Carlos Gonzalez, Starling Marte and Eric Young have been named finalists for the National League Gold Glove award in left field.
Troy Renck of the Denver Post reports that the Rockies have talked to Carlos Gonzalez about the possibility of playing center field next season.
Carlos Gonzalez has decided against having surgery on his sprained right middle finger.
Carlos Gonzalez (finger) was able to swing without issue during his first instructional league game on Wednesday.
Carlos Gonzalez (finger) will play in 2-3 instructional league games this week.
Carlos Gonzalez will test out his sprained right middle finger in the instructional league beginning on Wednesday.
Carlos Gonzalez (finger) could return for an at-bat or two before the end of the regular season to test his injured finger and help decide if he needs to undergo surgery.
The Denver Post's Troy Renck reports that Carlos Gonzalez (finger) "felt OK," but "not great" during a batting practice session Wednesday.
Carlos Gonzalez (finger) will take soft-toss and then graduate to batting practice over the next few days.
Carlos Gonzalez will hit off a tee on Sunday in hopes of batting again before season's end.
Carlos Gonzalez received a cortisone shot in his injured right middle finger on Friday, and will see how well that works before making a decision on whether or not to undergo surgery.
Carlos Gonzalez visited a hand specialist Wednesday and still intends to undergo surgery to repair a torn ligament in his right middle finger.
Carlos Gonzalez (finger) is leaning towards undergoing surgery to repair his injured ring finger.
Rockies manager Walt Weiss conceded Saturday that Carlos Gonzalez (finger) is unlikely to bat again this season.