And now for some unfortunate news for the rest of the National League:
Troy Tulowitzki, a superstar on a career-year path, is not done improving. Not the player he still imagines he can be, not content with being what most already consider the best all-around shortstop in baseball.
Tulowitzki is currently hurting baseballs all over the country. He went into Tuesday's game against the Dodgers leading the NL in batting average (.355), runs (55), slugging (.662) and on-base (.447) percentages, and is second in home runs (18) and third in runs batted in (45).
Think of it as a mere warmup.
"I feel I'm not a finished product," Tulowitzki said. "I still...