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Sox's push continues in Papi's Trop finale

Playoff fever continues to permeate Tropicana Field as the contending Red Sox meet the Rays for their final meeting of the 2016 season, Sunday afternoon. Left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez (3-7, 4.84 ERA) will make his 19th start for Boston while Jake Odorizzi will become the last Rays starter to face David Ortiz.
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What Was Eduardo Rodriguez Thinking As He Lost His No-Hitter? He Explains

It takes a lot of mental fortitude to throw a no-hitter. It takes even more to continue pitching well after losing one late in a close game. But that’s exactly what Eduardo Rodriguez managed to do Sunday afternoon in Oakland. The Boston Red Sox’s left-hander tossed 7 2/3 innings of no-hit ball before an infield single from Marcus Semien ended his bid for history with two outs...
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Carl Willis, Red Sox Hoping Healthy Eduardo Rodriguez Can Get On A Roll

The Boston Red Sox have gotten some great starting pitching of late, and they’re hoping that success is contagious. Eduardo Rodriguez will get the start Sunday in Boston’s series finale against the Oakland Athletics. Rodriguez has been hampered by a hamstring injury of late but was pitching well before that, and according to pitching coach Carl Willis, the left-hander is feeling...
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox Vs. Athletics Lineup: Eduardo Rodriguez Starts For Series Finale

The Boston Red Sox have a shot at sweeping the Oakland Athletics for the second time this season, and Eduardo Rodriguez will be on the mound looking to get the job done Sunday. The left-hander struggled in his last outing on Aug. 28 after he missed a start with hamstring tightness, allowing five runs to the Kansas City Royals over 5 1/3 innings. But otherwise, Rodriguez was pretty...
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Eduardo Rodriguez Needs A Red Sox Teammate To Push Him Back To Mound

It hasn’t been the easiest of seasons for Eduardo Rodriguez. The Boston Red Sox’s young left-hander dealt with subluxation of the patellar tendon — essentially, his kneecap popped out — in spring training, and though the injury was initially thought to be minor, he ended up missing several months before finally returning to the team on May 31. He then posted an 8.59 ERA in...
August 22, 2016  |  Discuss

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