Eduardo Rodriguez RUMORS & NEWS

  • Red Sox SP Rodriguez (Knee) to Rest 3-4 Weeks

    CSN New England "The Red Sox are unlikely to see one of their key stating pitchers until the second half, if at all. CSNNE.com has learned that Dr. James Andrews’ recommendation to Eduardo Rodriguez was to attempt to rest for three to four weeks and try to recover conservatively from a right knee subluxation..." June 05

  • Red Sox likely replacement for Eduardo Rodriguez injured in minors

    Fanrag Sports "Boston Red Sox minor-league left-hander Brian Johnson exited his start Saturday with Triple-A Pawtucket after 1.2 innings after following a right calf injury. Johnson, who’s ranked as Boston’s No. 11 overall prospect per MLB.com, was expected to start for the Red Sox either next Friday or..." June 04

  • Red Sox to place Eduardo Rodriguez on the disabled list

    Hardball Talk "Stop me if you’ve heard this one: the Red Sox have an injury to a starting pitcher. The latest man to go down is Eduardo Rodriguez who, according to Michael Silverman of the Boston Herald, is going to be placed on the 10-day disabled list. Rodriguez slipped while getting ready for yesterday’s..." June 02

  • Eduardo Rodriguez moving upward in Red Sox rotation

    Boston Herald "We’ll see how that $30 million elbow goes. Because if David Price’s arm bends the wrong way, the second best left-hander the Red Sox have behind Chris Sale in 2017 should be Eduardo Rodriguez. There have been plenty of reasons lately to be down on the Red Sox rotation. Not because of a lack of..." March 19

  • Eduardo Rodriguez takes step forward in live BP session

    Providence Journal "Eduardo Rodriguez took a step forward on Saturday, tossing his first live batting practice session on the back fields before the Red Sox hosted the Twins at JetBlue Park. Rodriguez is now slated to throw a side session early next week before starting for the Red Sox on Thursday against the Rays..." February 25

  • E-Rod to return to mound on Wednesday

    WEEI Boston "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..." February 15

  • Red Sox won't let Rodriguez pitch in WBC after tweaking knee

    Mass Live "Red Sox left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez, who had been slated to pitch in the World Baseball Classic, likely will not participate. Rodriguez pitched winter ball in Venezuela this offseason and tweaked his knee, the same he injured in spring training to start last year. "Given what transpired in..." January 20

  • Red Sox Manager John Farrell Says There’s No Timetable On Eduardo Rodriguez

    NESN "The Boston Red Sox are set to have pitchers and catchers report to spring training on Feb. 14, and it is still unclear whether or not Eduardo Rodriguez will be present. Rodriguez tweaked his knee while playing winter ball in Venezuela, where he was preparing for the upcoming World Baseball..." January 12

  • Report: Red Sox LHP Eduardo Rodriguez progressing with knee injury

    CSN New England "Red Sox left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez, who injured his right knee pitching in the Venezuelan winter league on Dec. 27, is walking without pain and is expected to be ready for spring training, Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe reported. Rodriguez, 23, expected to be in the starting rotation,..." January 04

  • Red Sox not concerned after Eduardo Rodriguez tweaks knee

    ESPN "For now, at least, the Boston Red Sox aren't acting like they're overly concerned about Eduardo Rodriguez's right knee after he slipped on a wet mound during a winter ball start in Venezuela on Tuesday. Dave Dombrowski, Red Sox president of baseball operations, characterized the injury as..." January 01

  • Eduardo Rodriguez ‘tweaks’ his knee in winter ball

    Boston Globe "Red Sox lefthander Eduardo Rodriguez, who has been pitching winter ball in Caracas, Venezuela, had to leave his game for Navegantes del Magallanes in the first inning Tuesday when he suffered right knee discomfort. Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski wrote in an email, “He..." December 28