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date ip
Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Earned Run Average
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Sep 29, 2022 6.2 5 5 4.02 22.5
Sep 23, 2022 6.0 4 5 4.37 17.5
Sep 17, 2022 6.1 3 5 4.35 18.5
Sep 12, 2022 5.0 3 5 4.50 -5
Sep 6, 2022 7.0 3 4 4.13 18

Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Saves
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Strikeouts
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 171.510.7 85.0 5 5 65 33 4.02 1.34
2021 339.510.6 157.7 13 8 185 47 4.74 1.39
2020 0.0 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 281.512.8 120.3 11 5 133 41 4.19 1.35
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Cruises to win Thursday

    Rodriguez (5-5) tossed 6.2 scoreless innings to earn the win Thursday against the Royals. He allowed five hits and four walks while striking out three. The four walks were a bit high, but it was otherwise a stellar outing for Rodriguez. The lefty has now registered three straight quality starts, with wins in two of those games. Rodriguez was out due to personal reasons for about two and half months, so he's only made 16 starts to date in his first season with the Tigers. He could be primed for a strong 2023 campaign if he makes 30 or more starts, which he did in his previous two seasons heading into this year. Rodriguez is lined up to make one final 2022 start Tuesday against the Mariners.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Earns win in quality start

    Rodriguez (4-5) picked up the win Friday against the White Sox, giving up three runs on eight hits across six innings. He struck out three batters and walked one. While the outing was good for both a win and a quality start, it can hardly be considered a dominating outing. The lefty allowed one run on a Jose Abreu single in the third inning and two more on an AJ Pollock homer in the sixth. Rodriguez is in line to face the Royals at home and the Mariners on the road to close out the year.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Strikes out seven batters

    Rodriguez did not factor into the decision against the White Sox on Saturday, allowing two runs on two hits while striking out seven batters and walking two over 6.1 innings. Rodriguez pitched well enough to win the game Saturday but did not factor into the decision, as the game went into extra innings. The lefty picked up a quality start in the outing, his second this month and his seventh of the season. This has been a rough month for Rodriguez, as he has given up 15 earned runs across 22.1 frames for a 6.04 ERA. Perhaps his outing Saturday will help get him on the right track. He will take a 4.35 ERA into his next appearance.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Takes fifth loss

    Rodriguez (3-5) allowed five runs on 10 hits across five innings to take the loss Monday against the Astros. He walked one and struck out two. Houston has a stacked lineup and it made Rodriguez work, as the lefty allowed a season-high 10 hits. Rodriguez was better in his last start, allowing just three runs across seven innings, but this is the second time in his last three outings allowing five or more runs. All told, the 29-year-old now has a 4.50 ERA across 66 innings this season. Rodriguez will look for better results his next time out, which is currently scheduled for Saturday against the White Sox.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Quality start in no-decision

    Rodriguez tossed seven innings, giving up three runs on five hits while striking out four in Tuesday's extra-inning loss to the Angels. He did not factor into the decision. Rodriguez gave up three solo homers in the first two innings before pitching five scoreless frames to end his outing. The left-hander was taken off the hook for a loss when the Tigers scored a run in the top of the eighth, evening the score at 3-3. He has now produced strong efforts in three of his four starts since returning to the team Aug. 19 after an extended absence due to a personal matter, producing a 3.69 ERA over 22 innings. Rodriguez now owns a 4.13 ERA and 1.33 WHIP with 50 strikeouts over 61 frames in 12 outings this season.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Surrenders five runs

    Rodriguez (3-4) allowed six runs (five earned) on six hits and two walks while striking out five across four innings to take the loss Thursday against Seattle. Rodriguez allowed at least one earned run in three of his four innings. He served up back-to-back homers to begin the second frame and then proceeded to allow four hits -- leading to three more runs -- in the fourth inning. Entering Thursday's start, Rodriguez had allowed only one earned run across 11 innings since rejoining the active roster Aug. 21. For the season, he owns a 4.17 ERA with a 46:25 K:BB across 54 innings.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Sleeper pitchers for Week 22 (Aug. 29-Sept. 4)

    Rodriguez's velocity and whiffs have been down in two starts back with the Tigers, but the results against the Angels and Rangers have been decent. He's not the highest-priority play this week, but he's facing a Mariners lineup that ranks in the bottom 10 for runs scored.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Tosses quality start, earns win

    Rodriguez (3-3) picked up the win against Texas on Saturday, allowing one run on six hits and three walks while striking out two batters over six innings. Though Rodriguez allowed a fair amount of traffic on the bases, he was able to make it through six innings on just 78 pitches. He was helped by three double plays and pitched to contact, as the left-hander induced only two swinging strikes. Rodriguez has looked good since returning from a lengthy stay on the injured list Aug. 21, earning a pair of wins and allowing only one run over 11 innings across two starts.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Five scoreless in return

