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Over the Monster Oct 18, 2017
Eduardo Rodriguez undergoes knee surgery, will miss at least six months

Eduardo Rodriguez undergoes knee surgery, will miss at least six months

The Red Sox rotation depth looks a bit different now. The Red Sox have had some tough injury news already this winter, though most of it doesn’t seem overly serious. Hanley Ramirez underwent shoulder surgery, but he should be ready for spring training. Robby Scott also underwent surgery, but again it doesn’t seem like it’ll cause him to miss significant time. There is also the Dustin Pedroia knee issue, something we are still waiting to hear more on. As we wait for that, though, we got some fairly significant news from Eduardo Rodriguez. The young lefty underwent surgery on the knee...
Over the Monster Oct 18, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: Hanley Ramirez, Eduardo Rodriguez, Jalen Beeks

Daily Red Sox Links: Hanley Ramirez, Eduardo Rodriguez, Jalen Beeks

Both Hanley Ramirez and Eudardo Rodriguez had surgery while Jalen Beeks studies Jon Lester and Mariano Rivera. Part of the offseason plans of Hanley Ramirez and Eduardo Rodriguez included surgery, with Rodriguez undergoing a procedure on his right knee and Ramirez getting work on his left shoulder. (Matt Pepin; Boston.com) With the Ramirez surgery, the expected work for the Red Sox in free agency may have changed. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal) It appears there are three leading candidates for the Red Sox’s managerial opening. Let’s get to know them. (Peter Abraham; Boston...
MLB Daily Dish Oct 17, 2017
Red Sox' Eduardo Rodriguez undergoes knee surgery

Red Sox' Eduardo Rodriguez undergoes knee surgery

The left-hander will begin pitching again in six months. Red Sox starter Eduardo Rodriguez underwent successful right knee reconstruction Tuesday, the club has announced. Rodriguez will begin pitching again in six months, putting the left-hander on track to return to big league action in May or June. Rodriguez, 24, has dealt with knee problems extensively over the last two seasons, spending time on the disabled list in both 2016 and 2017. When healthy, however, Rodriguez has been a solid back-end starter for the Red Sox. In 24 starts in 2017, the Venezuelan posted a 4.19 ERA (3.97 FIP) and...
Washington Times Oct 17, 2017

Red Sox's Ramirez, Rodriguez have shoulder, knee surgeries

BOSTON (AP) - The Red Sox say designated hitter Hanley Ramirez and pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez are recovering from offseason surgical procedures. The team said Tuesday that Ramirez underwent an arthroscopic procedure on his left shoulder, and Rodriguez had ligament reconstruction in his right knee. Both surgeries were performed by Dr. ...
Fenway Nation Sep 29, 2017
Red Sox Inch Closer To Title Despite Pounding By 'Stros

Red Sox Inch Closer To Title Despite Pounding By 'Stros

Eduardo Rodriguez did not raise his post-season stock much last night in a 12-2 defeat at the hands of Boston's likely ALDS opponents. E-Rod lasted just 1.2 innings—coughing up five earned runs. Boston's meager offense mustered just two runs on six hits (compared to Houston's 17). Xander Bogaerts and Mitch Moreland (HR) had the RBIs. Luckily, The Evil Ones choked in the Bronx, so the Magic Number to capture the AL East flag is down to one. ()
Over the Monster Sep 28, 2017
Red Sox 2, Astros 12: At least the Yankees lost

Red Sox 2, Astros 12: At least the Yankees lost

This was hideous Well, this game sucked. The Red Sox were really looking from a strong start on Thursday night after their rotation has looked so shaky of late, but they didn’t get it from Eduardo Rodriguez. Instead, he couldn’t even make it through the second as he clearly wasn’t fooling any Astros hitter at all in that short outing. The bullpen didn’t do much better, and the offense only showed life in one inning. It was an all-around bad game, is what I’m saying. It was pretty clear from the start that this one was going to be a rough one for Rodriguez. When he is at his best,...
Over the Monster Sep 28, 2017
Red Sox vs. Astros lineup: Is tonight the night? Either way, Mookie’s back

