Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki said Thursday he has not demanded a trade from the team and won't do so in the future. 

By SI Wire
May 14, 2015

After meeting with his agent, Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki said Thursday he has not demanded a trade from the team and won't do so in the future, according to the Denver Post

"I did meet with my agent. I think the one thing that I do want to make clear is, I don't know where the talk came from of me demanding a trade. There was no talk like that. There never has been," Tulowitzki said. 

"There's no angry guy in a clubhouse that says, 'I demand a trade.'"

In 91 games in 2014, Tulowitzki hit .340 with 21 home runs. But his year was cut short do to season-ending hip surgery.

In 2015, Tulowitzki has so far hit .303 with two home runs in 30 games. 

The Rockies are 11-19 and in an 11-game losing streak, prompting some to believe the team would aim to deal the shortstop now in exchange for younger talent. 

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You can watch Tulowitzki's comments below: 

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