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MLB Team Report - Colorado Rockies - INSIDE PITCH

SAN DIEGO -- A dark season just grew a lot darker for the Colorado Rockies, who now have the worst record in the major leagues after losing three straight to the Padres at Petco Park.

Shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is definitely done for the rest of the season. And it is unlikely that Carlos Gonzalez will play again in 2014.

Rockies trainer Keith Dugger said after Wednesday's 5-3 loss to the Padres that Tulowitzki will have surgery Friday to repair the labrum in his left hip. Tulowitzki has been out since the end of June with what had been described as a left hip flexor strain.

Tulowitzki hit .340 this season. But he played only 91 games. He did have 21 homers, 52 RBIs and 71 runs scored.

Dugger also said the left knee injury that forced Gonzalez onto the disabled list Sunday looks more extensive than originally believed.

Gonzalez will be re-examined Thursday.

Gonzalez has been limited to 70 games this season by a series of problems. He was hitting .238 with 11 homers and 38 RBIs in only 260 at-bats.

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MLB Team Report - Colorado Rockies - NOTES, QUOTES

RECORD: 46-74

STREAK: Lost three

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PLAYER NOTES:

--SS Troy Tulowitzki will have surgery Friday to repair the labrum in his left hip. Tulowitzki, on the disabled list since June 30, hit .340 this season. He played only 91 games. He did have 21 homers, 52 RBIs and 71 runs scored.

--LF Carlos Gonzalez could be ruled out for the rest of the 2014 season after injuries to his left knee and right ankle are re-evaluated Thursday. Gonzalez has been limited to 70 games this season by a series of problems. He was hitting .238 with 11 homers and 38 RBIs in only 260 at-bats.

--1B Justin Morneau was 1-for-3 with a double Wednesday to extend his hitting streak to eight straight games (15-for-30 with four doubles and a triple). But his string of six straight multi-hit games, which equals his career-best streak, came to an end. Morneau has a career .365 batting average (27-for-74) in 22 career games against the Padres with six doubles, three homers, 10 RBIs and eight runs scored.

--LF Corey Dickerson didn't homer for the first time in four games Wednesday. But he went 2-for-4 to extend his hitting streak to eight straight games (14-for-31).