Notebook: Reliever Henry Rodriguez en route to join Marlins

SAN DIEGO -- A No. 63 Miami Marlins jersey waited for its owner in the visiting clubhouse before Sunday's series finale at Petco Park. Right-handed reliever Henry Rodriguez, whose contract was officially selected on Sunday morning with the designation of Carlos Marmol, was still en route to Southern California. In 12 appearances for Triple-A New Orleans, Rodriguez went 0-0 with...
Via Fox Sports Florida
May 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Marlins plan to designate right-handed reliever Carlos Marmol for assignment

The Marlins plan to designate right-handed reliever Carlos Marmol for assignment following his performance during Saturday night's 9-3 loss to the Padres. Marmol allowed four runs, including a three-run homer to Chase Headley, during the sixth inning with the game tied at 2. The 31-year-old, who signed a one-year deal before spring training, posted an 0-3 record and 8.10 ERA...
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May 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Marlins reassign Henry Rodriguez to minors

JUPITER, Fla. (AP) Pitcher Henry Rodriguez was reassigned to minor league camp by the Miami Marlins before the final game at their spring training complex.
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March 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Marlins trim roster to 34

The Marlins trimmed their roster by four Tuesday morning with Opening Day less than a week away. Right-handed relievers Arquimedes Caminero and Carter Capps were optioned to Triple-A New Orleans. Caminero, who earned his call-up last season and allowed four runs over 13 innings, went 1-0 with a 2.00 ERA in seven spring appearances. He struck out nine batters and walked just one....
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March 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Cubs Designate Henry Rodriguez For Assignment

Right-handed reliever Henry Rodriguez was designated for assignment by the Chicago Cubs this past weekend and will have to clear waivers for the organization to have a chance at retaining his rights. Rodriguez, who had a 4.50 earned run average in five games with Chicago this season most likely will go unclaimed. The post Cubs Designate Henry Rodriguez For Assignment appeared first...
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July 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Chicago Cubs’ Henry Rodriguez Has A Bad First Day At The Office

Yesterday Henry Rodriguez became the 2nd Henry Rodriguez in my generation to play for the Chicago Cubs.  Everyone remembers O’Henry from the late 90′s. This modern day Henry Rodriguez had a bit of a rough start to his Cub career.  The first pitch was called for low and away, well it arrived low and inside, hitting the home plate ump after grazing the catchers glove.  One pitch...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
June 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Some Interesting News You Might Have Missed This Week

Over the past week, we have been very active over at our new second home at Chicago Now. Our crack staff has been hard at work to bring you up to the minute news and give you some interesting stories that not only keep you entertained, but also up to date with everything that has taken place with our beloved Chicago Cubs. Here is what you have missed. Rice took a look at the Cubs...
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June 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Nationals Trade Henry Rodriguez to Cubs for Minor Leaguer Ian Dickson

I can’t really say I am sad to see Henry Rodriguez traded from the Nationals. But I can’t say I’m happy either. It’s not everyday that you get a 100mph fire baller to walk through your doors. Henry Rodriguez just had one problem as a closer…he had no clue where that 100mph fastball was going to end up. It was a roller coaster ride every time he stepped onto the mound. What...
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June 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Cubs Acquire Henry Rodriguez from Nats

The Cubs have acquired 26-year old Venezuelan flame-throwing RHRP Henry Rodriguez from the Washington Nationals for minor league RHP Ian Dickson. Despite the 102+ MPH fastball, Rodriguez has struggled big-time with control this season (16 BB in 18 IP, and a career 98 BB in 144.2 IP), and that's probably why the Nationals decided to move him.  Dickson was the Cubs 35th round...
Via Cub Reporter
June 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Nats Reliever Henry Rodriguez Acquired by Chicago Cubs

The Chicago Cubs acquired Washington Nationals reliever Henry Rodriguez in exchange for pitcher Ian Dickson on Tuesday. In 17 appearances this season, Rodriguez posted a 4.00 ERA and an alarming 11/16 strikeout to walk ratio in 18.0 innings of relief. Rodriguez was designated for assignment last week by the Nationals, but his 100 MPH fastball certainly attracted an interested Chicago...
Via Baseball News Source
June 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Just another Harendous night...

"I just can’t keep the ball in the ballpark." (Dan Haren, via Washington Post, 6/12/2013) Rockies 8, Nationals 3: Death, taxes, and Dan Haren stinking out the joint every fifth day. Haren cruises, then blows up in the fifth (5.0 IP, 8 H, 5 R, 1 B, 2 HR). Meanwhile, Henry Rodriguez traded to the Cubs for Ian Dickson. Is it possible to trade Haren to the Cubs...
Via Nationals Enquirer
June 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Nationals trade RHP Rodriguez to Cubs

The Washington Nationals have traded right-handed pitcher Henry Rodriguez to the Chicago Cubs for minor league pitcher Ian Dickson. Rodriguez was 0-1 with a 4.00 ERA in 17 games for the Nationals before being designated for assignment June 4. He was 1-3 with a 5.83 ERA and nine saves in 35 games for Washington in 2012. He finished with a 4.23 ERA in two seasons for the Nationals...
Via AP on Fox
June 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Nationals Release Zach Duke, Trade Henry Rodriguez

