Troy Tulowitzki has 2 years retired from baseball after suffering several career setbacks due to injuries. Now, the 13-year-old former MLB shortstop is developing a career as a coach.
This is what Tulowitzki confessed to The Denver Post, Colorado. With that state’s team, the Rockies, he was one of the best shortstop in baseball.
After playing 5 games with the Yankees in 2019, Troy Tulowitzki decided to retire.
“The day I announced my retirement, I had already decided that I wanted to start my coaching career at a high-level school,” Tulowitzki said as an explanation of his plans and stated that he does not close down to work in the Major Leagues in the future.