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Rockies Sign Tracy to Three-Year Extension

The Rockies have signed manager Jim Tracy to a three-year contract extension, according to Tracy Ringolsby of Inside The Rockies. The news comes on the heels of Tracy's Manager of the Year Award, so it's a pretty good day in the Tracy household.

Ringolsby mentions that Tracy's entire coaching staff has agreed to return for 2010 as well. The Rockies were 18-28 and 14 games out when Tracy took over in late-May, going 74-42 the rest of the way while securing the NL Wild Card.








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