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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, one...
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June 19, 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 Henry is out of...
Via Nationals Enquirer
March 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Davey Johnson expects H-Rod to be spectacular next time

In case you need more proof that Henry Rodriguez has incriminating photos of Davey Johnson, here's Johnson talking about Henry after the latest #SMH-Rod mess on Wednesday in NY (2 batters faced; 2 BB; 11 pitches, 3 strikes): "With Henry, it’s kind of hit or miss. Nobody hits him, but if he doesn’t get it over, it doesn’t matter. They’re still going to get on base. He’s...
Via Nationals Enquirer
July 26, 2012  |  Discuss

Nationals reliever Henry Rodriguez manages to injure hand shutting bathroom door

While not as off-the-wall as some of the more unbelievable, often tragically comical, ways in which pro athletes have injured themselves away from the field, court, etc., how Washington Nationals relief pitcher Henry Rodriguez injured his right index finger surely belongs at least a brief mention when the overfilled pantheon of bizarre non-sports-related athlete injuries [...]
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May 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Oh Henry.

(Henry Rodriguez torched the lead in the 8th. Screen grab of TV/MASN.) Where was Storen in the 8th? Coffey? Brewers 7, Nationals 6: Remember when the Nats had a 6-2 lead in the 4th? That was awesome. Riggleman leaves it up to Henry Rodriguez to finish torching lead in the 8th. Clippard didn't help with BB/HR combo in the 7th. Livo finally gets a little...
Via Nationals Enquirer
May 25, 2011  |  Discuss

One time, Henry Rodriguez threw three straight 100 MPH fastballs.

In case you haven't heard, one of the guys Mike Rizzo traded Josh Willingham to the A's for has a reputation for his power-arm. Henry Rodriguez throws gas. From the official Nats press release: The hard-throwing right-hander ranked fourth in the big leagues last season with an average fastball velocity of 98.45 miles per hour, after his 98.96 mph average in 2009...
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December 17, 2010  |  Discuss

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