08:05 AM ET 03.28 | Forgive Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki for occasionally casting a glance west, where the Dodgers are running away with a spending race. Can a World Series championship be bought for $215 million? The Dodgers are going to try. So I asked Tulo: Does he ever allow himself to be envious of the Dodgers' payroll? "Yeah. No doubt," Tulowitzki said Tuesday. "You play at the highest level, because you want to play with the best players. So there are times when you look at it and say: 'Man, I wish we were able to spend $200 million.'" While sitting at his locker in the Rockies' spring training facility, Tulowitzki spoke in a matter of fact tone. No anger. Zero bitterness.