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Eduardo Rodriguez

SP | Boston Red Sox
Bats / Throws: L / L
Age: 26 (1993-04-07)
Ht / Wt: 6'2" / 220 lbs.

2019 Stats Snapshot

IPWSOERAWHIPSVFIP
49.74---4.8931.43---2.98

Draft Prep / Rankings Snapshot

Staff RankTrendAvg ADPAuctionRound (12-team)Diff
170246$615.17+76.0
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4 days agoBoston Red Sox starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez spanned six innings, allowing five runs, on nine hits, while striking out a season-high 10 batters, and walking just one in a no decision against the Rockies Wednesday. The high strikeout total is wonderful to see from the 26-year-old, but a three-run seventh inning cost Rodriguez a quality start. A positive is that he has not allowed a home run in five straight starts. He's now 4-2 with a 4.89 ERA but boasts a near 26 K% with just a 7 BB%. He'll look to limit a big inning in his next time out against the Blue Jays on Monday.--Steve Janik - RotoBaller
Source: MLB.com

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Historical Split Stats

  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
SplitIPHSOBBERAFIPWHIPHRK/9BB/9BABIP
vL8.3131139.726.581.92311.93.20.435
vR34.33639123.4082.351.398110.23.20.361
HOME30.3263773.561.881.088111.02.10.325
AWAY19.3291996.9834.711.96638.84.20.413
vL24.3223763.6992.961.151313.72.20.352
vR86.08398333.9773.851.3491210.33.50.31
HOME73.07483223.6993.021.315610.22.70.335
AWAY56.74563233.9714.451.21010.03.70.252
vL24.3293093.6993.781.56230.10.30.377
vR93.377108374.1464.191.221150.10.30.271
HOME58.35971274.4743.731.47470.10.20.344
AWAY79.06779233.9874.161.139120.10.40.267
vL21.3232592.5312.961.510.10.30.367
vR71.36468284.5425.191.29150.10.30.253
HOME46.34942216.0225.561.511100.10.30.293
AWAY60.75058193.7093.561.13760.10.40.265
vL29.0312555.5865.281.24170.10.60.289
vR72.07056273.6253.651.34750.10.30.302
HOME70.77154193.9484.121.27490.20.40.325
AWAY51.04944183.7063.671.31440.10.30.302

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  • @SmittyOnMLB: @DerekSzman Alex Rodriguez batted .259 in the postseason. Is he an easy out?
    Posted 1 day ago
  • @SmittyOnMLB: Alex Cora explains leaving in Boston Red Sox starter Eduardo Rodriguez for seventh inning https://t.co/53Qfd5BrpJ
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @SmittyOnMLB: Red Sox left-handed starter Eduardo Rodriguez has reverse splits this season. Left-handed hitters are batting .351… https://t.co/Pct8Qr4EPk
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Cora said there’s a ‘trust factor’ with Rodriguez, especially against lefties, but it didn’t work out.
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @SmittyOnMLB: Red Sox's Eduardo Rodriguez recorded 20 swings-and-misses, including seven with his changeup.
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @alexspeier: The 7th inning got away from Rodriguez quickly: Single, groundrule double, HBP vs three straight lefties. Barnes co… https://t.co/pd17X4RRjB
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @PeteAbe: Rodriguez back out for the seventh. With Houston coming in this weekend, sparing the bullpen a little work could pay off.
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @PeteAbe: Solid 6 IP for Eduardo Rodriguez

    7 H, 2 R, 1 BB, 10 K. 99/68.
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Scoreboard had Rodriguez fastball at 101 mph. Statcast has it at 90.8 mph. The former was way more interesting.
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Rodriguez has thrown 11 breaking balls, 10 for strikes, getting 4 swings/misses and 4 balls in play with lower exit… https://t.co/w4gDOnptxB
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Trevor Story whiffed on a Rodriguez changeup in the dirt. 6 Ks, 0 BBs through 2.2 IP.
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Here’s Rodriguez’s changeup location in the first. The one that missed over the plate had so much movement that Rey… https://t.co/CzkQpECq3C
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Rodriguez got Arenado to chase a changeup off the plate for a strikeout. Arenado was furious with himself for expanding the zone.
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Eduardo Rodriguez strikes out Charlie Blackmon on an elevated 94 mph fastball to open the game, the conclusion of a… https://t.co/2LRAQDf3lW
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @PeteAbe: #RedSox tonight: Benintendi LF, Betts RF, Martinez DH, Moreland 1B, Bogaerts SS, Devers 3B, Chavis 2B, Bradley CF,… https://t.co/0xlpI3Cu8y
    Posted 5 days ago
  • @IanMBrowne: Tonight against Rockies. Benintendi LF, Betts RF, Martinez DH, Moreland 1B, Bogaerts SS, Devers 3B, Chavis 2B, Brad… https://t.co/fVKm1mcOXg
    Posted 5 days ago
  • @SmittyOnMLB: Red Sox lineup: Benintendi LF, Betts RF, Martinez DH, Moreland 1B, Bogaerts SS, Devers 3B, Chavis 2B, Bradley CF, Vázquez C, Rodriguez P
    Posted 5 days ago
  • @SmittyOnMLB: David Price will throw one more bullpen (probably) tomorrow, then the Red Sox will decide whether he pitches Saturd… https://t.co/AhyQv2pxY2
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @jcmccaffrey: RT @jcmccaffrey: It was the elephant in the dugout every time Eduardo Rodriguez took the mound - he could never pitch seven full innings.…
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @jcmccaffrey: It was the elephant in the dugout every time Eduardo Rodriguez took the mound - he could never pitch seven full inn… https://t.co/yPh5qelJQR
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @jcmccaffrey: RT @TheAthleticBOS: When he got back to the dugout, his teammates applauded. Eduardo Rodriguez had achieved something he'd been trying to d…
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @alexspeier: Cora on Rodriguez: ‘He was great. ... He’s been very consistent, too.’
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @SmittyOnMLB: Boston Red Sox climb over .500 for first time in 2019 behind Mitch Moreland’s 3-run homer, Eduardo Rodriguez’s 7 sh… https://t.co/SusKNCrIxk
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @IanMBrowne: Rodriguez didn't go seven innings at all last season either, as hard as that is to believe.
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @IanMBrowne: Cora had been talking about how the next step for Rodriguez was to go seven full innings. He did that for the first… https://t.co/cLoN40pc53
    Posted 1 week ago

Depth Charts - Batters

Depth Charts - Pitchers

Boston Red Sox Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Michael Chavis (3B)
  2. Nick Decker (OF)
  3. Mike Shawaryn (SP)
  4. Darwinzon Hernandez (SP)
  5. Jay Groome (SP)
  6. Bobby Dalbec (3B)
  7. C.J. Chatham (SS)
  8. Durbin Feltman (SP)
  9. Travis Lakins (SP)

Basic and Advanced Historical Stats

YearGGSIPWHSOBBERAFIPWHIPK/9BB/9BABIP
20199949.745556164.8932.981.4310.22.90.364
20182723129.713119146453.8173.651.26510.13.10.301
20172524137.36126150504.1943.981.2820.10.30.3
20162020107.0399100404.7141.2990.10.30.278
20152121121.71012098373.84741.290.10.40.315

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