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KFFL Sep 21, 2014

Red Sox | Rubby De La Rosa will not start again

Boston Red Sox SP Rubby De La Rosa will not make another start this season ...
Fenway Nation Sep 21, 2014

Sox Wear 'Rubby' Slip-Ups, Fall To O's, 7-2

(Photo by Patrick Smith/)Pretty soon, the "Rubby" will have to meet the road. Multiple poor starting performances by Rubby De La Rosa raises the the question of whether the young right-hander is better suited to the bullpen. He clearly has the stuff, but he might not have the endurance to be a starter. Again last night, De La Rosa went just four innings—giving up four earned runs (including two two-run HRs) in a 7-2 loss. And this was against a line-up that was resting some Oriole regulars. David Ortiz belted another HR (his 35th), but everyone else in the Boston lineup was pretty much...
Full Count | WEEI Sep 20, 2014

Saturday’s Red Sox-Orioles matchups: Rubby De La Rosa vs. Chris Tillman

The Red Sox will play the second game of their three-game series against the Orioles on Saturday night, as Rubby De La Rosa will face off against Chris Tillman. De La Rosa’€™s last two starts have not gone exactly as planned. Against the Royals last Saturday, the right-hander (4-7, 4.31 ERA) was charged for two […]
Fenway Nation Sep 14, 2014

No Gem From Rubby; Red Sox Smoked, 7-1

(Photo by Ed Zurga/)Rubby De La Rosa is starting to lose the "Which Kid Pitcher In The Punto Deal Is Better?" debate. One day after Allen Webster delivered a solid performance, De La Rosa laid another egg—going just four innings and giving up five earned runs in a 7-1 loss. Nearly all of Rubby's pitchers were up in the zone, and it seemed like the recently woeful Royals were dying to get to the plate. Boston's offense consisted of two hits by David Ortiz and a sacrifice fly by Yoenis Cespedes. The Valentine Magic Number is stuck at five—with thirteen tilts left to play.
The Republican Sep 6, 2014

Rubby De La Rosa approaching innings limit as Red Sox keep close eye on young starters

Making an innings jump of more than 60 percent from 2013 to 2014 is unusual for a young pitcher.

Rubby De La Rosa Photos

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