The Marlins released pitcher Henry Rodriguez from Triple-A New Orleans Wednesday, MLB.com reports. Rodriguez made two appearances with the Marlins earlier this season, giving up two earned runs in 1 2/3 innings while striking out one and dishing out five walks. He posted a 4.26 ERA and 41:38 K:BB ratio in 25 1/3 innings with New Orleans.
Marlins reliever Henry Rodriguez cleared waivers and has been outrighted to Triple-A New Orleans Saturday. He appeared in two games with the Marlins, walking five batters in 1 2/3 innings and allowing two runs.
Marlins reliever Henry Rodriguez has been outrighted to Triple-A Saturday. Rodriguez only pitched in two games with the club, giving up two earned runs. He was called up May 11, and lasted less than a week in the majors.
With the Marlins in need of a pitching shakeup, the team made a few moves following Tuesday's game against the Dodgers. The organization optioned reliever Dan Jennings back to Triple-A New Orleans, while simultaneously designating reliever Henry Rodriguez for assignment. One of those roster spots will likely be used for the callup of Wednesday's starter, Anthony DeSclafani. The corresponding moves will come before Wednesday's game.
The Marlins have dispatched outfielder Jake Marisnick and second baseman Donovan Solano to Triple-A New Orleans and sent shortstops Juan Diaz and Austin Nola, outfielder Matt Angle and pitchers Chris Hatcher and Henry Rodriguez to minor league camp.