Red Sox vs. Astros lineup: Is tonight the night? Either way, Mookie’s back

The Sox will send E-Rod to the hill as they look to wrap up the AL East. The magic number is two, which means the Red Sox could wrap up the AL East any day now with a little help from the Yankees. The Astros come to town fighting for the No. 1 seed in the AL playoffs, which means they won’t just roll over and let the Sox win, which is too bad for us, as Red Sox fans. Brad Peacock gets the start for Houston, while Eduardo Rodriguez will go for Boston. Mookie Betts is back after his wrist injury scare. Here are the full lineups:
Fenway Nation Sep 23, 2017
E-Rod The Magnificent Drops Sox Magic Number To Five

E-Rod The Magnificent Drops Sox Magic Number To Five

Eduardo Rodriguez made a statement today: "Put me in the postseason rotation!". The lefty went 7.2 innings, giving up no runs and just three hits. He struck out six in the 5-0 Boston win that reduced the team's Magic Number to five to clinch the AL East. The big offensive blow for Boston—in their fifth straight win—was a three-run HR by Mitch Moreland. Other RBIs came from Brock Holt and hometown boy Andrew Benintendi. Carson Smith and Joe Kelly closed things out, as Boston has now won 13 of their last 16 contests at the most crucial time of the year. Doug Fister will try to go for the...
Over the Monster Sep 23, 2017
Red Sox 5, Reds 0: Eduardo Rodriguez is your number three starter

Red Sox 5, Reds 0: Eduardo Rodriguez is your number three starter

He’s all of our number three starter. As the Red Sox inch closer to the postseason, they picked up another big win on Saturday. They did so behind a phenomenal pitching performance from Eduardo Rodriguez, who has been lights out this month. Boston is getting to the point where they have to start setting up their rotation for the ALDS, and while there is a little more time for things to change it seems pretty clear at this point that Rodriguez should be starting Game Three. At the very least, he’s pitching like he wants to get there and that was on full display in Cincinnati. The...
Outside Pitch Sep 23, 2017

Boston Red Sox: Eduardo Rodriguez becoming third starter

The Boston Red Sox have had one big question over the last few weeks. Who’s going to be their third starter in the postseason? After a few players made cases, it appears to be Eduardo Rodriguez turning it on when it counts the most. Eduardo Rodriguez entered September as the clear odd-man out. Although he’d been decent […] The post Boston Red Sox: Eduardo Rodriguez becoming third starter appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Red Reporter Sep 23, 2017
Game 155: Reds vs. Red Sox (4:10 PM ET) Stephenson vs. Rodriguez

Game 155: Reds vs. Red Sox (4:10 PM ET) Stephenson vs. Rodriguez

Today's Lineups BOSTON RED SOX CINCINNATI REDS Xander Bogaerts - SS Phillip Ervin - CF Andrew Benintendi - LF Zack Cozart - SS Mookie Betts - RF Joey Votto - 1B Mitch Moreland - 1B Eugenio Suarez - 3B Christian Vazquez - C Scooter Gennett - 2B Rafael Devers - 3B Scott Schebler - RF Brock Holt - 2B Adam Duvall - LF Jackie Bradley - CF Tucker Barnhart - C Eduardo Rodriguez - LHP Robert Stephenson - RHP
Over the Monster Sep 23, 2017
Red Sox at Reds lineup: Rally, rinse, repeat

Red Sox at Reds lineup: Rally, rinse, repeat

The playoffs are won. The lead is four. The magic number is six. Let’s get it. For the first time in what seems like forever, the Red Sox enter the night with a division lead larger than three games, because last night for what feels like the 10th time in the last month, the Sox rallied for an amazing win. What’s for sure is that for the second in as many nights, the Red Sox are facing a rookie righthander of whom I had never heard. Today -- 4 o’clock game -- it’s Eduardo Rodriguez for the Sox versus Robert Stephenson. (His middle name is William, if your brain filled in...

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