Troy Tulowitzki had a monsterous 2007 rookie season, going .291/24/99. His 2008 season started off very slowly, then a quad injury sidelined him for half the season. When he returned, he hit .327/5/30 for the remainder of the season. The 24-year old is off to a similar start this season, posting a .167/3/5 line, before being benched for Monday’s game.
His trade value has never been lower, so swoop in with an offer. Don’t go too low on your offer as his owner will likely not accept a much-too-discounted price for a guy with this much potential. But a solid offer should get a deal done, or at least get the other owner listening. He is likely to turn things around soon, so buy low before Tulo’s bat gets hot and his price goes up.