Colorado Rockies: Who's Hot, Who's Not Heading into the Second Half

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Colorado Rockies: Who's Hot, Who's Not Heading into the Second Half
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Rockies catcher Wilin Rosario is having a productive July.

As the 2013 MLB regular season approaches the All-Star break, the Colorado Rockies are gearing up to make a playoff push in the second half.

Similar to last season, injury has defined this very talented ballclub through the majority of the first half. However, all the pieces are beginning to fall back into place for the Rox, who have a legitimate shot to compete in a mediocre NL West.

On Thursday, the Rockies activated Dexter Fowler and Troy Tulowitzki from the disabled list, demoting Tyler Colvin and their promising young talent, Corey Dickerson.

Dickerson had flashes of brilliance during his three weeks in the bigs, but batted just .188 in 39 at-bats.

The addition of Tulowitzki and Fowler should keep the Rockies in contention, but the rest of the team needs to maintain some sort of consistency down the stretch.

Here are the hottest and the coldest Rockies heading into the All-Star break.

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