It appears Troy Tulowitzki could have a chance to reunite with a familiar face.
The free-agent shortstop is drawing interest from the Pittsburgh Pirates, sources told The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal. Tulowitzki played for current Pirates manager Clint Hurdle with the Colorado Rockies from 2006-09.
During their time together, the Rockies appeared in the 2007 World Series, where they lost to the Boston Red Sox.
He missed the entire 2018 season after undergoing surgery on both of his heels, but a team can likely sign him for the minimum salary, according to Rosenthal.
Over the course of his career, Tulowitzki owns a .290/.361/.495 slash line with 224 home runs and plus-93 defensive runs saved at shortstop. However, he slashed just .250/.313/.414 in 238 games after joining the Blue Jays in 2015.