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MLB Trade Rumors Feb 15, 2017

AL Notes: Rodriguez, A’s Closer, Phegley, Adcock, O’s, Wood

Red Sox lefty Eduardo Rodriguez was cleared for his first pen session of the spring after suffering a minor knee injury in winter ball action, as Jen McCaffrey of MassLive.com reports. There was added concern given the trouble Rodriguez experienced with the same joint last year, but he was able to throw 40 pitches without…
Over the Monster Feb 15, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: Chris Sale, Tyler Thornburg, Two-Strike Hitting

Daily Red Sox Links: Chris Sale, Tyler Thornburg, Two-Strike Hitting

Today Chris Sale is ready to win. So is Tyler Thornburg. Hitting with two strikes is a key to being a great offense. The Red Sox did that in 2016. Can they do it more in 2017? (Chris Teeter; BP Boston) Chris Sale is here for one thing and one thing only: winning. (Trenni Kusnierek; CSNNE) The wise guys are not the only people who know the odds are in the Red Sox favor this year. The players do too. (Gabe Lacques; USA Today) Tyler Thornburg plays the setup role perfectly. He’s ready to play that role for a contender now. (Nick Cafardo; Boston Globe) Eduardo Rodriguez will throw off...
Boston Herald Feb 15, 2017
Red Sox Notebook: Eduardo Rodriguez expects to be ready for Opening Day

Red Sox Notebook: Eduardo Rodriguez expects to be ready for Opening Day

FORT MYERS — Eduardo Rodriguez’ right knee will have to be monitored by the Red Sox all spring, but as of yesterday, the pitcher believed he’ll be good to go by Opening Day.“I will be ready,” Rodriguez said. “I’ll just work with the trainers to get in more shape and get as close to 100 percent as I can.”The left-hander said this injury is not as bad as the one he suffered last spring, when he twisted his right knee catching fly balls in batting practice and didn’t make his season debut until May 31.And no, Rodriguez didn’t originally think that injury would be a problem...
The Republican Feb 14, 2017
Red Sox injury updates: Eduardo Rodriguez, Steven Wright, Drew Pomeranz limited in workouts (video)

Red Sox injury updates: Eduardo Rodriguez, Steven Wright, Drew Pomeranz limited in workouts (video)

Eduardo Rodriguez, Steven Wright and Drew Pomeranz were limited on Tuesday.
Full Count | WEEI Feb 14, 2017

Eduardo Rodriguez set to return to mound; Steven Wright, Drew Pomeranz not far behind

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Perhaps some clarity is coming to the back of the Red Sox rotation. Eduardo Rodriguez, Steven Wright, and Drew Pomeranz now know when they’ll each take the mound after starting spring training slightly behind the other starters. Rodriguez, who injured his knee during winter ball, will throw off a mound on […]

Red Sox bringing three starting pitchers along slowly

FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Eduardo Rodriguez (knee) did not take part in pitchers’ fielding practice during the first official Red Sox workout of spring training on Tuesday, instead going through agility drills on the side. Rodriguez will throw a bullpen session Wednesday, Boston manager John Farrell said.Fellow starters Drew Pomeranz (elbow) and Steven Wright (shoulder) took part in fielding drills Tuesday but won’t throw bullpen sessions until next Monday, Farrell said. All [...]
The Republican Feb 14, 2017
Eduardo Rodriguez, Boston Red Sox lefty, says knee is 'fine' but will he actually pitch in WBC?

Eduardo Rodriguez, Boston Red Sox lefty, says knee is 'fine' but will he actually pitch in WBC?

