Providence Journal "Eduardo Rodriguez is expected to throw 20 pitches off a mound Wednesday at the Red Sox facility, the first time he'll have done so since he dislocated his right kneecap in a fielding drill on Feb. 27. John Farrell continued to decline to close the door on Rodriguez being ready to start the..." March 15
The Score "The Boston Red Sox continue to proceed cautiously with the health of Eduardo Rodriguez's right knee. Rodriguez is no longer dealing with any swelling after tweaking his knee during a drill two weeks ago, but it's becoming increasingly more unlikely he'll be ready for Opening Day, as he's yet to..." March 11
Boston Globe "It appears unlikely lefthander Eduardo Rodriguez will be on the Opening Day roster for the Red Sox. He is about out of time to get ready. Rodriguez no longer has swelling in his right knee, manager John Farrell said on Thursday. But he remains limited to playing long toss. “Through..." March 10
Eduardo Rodriguez MRI update: Subluxation of the patella tendon. Ligaments are fine. Structurally fine. Swelling though. No timetable yet.
Boston Herald "Eduardo Rodriguez’ gifted left arm unleashes an easy 95-mph heater, sometimes 96-97, and he even can reach back to touch 98. His delivery is quiet, just like his voice. His presence is soft, his sentences short and his eye contact minimal. At 22, Rodriguez embodies his youthfulness. But the..." January 28
Boston Herald "Is Eduardo Rodriguez another victim of the Red Sox rookie hype machine? Unlikely. Even after Wednesday’s game, when he was lit up for eight runs on nine hits over five-plus innings against the Marlins — yes, the Marlins, who entered the game with the lowest-scoring offense in the majors..." August 14
Providence Journal "Carl Willis didn't want to go into any details. Suffice it to say, however, the Red Sox believe they've found whatever the Baltimore Orioles found that was tipping off the pitches Eduardo Rodriguez was throwing out of the stretch last week. "It was borderline obvious," said Willis, the Red..." June 29
Source: Orioles LHP prospect Eduardo Rodriguez going to Boston for Andrew Miller.
MLB.com "Early in the Arizona Fall League a pitcher that quickly caught my attention was Eduardo Rodriguez of the Baltimore Orioles. The lanky 6-foot-2 200-pound left-hander who is ranked No. 2 among the Orioles' Top 20 Prospects by MLB.com was signed by Baltimore as an international free agent in..." October 24