With manager Walt Weiss suggesting earlier this week that the Rockies would prefer to use a four-man bench this season, McKenry could be on the outside looking in for a spot on the club's 25-man roster, MLB.com's Thomas Harding reports.
Gonzalez (knee), who was on the field taking batting practice with his teammates Monday, recently told the Denver Post that his knee isn't bothering him at all. "I can put all my weight back, sit and wait for the ball - something that I wasn't able to do last year," Gonzalez said. "It's my back knee, and it's really important to stay back. I have a leg kick, and last year I had a difficult time staying back on pitches."
Tulowitzki (hip) reported to the Rockies' spring training complex Monday, the Denver Post reports. "I'm ready to go," Tulowitzki said. "As far as my schedule is concerned, I'm not too sure about it. Walt (Weiss) is the manager. I'll go at his pace, but it'll probably be slower than I'd like."