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Bringing His Toolbox

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In outfielder Carlos Gonzalez, the Rockies obtained a potential five-tool player, albeit one climbing the steepest portion of the major league learning curve. Gonzalez, 23, was the key player in the deal that sent outfielder Matt Holliday to the Athletics and brought reliever Huston Street and lefthander Greg Smith to Colorado.

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Going For Gold

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A small step forward resulted in a giant leap ahead for Double-A Tulsa center fielder Dexter Fowler, who was hitting .337/.430/.469 when he left the Drillers to join Team USA for the Beijing Olympics. A broken right hand limited him to 65 games last year at high Class A Modesto, but the switch-hitting Fowler began this season well, hitting .293/.369/.485 in April and .287/.386/.417 in May.

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Knocking On The Door

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Triple-A Colorado Springs third baseman Ian Stewart has heard general manager Dan O'Dowd say prospects like Stewart need to "knock the door down" to reach the Rockies. What Stewart is doing this season cannot be considered a gentle shove. He was hitting .281/.374/.614 with 12 homers and 43 RBIs in 171 at-bats, including two games with six RBIs apiece.

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