Drew Pomeranz peeked at the lineup, and his eyes widened a bit. He wasn't sharing the spotlight with anyone Sunday.
All-star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki? sat out for the second time in two days with stiffness in his left hip and will undergo an examination to determine whether he has bursitis. He could miss the two-game Milwaukee series.
Right fielder Carlos Gonzalez was a late scratch with back stiffness.
Todd Helton? sat out for the sixth time in the last seven games with back pain, but he remained hopeful that it will improve following a cortisone shot.
Tulowitzki's left hip began tightening as he ran the bases in the later innings of Saturday's win over the Reds.
"I hate watching. I really do. But I have to be smart about this," Tulowitzki said. "I could barely get through the game."
Little injuries take Tulowitzki, CarGo, Helton out of Rockies' lineup
Denver Post | Sep 12