DENVER (AP) Troy Tulowitzki's gone. Carlos Gonzalez may be up next. Possibly even just-acquired Jose Reyes, too.
The Colorado Rockies are overhauling their roster in the midst of another dismal season. This time, no one is off limits.
For years, Tulowitzki was almost considered untouchable, especially in the eyes of owner Dick Monfort. That changed late Monday, when Toronto made an offer the Rockies couldn't refuse.
The teams orchestrated a blockbuster trade that sent Reyes and right-handed pitchers Miguel Castro, Jeff Hoffman and Jesus Tinoco to the Rockies for Tulowitzki and reliever LaTroy Hawkins.
Colorado general manager Jeff Bridich may not be done dealing, either, with the trade deadline still days away. Bridich said Tuesday he's looking for ''the right deals to make to better our situation moving forward.''