In what has been by far the most active day in the offseason, the Rockies have taken over the news.
The Rockies are close to re-signing Jorge De La Rosa to a three year deal, Ken Rosenthal reported. This is another name off the free agent pitching market, and will make teams like the Washington Nationals that much more interested in pitchers such as Brandon Webb.
The Rockies have also agreed to a ten year contract extension with Troy Tulowitzki, according to Buster Olney. The new deal will not replace Tulowitzki's last contract, which goes through 2013 with an option for 2014, but will instead encompass the remaining years on that contract, again according to Olney.
Jon Heyman had the contract details first, as Tulowitzki will make about $160 million over ten years.