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Eduardo Rodriguez went 4.1 innings, allowed five hits, two earned runs, three walks, and struck out five in Tuesday's no-decision against the Mets.
E-Rod has had a much better second half this season after an abysmal first few months of 2021. As the fantasy season winds down, he is an start in all matchups. However, looking into 2022, he is likely going to fall down draft boards, but in reality his numbers are much better than they look on the surface. He has a 3.66 xERA, and a 3.44 FIP. Given these numbers, he is due for better results, and will likely be a draft day steal in 2022.
Eduardo Rodriguez threw six innings of one run ball on Monday, surrendering just six hits and one walk while striking out six batters.
It was a solid start for E-Rod, who unfortunately didn’t get enough run support nor bullpen help to earn the win. His ERA does lower to 5.00 on the year now with this start, but he shouldn’t be anywhere near fantasy lineups in the playoffs.
Eduardo Rodriguez went 3.2 innings, allowed eight hits, six earned runs, and struck out three in Tuesday’s loss.
E-Rod had a rough one on Tuesday. However, he has been very solid in the second half of this season. In fact, it seems as if whenever he strings together a few good starts, he has a blow-up outing that further bloats his ERA. He should still be able to give fantasy managers that are fighting through the playoff push a few more decent outings.
Eduardo Rodriguez went six innings, allowed four hits, zero earned runs, and struck out six in Thursday's win.
Man, for the those of you that dropped E-Rod during his first half struggles, I feel for you. He was put together a tremendous second half campaign. He had a 3.33 ERA in August with 9.67 K/9. He has yet to slow down in September.
Eduardo Rodriguez went seven innings, allowed eight hits, three earned runs, and struck out two in Friday’s win over Detroit.
E-Rod has been firing on all cylinders during the second half of this season. He has league winner upside if he continues on his current pace.