The Milwaukee Brewers have recalled Francisco Rodriguez from their Triple-A Nashville minor league affiliate. The veteran right-handed reliever is expected to work the later innings but will not be given the closers gig right out of the gate. Jim Henderson continues to star as the man to close out games.
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The Milwaukee Brewers had until Thursday to make up their mind on Francisco Rodriguez, and it appears as if they will add the former closer to the big league roster.
According to a report by CBS Sports, the Brewers will call Rodriguez up from Triple-A Nashville on Wednesday, a day before the team had to release him if he wasn't in the Major Leagues.
Rodriguez, 31, was signed...
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Francisco Rodriguez was called up to the major league roster by the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday. The Brewers were up against a Wednesday deadline that required them to call him up to the major leagues or grant him his release.
During his time at the minor league level Rodriguez struck out seven in four scoreless innings.
Signed to a minor league deal in April...
Francisco Rodriguez's attempted road back to the big leagues will begin Tuesday night, as the former Brewers reliever has been added to the roster at advanced Class-A Brevard County.
Signed to a minor league contract on April 17, Rodriguez has a provision in his contract giving the Brewers just 30 days to add him to the Major League roster or he will be released.
The Milwaukee Brewers have brought back reliever Francisco Rodriguez, signing the right-hander to a minor league deal.
The Brewers made the move Wednesday. Their bullpen has been a sore spot early this season.
The 31-year-old Rodriguez played for Milwaukee the last year and a half. He pitched 78 games last season, going 2-7 with three saves and a 4.38 ERA.
Rodriguez set the single...
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April 17, 2013
The Brewers, seeking help for an unsettled bullpen, are turning to one of their former relievers.
The team announced Wednesday that it had signed right-hander Francisco Rodriguez to a minor league contract.
Rodriguez, 31, will report to the team's spring-training complex in Maryvale, Ariz., and must be assigned within 30 days, the club said.
The Brewers entered Wednesday with...
MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Brewers have signed free-agent reliever Francisco Rodriguez to a minor league deal, general manager Doug Melvin confirmed Wednesday evening.
Rodriguez, 31, will report to the team's spring training facility in Phoenix, where he will work out and throw while waiting for a work visa before being assigned to a minor league affiliate. The Brewers have...
MLB News: The Milwaukee Brewers re-signed reliever Francisco Rodriguez on Wednesday to a minor league deal and has thirty days to assign him to a specific club in the organization. In 78 appearances last season he posted a 4.38 earned run average.
Fantasy Ramifications: While Rodriguez will work himself into major league shape down in the minors, it is very possible that you can...
Free agent Francisco Rodriguez said he would “definitely”
want to return to the New York Mets in order to come back and “redeem himself,”
according to Andy Martino of The New York Daily News.
K-rod just said he "definitely" wants to come back to mets to "redeem himself" made strong pitch
— Andy Martino (@MartinoNYDN) March 6, 2013
MILWAUKEE Francisco Rodriguez is fiddling with his smart phone, sitting in the leather chair next to his locker, when he's asked about how he has settled into his role as the Milwaukee Brewers setup man. It's been almost a year to the day that Rodriguez was in a Milwaukee uniform for the first time.
He stops abruptly and looks up from his phone. He clearly doesn't like...