Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki has been placed on and taken off the trade block countless times over the past couple of seasons, with FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal now reporting that he's available for a trade before the July 31st deadline.
However, while Tulowitzki is dangling out there, Rosenthal adds that the Rockies aren't necessarily looking to deal him. In fact, they may prefer to keep him unless a blockbuster offer comes across the table and forces their hand.
Denver Post writer Patrick Saunders adds that he'd be "surprised" if Tulo is shipped off, adding credence to the thought that Tulowitzki's availability is merely a way for the Rockies to test the water.
Tulowitzki once again made the NL All-Star Game in 2015, posting a .318 average with nine home runs, 19 doubles and 46 RBI in the first half of the 2015 MLB season.