Running the bases continues to leave Troy Tulowitzki missing games, the two-time all-star shortstop knocked out of the lineup Tuesday night against the Yankees with a left leg injury. Off to to the best start of his career, Tulowitzki was diagnosed with inflammation in his left adductor near his groin muscle following an MRI on Monday. Tulowitzki had surgery to remove scar tissue on his left groin last June, sidelining him for four months. This injury is not related to that operation, and Tulowitzki told The Denver Post that this soreness should not land him on the disabled list.
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