MAY 14: Tulowitzki will not ask for a trade from the struggling Rockies, reports MLB.com's Thomas Harding.
MAY 12: For months, whether the Colorado Rockies would move superstar shortstop Troy Tulowitzki was a much debated topic throughout baseball, by many inside and outside the game.
A trade may finally be coming.
According to Joel Sherman of the New York Post, Tulowitzki is going to meet with his agent Paul Cohen on Thursday to discuss whether the shortstop should request a trade from Colorado, who is 11-17 and buried at the bottom of the National League West.
Tulowitzki has reportedly wanted out of Colorado for quite some time now. However, Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports reports that the Rockies aren't quite ready to move him.
The Mets, Mariners, Pirates, and Padres are teams that Sherman lists as possible suitors for Tulowitzki. The Mets have been heavily rumored as a possibility for him throughout the offseason, while the others could be a good fit depth-wise.
On the season, Tulowitzki is hitting .307/.317/.495 (107 OPS+; 0.4 rWAR) with two homers and 10 runs batted in over 104 plate appearances this season.