SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Shortstop Troy Tulowitzki was back in the Rockies' lineup Wednesday, three days after being hit on the left elbow by a pitch from former teammate Ubaldo Jimemez of the Indians.
Tulowitzki wore a pad on the elbow, but showed no ill effects from Sunday's injury, at the plate or in the field.
In his first at-bat, Tulowitzki fouled off a couple of pitches before taking a called third strike against Mariners right-hander Hector Noesi. Tulowitzki hit a sharp grounder to first in his second at-bat, then left the game along with the Rockies' other regulars after four innings.
Tracy sets Rockies' final 25-man roster
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Rockies manager Jim Tracy is prepared to go into battle, and he believes he's got the players who can make some noise in the National League West Division.
After optioning pitcher Edgmer Escalona and reassigning catcher Wil Nieves and infielders Brendan Harris and Brandon Wood on Sunday, the 25-man roster is set.
Starting the first four games will be Jeremy Guthrie, Jamie Moyer, Juan Nicasio and Jhoulys Chacin. In the bullpen will be Rex Brothers, Matt Reynolds, Rafael Betancourt, Matt Belisle, Tyler Chatwood, Esmil Rogers and Josh Roenicke.
Catchers are: Ramon Hernandez and Wilin Rosario.
Infielders: Jason Giambi, Marco Scutaro, Troy Tulowitzki, Todd Helton, Jordan Pacheco, Chris Nelson and Jonathan Herrerra.
Outfielders: Dexter Fowler, Carlos Gonzalez, Michael Cuddyer, Tyler Colvin and Eric Young Jr.
The Rockies begin the regular season Friday against the Astros in Houston.
Colvin, Rosario among top spring performers
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The Rockies finished Spring Training with a 17-15-1 record, including 10-7-1 at Salt River Fields. Among the players who contributed to the team's solid showing:
Tyler Colvin hit .373 with a team-high 18 RBIs in his first Spring Training with the Rockies.
Wilin Rosario led the club with a .418 average, and had eight doubles and four homers.
Todd Helton hit .395 with eight doubles and two homers.
Jamie Moyer allowed five earned runs in 18 innings for a 2.50 ERA, with 16 strikeouts.
Drew Pomeranz went 3-0 with a .053 ERA, a .193 OBA and 11 strikeouts in 17 innings.
Juan Nicasio pitched a team-high 27.2 innings, striking out 24 and posting a 3.90 ERA.
The Rockies sold out 11 games and drew 182,565 fans in 18 home dates at Salt River Fields.
The Rockies travel to Houston Wednesday night and will work out at Minute Maid Park Thursday, before opening the season against the Astros. Jeremy Guthrie will start for Colorado against Wandy Rodriguez on Friday at 5:05 p.m. MDT.
Jim Thomas is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.