Troy Tulowitzki (groin) is scheduled to undergo another MRI on Wednesday.
Tulo has made a pair of visits to sports hernia specialist Dr. Bill Meyers this week to determine the root of the pain in his left groin. There are concerns that his hip labrum issues from late last season might be contributing to his current injury, but the Rockies want him to undergo additional tests before deciding on a course of action. "We have a pretty good idea what it is, but we are not going to say anything until we know exactly," said Rockies head athletic trainer Keith Dugger. "(Wednesday), we see the doctor again and we will go from there." Tulo could miss as much as two months if he is diagnosed with a sports hernia or hip labrum issue, but a groin strain could have him back within a few weeks.