Troy Tulowitzki

#2 SS / Toronto Blue Jays / EXP: 10YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 215 lb Age: 31 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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      Toronto Blue Jays' Troy Tulowitzki Will play in Game 1 of ALDS

      Tulowitzki is playing shortstop and batting fifth in the order for Game 1 of the ALDS, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet reports. Tulowitzki missed most of September with a crack in his shoulder blade prompting some concern that the 30-year-old slugging shortstop would not be able to play in the postseason, but it looks like he will be good to go for Thursday's game against the Rangers.

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      Blue Jays SS Troy Tulowitzki not in lineup Saturday

      Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is not in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Rays, Barry Davis of Sportsnet reports. Tulowitzki was able to start yesterday's game after missing a few weeks with a crack in his shoulder blade, however manager John Gibbons wanted to be cautious with him considering the postseason is right around the corner. The 30-year-old is available to pinch-hit Saturday and should be in the lineup for the Blue Jays' final game of the season Sunday.

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      Blue Jays SS Troy Tulowitzki returns to lineup Friday

      Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki (shoulder) is in the lineup Friday against the Rays, Barry Davis of Sportsnet reports. Tulowitzki will return to the lineup for the first time since suffering a crack in his left shoulder blade on Sept. 12. It is obviously an encouraging development for the club to get him back before the start of the postseason, and while they may choose to rest him at some point of the weekend, the 30-year-old figures to be good to go the rest of the way.

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      Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki set for simulated game Friday

      Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki (shoulder), who did not play in Wednesday's double header, is tentatively scheduled to participate in a simulated game Friday, Sportsnet's Shi Davidi reports. This is an option that is being considered for Tulowitzki, but nothing is set in stone just yet. If he is ready for a sim game Friday, look for the shortstop to return to action either Saturday or Sunday. Considering that the Blue Jays have already clinched the AL East, there may not be a major rush to bring him back. Ideally, however, they would like to get him a few reps before the start of the playoffs.

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      Blue Jays SS Troy Tulowitzki could return as early as Wednesday

      Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki (shoulder) could return to the lineup as soon as Wednesday, Barry Davis of Sportsnet.ca reports. After taking some cuts on the field Tuesday, Tulowitzki intimated that he feels "pretty much ready to go," just a little over two weeks after suffering a cracked shoulder blade in a collision with teammate Kevin Pillar. Tulowitzki and manager John Gibbons will meet to discuss a possible return date, and a Wednesday return is not being ruled out. The shortstop seems intent on knocking some rust off before the postseason begins.

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      Troy Tulowitzki could be nearing return to lineup for Blue Jays

      Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki (shoulder) said Monday that he will "definitely" be ready for the postseason, and he could even return before the regular season concludes, MLB.com's Gregor Chisholm reports. Tulowitzki took several swings Monday and did not experience a setback, so he should not be sidelined much longer. Whether or not he returns to help those pursuing a fantasy championship remains to be seen.

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      Blue Jays SS Troy Tulowitzki taking batting practice on Monday

      Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki (shoulder) will take batting practice Monday for the first time since sustaining a cracked shoulder blade, Brendan Kennedy of the Toronto Star reports. Tulowitzki will be reevaluated following the session, and manager John Gibbons indicated that the star shortstop could be back in the lineup as early as later this week. Tulowitzki remains day-to-day with the ultimate goal of having him healthy for the postseason.

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      Blue Jays SS Troy Tulowitzki hits off a tee on Friday

      Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki (shoulder) swung off a tee Thursday and took grounders Friday, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet reports. This is an encouraging development for Tulowitzki, as he had been unable to swing a bat earlier in the week. He reported feeling "more like myself out there" after Friday's session, but an exact timetable remains unclear at this point. Ryan Goins will likely continue to see the majority of the starts at shortstop in his place

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      Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki still unable to swing a bat

      Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki (shoulder) continues to improve, but remains unable to swing a bat, Barry Davis of Sportsnet reports. Tulowitzki remains optimistic that he'll be able to rejoin the team at some point, but it's unclear how long it will be before can return. Ryan Goins will likely continue to replace him at shortstop until he's back.

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      Blue Jays SS Troy Tulowitzki says shoulder injury is feeling better

      Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki noted Saturday that he's feeling better while he continues to recover from a cracked shoulder blade, Jamie Campbell of Sportsnet reports. "I can lift my arm now," Tulowitzki said. Tulowitzki seems to be progressing positively thus far, but the Blue Jays have yet to issue a definitive timetable for his return since he suffered the injury last Saturday. It's generally expected that the Blue Jays will have Tulowitzki back in time for the start of the postseason, though that likely won't be formalized for another week or more.

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