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To make room for Tulowitzki on the roster, the team designated first baseman Brad Eldred for assignment. He was hitting .250 as he helped fill in for Todd Helton, who’s been out since early July with a stiff lower back.
“Obviously, we’re putting a very special name back in the lineup,” Tracy said before the game Tuesday night against Pittsburgh. “It’s a very good feeling, knowing we have the opportunity to do that.”
It’s been an injury-riddled season for Street as the reliever missed the first 69 games of the season recovering from an inflamed right shoulder.
Since his return on June 22, Street has saved six games in seven chances. His command has been pinpoint, striking out 15 and issuing just one walk in 15 innings.
Soon after being hit, Street went to the ground in the right field corner. He had a throng of teammates gather around him as they waited for the ambulance to arrive.
“It’s scary when you have to have the ambulance come out,” Stewart said. “It’s not something we’re accustomed to out here. I said a prayer for him and hope he’s OK. That’s all I could do for him.”
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