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Atlanta Braves News: Tender Anthony Recker, Paco Rodriguez, Non-Tender Chris Withdrow

MLB Braves agree to deals with Recker, Rodriguez Tomahawk Take Editor’s Note: The deadline to reach an agreement to sign or tender a players contract was 8pm ET on Friday night.  Heading into the day the Braves had seven players that their fate still swung in the wind — Ender Inciarte, Chris Withrow, Paco Rodriguez, […] Atlanta Braves News: Tender Anthony Recker, Paco Rodriguez...
Via Tomahawk Take
December 03, 2016

Braves agree to 1-year deals with Recker, Rodriguez

ATLANTA (AP) The Atlanta Braves and reserve catcher Anthony Recker have agreed to an $800,000, one-year contract. Atlanta also avoided arbitration with left-hander Paco Rodriguez, who gets a one-year deal. The team declined to offer a 2017 contract to reliever Chris Withrow, making the right-hander a free agent. Recker hit .278 with two homers and 15 RBIs in 90 at-bats for Atlanta...
Via Associated Press
December 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Dodgers reliever Rodriguez has setback with elbow injury

MIAMI (AP) Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Paco Rodriguez has had a setback in his recovery from elbow tendinitis and needs surgery that will sideline him for an additional eight to 10 weeks. Rodriguez made four rehab appearances with Class-A Rancho Cucamonga and Triple-A Oklahoma City with hopes of returning to the big league club on Monday before the new trouble. ''Disappointing...
Via Associated Press
June 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Dodgers' Paco Rodriguez goes on 15-day DL

ST. LOUIS (AP) The Los Angeles Dodgers placed pitcher Paco Rodriguez on the 15-day disabled list and recalled Matt West from Triple A-Oklahoma City before Sunday's game against the St. Louis Cardinals. Manager Don Mattingly said Rodriguez (elbow) had trouble extending and finishing off pitches, but wasn't feeling any pain. Rodriguez has been sent back to Los Angeles for further...
Via Associated Press
May 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Mets Eyeing Trio Of Dodgers Lefty Relievers

According to a report by Mark Saxon of ESPN Los Angeles, the Mets are keeping an eye on J.P. Howell, Paco Rodriguez, and Adam Liberatore from the Dodgers in case one of them becomes available. Howell, 31, is owed $4 million this season and the Dodgers hold a $6.25 million option on him for 2016, so not sure he’ll appeal to the Mets at that price. And as for the other two...
Via Mets Merized Online
March 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Paco Rodriguez and Carlos Frias should make postseason roster

Slow day here at Dodgers Digest. While I think Mike (or one of us) will make a postseason roster prediction, I’m going to throw you a couple names that should be included in the roster. Paco Rodriguez and Carlos Frias. Rodriguez has proven his worth, despite a late-season collapse in 2013. He hasn’t pitched much in the majors this season due to injury and general dumbness, but...
Via Dodgers Digest
September 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Welcome Back, Paco Rodriguez

Two weeks ago, Paco Rodriguez was sent to Triple-A when Brian Wilson returned. Now, he’s back, having been recalled to the Dodgers as Carlos Triunfel returns to the Isotopes. This is both good news and bad, I suppose. It’s good that Rodriguez is back, and it’s even better that the team seems to feel that Hanley Ramirez‘ thumb is healthy enough that there’s no need to have...
Via Dodgers Digest
April 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Paco Rodriguez’ Mechanical Fix

(via) Early last month, I looked into the disastrous end of Paco Rodriguez‘ 2013 regular season. The most common question that I received after posting the article was “was Paco tipping his pitches?” It’s a natural question, given his unorthodox delivery (pictured above). On Monday, this question re-surfaced, when Ken Gurnick reported that Rodriguez has made a mechanical...
Via Dodgers Digest
March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

What Happened to Paco Rodriguez?

(via) For most of the year, Paco Rodriguez was one of the most dependable pitchers in the Dodgers’ bullpen. He was unhittable against lefties and nearly as good against right-handed hitting. This lasted until September, when he completely fell apart. He was so ineffective at the end of the season that he was left off of the NLCS roster against a Cardinals team that could not hit...
Via Dodgers Digest
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss
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