The Colorado Rockies lost the division on Saturday night, losing 5-0 to the Dodgers, but that may not have been the worst thing about the game. Two pitches into the fourth inning, Jorge De La Rosa was perfect with his arm, but his groin was not. The lefty grimaced after getting behind Rafael Furcal 2-0. Trainer Keith Dugger and manager Jim Tracy came to the mound immediately. After a brief conversation, De La Rosa walked gingerly off the field. Tracy was not willing to take any chances with his 16-game winner. Instead of throwing a few pitches to see if he could continue, Tracy wisely opted on the side of caution. With the Rockies already in the dance, there was no reason to push the issue. The Rockies initially called the injury ôtightness in the groin.ö That would be good news for ...
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