Boston Red Sox lefty Eduardo Rodriguez is on the Venezuela roster for the World Baseball Classic but he is listed as part of the designated pitchers pool.
Outside Pitch Feb 14, 2017

Boston Red Sox: If Eduardo Rodriguez is sent to the bullpen

The Boston Red Sox are facing a fantastic problem heading into 2017. They have too many starting pitchers. This isn’t one of those weak “we don’t have a good number five so let’s try out some Four-A pitchers” situations either. This is a legitimate “we have too many good starters” type of deal. The Red […] The post Boston Red Sox: If Eduardo Rodriguez is sent to the bullpen appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Red Sox' Eduardo Rodriguez: 'I will be ready' by Opening Day

Red Sox' Eduardo Rodriguez: 'I will be ready' by Opening Day

FORT MYERS — Eduardo Rodriguez’s knee will have to be monitored by the Red Sox all spring, but as of Tuesday, the 23-year-old said he believes he’ll be ready by Opening Day.“I will be ready,” he said. “I’ll just work with the trainers to get in more shape and get as close to 100 percent as I can.”This time, he said, it’s not as bad as the injury he suffered last spring, when he twisted his right knee catching fly balls in batting practice and didn't make his season debut until May 31.
Fenway Nation Feb 13, 2017
Red Sox Pitchers And Catcher Report To Ft. Myers Today

Red Sox Pitchers And Catcher Report To Ft. Myers Today

Among the many milestones in a baseball season, reporting day for pitchers and catchers is huge. While some players may have already arrived in Fort Myers, it is the official first reporting day that really signals the start of Spring. Interestingly, the pitcher/catcher contingent of the 2017 Carmine Hose is filled with both promise and potential problems. The promise is clear—three studs in the rotation: Cy Young-winner Rick Porcello, David Price and newly-acquired Chris Sale. The potential problems surround the health status of Drew Pomeranz, Eduardo Rodriguez and Steven Wright. Among the...
Over the Monster Feb 13, 2017
Red Sox spring training: Dates to know & How to watch

Red Sox spring training: Dates to know & How to watch

Spring training is underway. Here’s what you need to know. Spring training is here, which means that baseball is officially back. We still have a few landmarks to pass by over the next week, though. Here’s a quick schedule of the key dates to know. Pitchers and catchers report: February 13 That’s today! While some players have already reported — included all three of Boston’s aces — today is the day all pitchers and catchers must report to camp. It is the first glimpse we’ll see of Eduardo Rodriguez, and we’ll likely get more information on Drew Pomeranz and Steven Wright....
Boston Herald Feb 13, 2017
Red Sox notes: Rotation hit by injury issues early in spring

Red Sox notes: Rotation hit by injury issues early in spring

FORT MYERS — The Red Sox may not have the kind of competition for the fourth and fifth spots in their starting rotation that was originally expected.Instead of watching Drew Pomeranz, Eduardo Rodriguez and Steven Wright battle it out on the mound, the Sox may have to let this fight take place in the trainer’s room.On his first day of speaking to reporters from JetBlue Park, with pitchers and catchers officially arriving today, manager John Farrell said that neither Wright nor Pomeranz is expected to throw off a mound for at least a week.The knuckleballer Wright still hasn’t fully...
Over the Monster Feb 9, 2017
2017 World Baseball Classic: Eduardo Rodriguez is playing, and that’s okay

2017 World Baseball Classic: Eduardo Rodriguez is playing, and that’s okay

Don’t overreact to Eduardo Rodriguez being on the World Baseball Classic roster. One of the biggest questions of the winter was whether or not Eduardo Rodriguez would be on Venezuela’s World Baseball Classic team. After his great finish to the year, he went to winter ball and tweaked the knee injury that plagued him at the start of last season. Fortunately, it wasn’t too serious of an injury and it was assumed he’d be able to start spring training with no setbacks. Of course, even though it wasn’t serious many were still apprehensive about the lefty pitching in this year’s WBC....
Outside Pitch Feb 9, 2017

Boston Red Sox Eduardo Rodriguez quietly progressed in 2016

A quick look at the stats will tell you otherwise, but Boston Red Sox pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez improved in 2016. Despite a higher earned run average, higher walks plus hits per inning pitched (WHIP) and worse record, he was better. I know that doesn’t seem possible, but that’s exactly what happened. Rodriguez went 10-6 in 21 starts […] The post Boston Red Sox Eduardo Rodriguez quietly progressed in 2016 appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.

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