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Over the Monster Jan 13, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: Andrew Benintendi, Eduardo Rodriguez, Yoan Moncada

Daily Red Sox Links: Andrew Benintendi, Eduardo Rodriguez, Yoan Moncada

Today’s links look at the young trio of outfielders, a bobblehead celebrating their celebrations, and the availability of power hitters. Andrew Benintendi could be trusted with a high spot in the lineup as soon as Opening Day. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal) He is also one of a trio of young outfielders that should be one of the most dynamic groups in all of baseball. (Ian Browne; RedSox.com) They also all got their own bobbleheads, which celebrate last year’s victory dance. (Christopher Smith; Masslive) The Red Sox didn’t seem worried about Eduardo Rodriguez when he...
Full Count | WEEI Jan 11, 2017

Red Sox manager John Farrell on Hot Stove Show: No timetable on Eduardo Rodriguez

Red Sox manager John Farrell joined the Hot Stove Show on Wednesday night and provided a number of Red Sox updates, including who might play in the World Baseball Classic, the physical status of Eduardo Rodriguez and Steven Wright, and his thoughts on who might start on Opening Day. Here are some highlights. — Red […]
Over the Monster Jan 6, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: Edwin Encarnacion, Eduardo Rodriguez, Rafael Devers

Daily Red Sox Links: Edwin Encarnacion, Eduardo Rodriguez, Rafael Devers

Today’s links look at Edwin Encarnacion’s impact on the AL, Robbie Ross’ impact on the bullpen, and the battle for playing time at catcher. Edwin Encarnacion is officially with Cleveland. Does that make them the best team in the American League? (Rob Bradford; WEEI) After a year of rumors connecting Encarnacion to Boston, why didn’t Boston make a harder push for the slugger? (Alex Speier; Boston Globe) Everything looks to be fine on the Eduardo Rodriguez front, but they still need to follow up with him once he gets back to the States. (Evan Drellich; Boston Herald) The Red...
CSN New England Jan 3, 2017

Report: Red Sox LHP Eduardo Rodriguez progressing with knee injury

Red Sox left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez, who injured his knee last week, is walking without pain and expected to be ready for spring training, the Boston Globe reports.
Fenway Nation Jan 3, 2017
Red Sox Could Add A Starter After E-Rod Knee Injury

Red Sox Could Add A Starter After E-Rod Knee Injury

Multiple reports are indicating that the Red Sox—despite just trading Clay Buchholz—might be in the market for another starting pitcher in the wake of Eduardo Rodriguez re-injuring his knee. If E-Rod's "minor" tweak develops (again) into something more serious, Boston is suddenly down to just two other starters—both of whom also have had recent injury woes (Drew Pomeranz, Steven Wright). So, Dave Dombrowski may be on the lookout for a low-cost veteran who can be rotation insurance—someone like old friends Jake Peavy or Rubby De La Rosa. Stay tuned!
CSN New England Dec 29, 2016

20 Under 25 Rankings: #14 - Eduardo Rodriguez

TURNS 25: APRIL 7, 2018FINAL RATING: 6.2Click here for the entire "20 Under 25" rankingsPrior to the 2016 campaign Eduardo Rodriguez mightve found himself
The Republican Dec 29, 2016
Eduardo Rodriguez injury: 'Good chance' Red Sox SP will not pitch until spring training (report)

Eduardo Rodriguez injury: 'Good chance' Red Sox SP will not pitch until spring training (report)

Boston Red Sox pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez is likely done pitching until spring training, according to a report from ESPN's Scott Lauber.
Over the Monster Dec 29, 2016
Eduardo Rodriguez should skip the World Baseball Classic (for everyone’s sake)

Eduardo Rodriguez should skip the World Baseball Classic (for everyone’s sake)

The knee that hurt Eduardo Rodriguez’ 2016 campaign so badly is back in the news Last March, Eduardo Rodriguez hurt his knee. It wasn’t made out to be a huge deal at the time, but it quickly evolved into an injury saga that threatened Rodriguez’ entire season. First he was set for an early-season return, then that schedule was pushed back as Rodriguez struggled in his rehab outings. Then suddenly he was back in Fenway...but only because the Red Sox were so desperate for pitching that they were willing to gamble he was ready. He was not, and would not be until July. So, when Nick...
Over the Monster Dec 29, 2016
Daily Red Sox Links: Eduardo Rodriguez, Craig Kimbrel, David Ortiz

