Red Sox's Eduardo Rodriguez: Tabbed for Game 4 start
Rodriguez will start Game 4 of the World Series against the Dodgers, Jim Bowden of The Athletic reports.
Nathan Eovaldi was originally scheduled to start Game 4, but he won't be able to pitch for a few days after throwing six innings in relief in Game 3, giving Rodriguez an opportunity to start in the World Series. The southpaw will face a Dodgers lineup that relies heavily on platoons to exploit batter/pitcher matchups, though he doesn't have signiicantly different numbers against righties (.238 BAA) and lefties (.234 BAA). He'll be opposed by fellow left-hander Rich Hill.
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