Your teams went to the postseason throughout the Minors and in college. When's the last time you played for a team that wasn't winning?

Tulowitzki: Shoot. To be honest with you, I don't know if I've ever been on a losing team. In high school, we were good in basketball and baseball. Even in Little League, all my teams won. We were one game away from the Little League World Series when I was 12. When you win all those years, winning kind of comes easy, but it's not that easy. This is definitely my first time ever -- so far -- experiencing losing. Hopefully, we turn it around.

Update: The Rockies at the time were in last place in the division, six and a half games back of the Dodgers after a 6-4 extra-innings loss to the Giants; the Rocks went 67-46 (.593) the rest of the way.



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