Daily Red Sox Links: Eduardo Rodriguez, Craig Kimbrel, David Ortiz

Today’s links look at an injury to Eduardo Rodriguez, Craig Kimbrel’s first year in Boston, and the best rotations in recent Red Sox history. Eduardo Rodriguez suffered a minor knee injury in his last Venezuelan Winter League start. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal) This is the same knee that has bothered him in the past, and the latest hiccup may be a red flag. (Nick Cafardo; Boston Globe) It could also be a sign that we need to lower our expectations just a little bit for the southpaw. (Jason Mastrodonato; Boston Herald) Matt Kory has a look back at Craig Kimbrel’s first...
Full Count | WEEI Dec 28, 2016

Eduardo Rodriguez’s right knee back in news thanks to Winter Ball injury

Blame the World Baseball Classic. According to the Boston Globe, Eduardo Rodriguez “tweaked” the same right knee that made the Red Sox’ pitcher miss the first two months of 2016 while pitching for Navegantes del Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League. Rodriguez reportedly left after the first inning after feeling discomfort in the knee. Red […]
Over the Monster Dec 23, 2016
Daily Red Sox Links: Clay Buchholz, Jackie Bradley, Josh Tobias

Daily Red Sox Links: Clay Buchholz, Jackie Bradley, Josh Tobias

Today’s links look at why the Red Sox had to get under the luxury tax, Eduardo Rodriguez’s decision to pitch in the WBC, and a suspension in the organization. Alex Speier tries to peel back all the layers of the Clay Buchholz trade. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe) The biggest objective of the trade was to get under the luxury tax threshold, but why was that necessary? (Jason Mastrodonato; Boston Herald) Jackie Bradley’s 2016 was a massive step in the right direction. (Matt Collins; BP Boston) Should the Red Sox have a problem with Eduardo Rodriguez pitching in the World Baseball...
The Republican Dec 22, 2016
Should the Red Sox be concerned with Eduardo Rodriguez pitching in the World Baseball Classic?

Should the Red Sox be concerned with Eduardo Rodriguez pitching in the World Baseball Classic?

Eduardo Rodriguez wants to pitch in the WBC and the Red Sox don't have a choice but to let him.
The Republican Dec 21, 2016
Eduardo Rodriguez, Boston Red Sox southpaw, throws 5 shutout innings in winter ball action

Eduardo Rodriguez, Boston Red Sox southpaw, throws 5 shutout innings in winter ball action

Eduardo Rodriguez has pitched in three winter ball games. He has allowed two runs in 10 1/3 innings. He has allowed nine hits and three walks and struck out 12 batters.
Fenway Nation Dec 21, 2016
Pomeranz And Wright Likely to Have 'Swing' Roles In '17

Pomeranz And Wright Likely to Have 'Swing' Roles In '17

Now that Clay Buchholz will be toiling in the City Of Brotherly Love, the make-up of the 2017 Red Sox rotation is much clearer. Chris Sale, David Price, Rick Porcello and Eduardo Rodriguez should be the four locked-in starters. E-Rod has no real experience in a relief role—while both Drew Pomeranz and Steven Wright do. As Paul Swydan of FanGraphs.com points out, the latter two have performed either better in the 'pen (Pomeranz) or about the same as in their starting roles (Wright). While the career sample sizes are relatively small for both, the fact remains that they at least have been...
The Republican Dec 19, 2016
Boston Red Sox-MLB trade rumors: Are Seattle Mariners interested in Drew Pomeranz?

Boston Red Sox-MLB trade rumors: Are Seattle Mariners interested in Drew Pomeranz?

The Red Sox have seven starting pitchers (Chris Sale, Rick Porcello, David Price, Steven Wright, Eduardo Rodriguez, Drew Pomeranz and Clay Buchholz) right now.

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