Summit Cars Spotlight 7/27/19

On Thursday, Yankees shortstop Troy Tulowitzki announced his retirement as he was hired as an assistant coach at the University of Texas. Tulowitzki played 13 seasons, most of them with the Colorado Rockies, and was a five-time All-Star. As a young player, “Tulo” helped the Rockies reach its lone World Series in 2007, and then later in his career he played a valuable role on playoff teams in Toronto before finishing with the Yankees, where he played just five games this season. He hit 225 home runs in his career, had nearly 1,400 career hits and hit .290 overall.

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