Henry Rodriguez was designated for assignment by the Nats last week after walking 16 batters over his first 18 innings. He contains a strong arm but has struggled with his command in the show while sporting a 4.23 career ERA and 1.48 career WHIP. This lead to CSNChicago.com's Patrick Mooney reporting another Nationals pitching move. Cubs acquire P Henry Rodriguez from...
Via MLB Injury News
June 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Werth's return among 6 Nationals moves

The Washington Nationals have shaken up the roster with six moves, including the return of outfielder Jayson Werth from the 15-day disabled list and the promotion of infielder Anthony Rendon from Triple-A Syracuse. The Nationals also on Tuesday designated for assignment struggling relief pitchers Henry Rodriguez and Zach Duke and selected left-handed pitcher Ian Krol from Double...
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June 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Huge Changes In Nats Clubhouse

Yesterday on the podcast, Craig and I called for some major changes with the Washington Nationals. This morning on this site, Will wrote about the bad dream that was the beginning of the 2012 Nats season. Well, GM Mike Rizzo, like the rest of us, has finally decided enough is enough. The Nationals announced several huge roster moves today prior to opening the series against the Mets...
Via The Nats Blog
June 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Nationals make three roster moves, panic setting in?

The Washington Nationals, one game under .500 and seven games behind the Atlanta Braves in the NL East, swapped three players on their major league roster for two in the minors and one on the disabled list. Per Nationals beat writer William Ladson, we know what happened with four players. -Reliever Henry Rodriguez has been designated for assignment. -Reliever Zack Duke has...
Via The Outside Corner
June 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Nats pitcher Henry Rodriguez almost hit himself with a wild pitch

Nationals pitcher Henry Rodriguez almost hit himself with a wild pitch. Reminds us of the Negro League batter who was so fast he almost hit himself on 2nd base with his own line drive double to... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
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April 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Henry Rodriguez almost hits himself in head with wild pitch (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes. Washington Nationals relief pitcher Henry Rodriguez nearly hit himself in the head with a wild pitch that deflected off the backstop during the eighth inning of Sunday's game at Nationals Park. It happened in the top of the eighth as Rodriguez' 3-1 pitch to Cincinnati Reds batter Corky Miller went past the catcher and took a really...
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April 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Wild pitch by Washington Nationals pitcher bounces over screen (video)

It is not uncommon for balls to travel over the protective screen behind home plate, but usually that happens when a lazy, high foul pop-up comes off the bat of the hitter, not caroming sky-high after a wacky bounce during a wild pitch by an erratic pitcher. But that exact situation occurred on Tuesday night when Washington Nationals relief pitcher Henry Rodriguez’s wild pitch...
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April 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Davey: "It's time to get a little mad."

And so, Davey Johnson seemed fairly frustrated during his post-game interview after Tuesday night's 2-0 loss to the Cardinals. Here's Davey: "I'm usually pretty patient, but I'm gettin [indecipherable]. The effort's there, but we're just not gettin it done. We have the players to get it done, we're just not gettin it done. It's time to get...
Via Nationals Enquirer
April 23, 2013  |  Discuss

"We just got waffled today"

"We just got waffled today." (Davey Johnson, via Washington Times, 4/14/2013) Braves 9, Nationals 0: Swept, crunked, waffled, etc. At least Gio had fun at the DC United game Saturday night.  Woof! Woof! A start worthy of the Pups in the Park promo: 5.0 IP, 7 H, 7 R, 3 BB, 2 K, 98 pitches, 58 strikes. Where's Hollywood when we need her? Meanwhile, just...
Via Nationals Enquirer
April 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Henry Rodriguez makes the Nats, definitely has naked pictures of Davey Johnson

"When you throw that hard and you do occasionally let one go, they’re not comfortable in there. Nobody’s comfortable in there. Ask the second baseman for the Braves how he feels about him. He’s a good weapon." (Davey Johnson on SMH-Rod, via Nationals Journal, 3/29/2013) Henry Rodriguez makes the Nats; 25 man roster set. Oh sure, the fact that...
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March 29, 2013  |  Discuss

2012 Player-By-Player Wrap Up: Henry Rodriguez

  Thanks for your patience, readers. This is the last installment of the 2012 Player-By-Player wrap up. (photo: The Washington Post) Henry Rodriguez is the ultimate “pitcher with potential.” He has potential because he can hit triple-digits on the radar gun with his fastball on command. The problem: he rarely knows where it’s going. His only truly decent season was...
Via The Nats Blog
February 12, 2013  |  Discuss

2012 Player-By-Player Wrap Up: Tyler Moore

Throughout the offseason, The Nats Blog will look back at every player’s 2012 season to summarize and analyze his performance, and we’ll look ahead to his possible role in 2013. We’ll go from #1 Steve Lombardozzi all the way to #63 Henry Rodriguez until Spring Training. Enjoy. Though his call-up to the major leagues was a bit overshadowed by Bryce Harper’s the day before...
Via The Nats Blog
February 11, 2013  |  Discuss

2012 Player-By-Player Wrap Up: Brad Lidge, Eury Perez

Throughout the offseason, The Nats Blog will look back at every player’s 2012 season to summarize and analyze his performance, and we’ll look ahead to his possible role in 2013. We’ll go from #1 Steve Lombardozzi all the way to #63 Henry Rodriguez until Spring Training. Enjoy. There’s not much to say about Brad Lidge and the 2012 season. The former star closer was brought...
Via The Nats Blog
February 08, 2013  |  Discuss
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