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Aug 16, 2014
Rotoworld
Rubby De La Rosa was tagged for six runs and nine hits in four innings by the Astros on Saturday.
Full Count | WEEI 2 hours ago

Thursday’s Red Sox-Angels matchups: Rubby De La Rosa vs. Matt Shoemaker

The Red Sox finish their four-game series against the Angels at Fenway Park on Thursday night when they send Rubby De La Rosa to the mound against Matt Shoemaker. De La Rosa (4-4, 3.79 ERA) showed signs of consistency in recent outings, tossing three straight quality starts, two of which came on the road. But […]
Rotoworld Aug 16, 2014

Rubby De La Rosa gives up six runs - Rubby De La Rosa (S) Boston Red Sox

Rubby De La Rosa was tagged for six runs and nine hits in four innings by the Astros on Saturday.
Full Count | WEEI Aug 16, 2014

Saturday’s Red Sox-Astros matchups: Rubby De La Rose vs. Brad Peacock

The Red Sox play the third game of their four-game series against the Astros on Saturday night when they send Rubby De La Rosa to the mound against Brad Peacock. De La Rosa (4-4, 3.21 ERA) is on a streak of three straight quality starts after an exceptional performance against the Angels last Sunday. The […]
Fenway Nation Aug 11, 2014

Rubby And Yoenis Lead Sox To Series Win, 3-1

 (Photo by Stephen Dunn/)Yoenis Cespedes clouted his first Red Sox HR and Rubby De La Rosa finally won on the road to lead Boston to a 3-1 win over the Halos—capturing their first series since just after the All-Star Break. The three-run shot by Cespedes put The Carmine Hose ahead in the eighth inning. De La Rosa hurled seven innings—giving up just one earned run while striking out eight. Boston won the series despite hitting just .141—and collected just four hits on Sunday. Koji Uehara got his 25th save to seal the win. Boston is off Monday, then heads to Cincinnati.
Boston Herald Aug 11, 2014
Red Sox Notebook: Rubby De La Rosa rolls through a solid seven

Red Sox Notebook: Rubby De La Rosa rolls through a solid seven

ANAHEIM, Calif. — By the time Saturday night’s 19-inning game finally ended, at 12:39 a.m. Pacific time, Rubby De La Rosa was back at the team hotel, tucked in and sound asleep for what he estimated to be at least an hour.So while almost everyone else was bleary-eyed for yesterday’s 12:35 p.m. start, De La Rosa was well-rested.
Full Count | WEEI Aug 10, 2014

Closing Time: Rubby De La Rosa dominant as Sox take series finale over Angels

After using eight relievers in a 19-inning marathon Saturday night, the Red Sox needed as many innings as they could get from starter Rubby De La Rosa in Sunday’s series finale against the Angels. De La Rosa not only gave them the innings, but was impressive in doing so. The right-hander gave up one run on five […]
Full Count | WEEI Aug 10, 2014

Sunday’s Red Sox-Angels matchups: Rubby De La Rosa vs. Hector Santiago

The Red Sox will close out a three-game set against the Angels Sunday, sending Rubby De La Rosa to the mound against Hector Santiago in the series finale. De La Rosa (3-4, 3.43 ERA) finally appeared to solve his road woes in his last start Tuesday against the Cardinals, holding St. Louis to six hits […]
Game 117 Lineups and Notes: De La Rosa, Santiago Pitching

Game 117 Lineups and Notes: De La Rosa, Santiago Pitching

After a marathon night in Anaheim Saturday — that stretched into the wee hours of Sunday morning — the Red Sox will try to get back to spoiler mode against the Los Angeles Angels with Rubby De La Rosa on the mound after a 5-4 loss.
Over the Monster Aug 6, 2014
Red Sox 2, Cardinals 3: A.J. Pierzynski beats Red Sox, everything is terrible

Red Sox 2, Cardinals 3: A.J. Pierzynski beats Red Sox, everything is terrible

Ugh In what can only be called the worst case scenario, the Cardinals defeated the Red Sox Tuesday night, and A.J. Pierzynski scored the game-winning run. If you're looking for a one-word summary, "loathsome" seems appropriate. On the mound, Rubby De La Rosa turned in the sort of effective, but underwhelming performance that has become commonplace for him of late. He walked at least as many batters as he has struck out in his three previous starts, and tonight was no different. More fastball-heavy then ever, De La Rosa lacked an out pitch in more ways than one, struggling to put batters...
Boston Herald Jul 25, 2014
Another rocky road for young Rubby De La Rosa

Another rocky road for young Rubby De La Rosa

TORONTO — The next time Rubby De La Rosa steps on a visiting mound, perhaps he’d be best served closing his eyes, clicking his heels three times, and reciting the words of Dorothy: There’s no place like home.At Fenway Park, De La Rosa has looked like an elite pitcher, going 3-0 with a 1.38 ERA. But as yesterday afternoon at Rogers Centre illustrated, he remains a work in progress on the road.

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