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Rodriguez missed the entire 2020 season because of serious complications from a heart conditions caused by COVID-19, but he looks to be healthy heading into 2021. Assuming he doesn't have any setbacks, he should be considered one of the safest pitchers in the game. You know what you're going to get from Rodriguez: an ERA around 4.00, a WHIP around 1.30, and solid strikeouts. Those numbers won't wow you, but Rodriguez has consistently limited hard contact throughout his career, so he should retain what amounts to a fairly high floor. Plus, the usual innings concerns shouldn't be as much of a factor for him, considering nearly every pitcher has similar concerns after 2020. For a late-round pitcher, he's hardly an upside play, but he should be someone you can stick in the back end of your rotation and not think much about it.
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Eduardo Rodriguez a full go for Spring Training
Red Sox manager Alex Cora said Eduardo Rodriguez is a “full go” to start Spring Training.
Rodriguez threw a bullpen session and was in good spirits. “He's a full-go,” said Cora. “He's in good spirits. He's in great shape, worked hard during winter. Very excited to have a full season and see what he can do." Rodriguez developed myocarditis as a result of COVID-19 and missed all of 2020. The left-hander made a full recovery and is targeting Opening Day as a return date. E-Rod owned a 3.81 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and a 213:75 K:BB across 203 1/3 innings in 2019.
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