Rockies visit survivors of theater shootings |

Rockies visit survivors of theater shootings

AURORA, Colo. (AP) — Several Colorado Rockies players are showing their support for people wounded in the shootings at a movie theater in Aurora last week.

First baseman Todd Helton, manager Jim Tracy and several other players visited University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora on Thursday to see some of the survivors. Players signed autographs for patients and posed for photos with staff.

The theater shootings killed 12 people and injured 58. University of Colorado Hospital still has four patients in critical condition.

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