Rockies infielders Corey Wimberly and Matt Macri were left behind when camp broke this spring, both staying in Tucson nursing hamstring injuries.
Farm director Marc Gustafson said the club hopes to get both out to Double-A Tulsa by the end of the month.
In other Rockies news, righthanded reliever Juan Morillo has still been clocked at 100 mph early this season, though his command is still something to be desired. Morillo is 0-1, 9.00 in three innings for the Drillers.
“We changed him a little bit with his front side,” Gustafson said. “We lowered his leg kick some to take any extra motion out of his delivery. It’s a minor adjustment to get him more downhill and keep him online to the plate more consistently.”
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