Colorado Rockies Offseason Tracker: Hottest Trade Rumors, Free Agency News

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Colorado Rockies Offseason Tracker: Hottest Trade Rumors, Free Agency News
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The Colorado Rockies finished in last place in the National League West in 2013, but that can be misleading given the injuries suffered by key players. Although they have a good core in place, the team needs to make a lot of moves in order to contend next year.

Shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, left fielder Carlos Gonzalez, center fielder Dexter Fowler and right fielder Michael Cuddyer all missed time with injuries. It's tough to contend when key parts of the lineup are missing, but the team still finished second in the NL in runs scored.

Pitching was the issue in Colorado. Coors Field isn't an easy place to pitch, but the numbers weren't pretty, especially in the bullpen. The Rockies bullpen finished last in the NL in ERA, which was the team's biggest issue.

Three starters who made at least 20 starts finished with an ERA below 3.50, so there is some talent in the rotation.

Look for the organization to go after pitching and a big bat for right field—assuming Cuddyer moves to first base.

While there probably won't be any huge deals for the Rockies, check back here daily to see what the latest rumors are surrounding the Rockies.

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