Rockies To Lock Up Tracy, O’Dowd

According to Troy E. Renck of the Denver Post, the Rockies are close to agreement on a three-year contract with manager Jim Tracy.

The Rox are expected to hold off on announcing the deal until the World Series has ended.  Tracy led the club to a 74-42 record and the NL Wild Card after taking over for Clint Hurdle in late May.  He has a 636-616 lifetime managerial record in stints with the Dodgers, Pirates, and now Colorado.  GM Dan O'Dowd is expected to receive a similar three-year deal.

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