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Chris Rodriguez went four innings, allowed six hits, one earned run, and struck out two on Tuesday.
Rodriguez has done very well when he is on the mound. The main issue for fantasy purposes is that he needs to go deeper into games. However, the 23 year old owns a 3.64 ERA and should be owned in deeper leagues as a wait and see guy.
Chris Rodriguez went six innings, allowed four hits, three earned runs, and struck out seven in Monday’s 2-1 loss to Texas.
Rodriguez has looked solid since his return from the IL. He now owns a 3.86 ERA, and will likely see at least another opportunity to start this weekend.
Angels' RP Chris Rodriguez gave up one earned run on three hits and one strikeout over 1.1 innings pitched on Monday.
Monday marked C-Rod's first appearance for the Angels since May 5th, and besides a hard-hit double, he looked pretty sharp coming out of the bullpen. Rodriguez now sports a 2.65 ERA and a 1.18 WHIP on the year, and he'll look to find his touch on the mound as he gets back into form for the Halos.
The Angels reinstated pitcher Chris Rodriguez (shoulder) from the 10-day injured list Thursday.
Rodriguez has been sidelined since May 5th with right shoulder inflammation. He was activated from the injured list Thursday and is expected to be used in a high-leverage role upon his return. The move was made before Thursday’s game. Rodriguez owns a 2.30 ERA, 1.09 WHIP, and a 17:2 K: BB across 15 2/3 innings in 2021.
Angels relief pitcher Chris Rodriguez threw a successful bullpen session on Monday, and is now set to join Triple-A Salt Lake for a rehab assignment.
Rodriguez's absence is a tough blow for an Angels bullpen that is already struggling to keep runs off the board. The rookie right-hander is currently rocking a 2.30 ERA with 17 strikeouts across 15.2 innings thus far this season.