    Rodriguez (2-3) earned the victory Sunday over the Angels, striking out five in five shutout innings while allowing four hits and three walks. Rodriguez (personal) made his first start since May 18 after dealing with a rib injury and a personal issue over the last three months. Three times Sunday the lefty had two runners on and one out; in each case, he worked his way out of trouble. He tossed 78 pitches -- 45 strikes -- and may have a pitch limit as he works his way back to full strength. The 29-year-old has a 3.89 ERA, 1.34 WHIP and 39:20 K:BB in 44 innings across nine starts this year. His next start will likely be at the end of next week in Texas.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Activated, starting Sunday

    Rodriguez (personal) was activated from the restricted list Friday, Cody Stavenhagen of The Athletic reports. He is confirmed to start Sunday's game against the Angels. Rodriguez had a 1.29 ERA, 0.86 WHIP and 22:3 K:BB in 14 innings across three rehab starts this month in the minors, most recently building up to six innings at Triple-A on Tuesday.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Drafted among the top 50 starting pitchers and expected to take a step forward with a move to a more pitcher-friendly venue, Rodriguez sputtered out of the gate before straining his ribcage in late May and then stepping away from the team for several months to attend to a personal matter. He's all built up again, though, after a dominant three-start rehab assignment that ended with him striking out 11 over six one-run innings at Triple-A. If he's indeed back on track, he could be a clutch pickup this time of year. Best to move in on him now before his return becomes official this weekend.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Joining big-league rotation Sunday

    The Tigers plan to reinstate Rodriguez (personal) from the restricted list and have him start Sunday's game against the Angels, Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Press reports. Rodriguez will be rejoining the Tigers to make his first start since May 18, after his two-plus-month-stint on the restricted list was proceeded by a month-long stay on the 15-day injured list with a left rib cage sprain. He's been fully recovered from the injury for a while now, and after returning from personal leave Aug. 6 to begin his rehab assignment, Rodriguez has looked as dominant against minor-league hitters as could be expected. He ended the minor-league assignment on a high note Tuesday, when he struck out 11 over six innings of one-run ball for Triple-A Toledo. He tossed 72 pitches in that outing and shouldn't face any major workload restrictions when he slots back into the Detroit rotation Sunday.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Close to return

    Rodriguez (personal) will make his third rehab start Tuesday at Triple-A Toledo, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports. Tuesday's outing will likely be Rodriguez's last in the minors before he meets with Tigers manager A.J. Hinch on Wednesday to discuss his next steps. If he's set to return to the big leagues, the left-hander could start for the Tigers as soon as Aug. 21 against the Angels. Rodriguez last pitched for Detroit on May 18 before being shut down with a rib cage injury and then landing on the restricted list to tend to a personal matter.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Sharp with Toledo

    Rodriguez (personal) allowed one hit and one walk while striking out six across five scoreless innings Thursday in a rehab outing with Triple-A Toledo, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports. Rodriguez stretched out to 53 pitches after he covered three frames in his first rehab appearance with Single-A Lakeland last weekend. The left-hander may make one additional rehab appearance, but he should be back in the Detroit rotation by the end of August, barring any setbacks.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Covers three frames in rehab start

    Rodriguez (personal) struck out five over three innings in his rehab start Saturday for Single-A Lakeland, giving up an earned run on three hits and one walk. The start with Lakeland was Rodriguez's first at any level since early June, when he was rehabbing a rib injury before he went on personal leave for nearly two months. Though he's fully healthy at this point, Rodriguez will need more time to build up after the extended absence before the Tigers reinstate him from the restricted list. According to Evan Woodbery of MLive.com, manager A.J. Hinch said that Rodriguez is expected to make his second rehab start Thursday at Triple-A Toledo. He'll likely make at least two starts with Toledo before slotting back into Detroit's rotation in the latter half of August.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Reporting to spring training site

    Rodriguez (personal) will report to the Tigers' extended spring training facility Saturday, Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Press reports. Rodriguez has been away from the Tigers over the last month and a half due to a personal matter, but he recently regained contact with the team and began to ramp back up. The team hopes the left-hander will be ready to appear in games at Single-A Lakeland by the end of the week, and the goal is for Rodriguez to be ready to rejoin the Tigers' rotation around the third week of August.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Ramping back up

    Rodriguez (personal) has been in contact with the Tigers recently and has begun to ramp back up, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. Rodriguez left the team due to a personal matter in mid-June and wasn't in touch with the team for several weeks, but the Tigers hope that he'll be able to return to game action sometime in late August. The southpaw will presumably require several weeks to ramp back up following his layoff, and it wouldn't be surprising to see him head out on a minor-league rehab assignment sometime next month.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Not in touch with team

    Tigers general manager Al Avila said Wednesday that Rodriguez (personal) hasn't been in communication with the club since landing on the restricted list June 13, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports. "We reached out, but he hasn't reached out back. We're just kind of waiting it out...it is unusual. But we have no choice but to wait and see what develops as we move forward," Avila said. When Rodriguez was placed on the restricted list to tend to a personal matter, the Tigers relayed that the southpaw wouldn't have a timeline for a return, but the expectation was that he would remain in touch with the team in some capacity. The fact that Rodriguez isn't actively keeping in contact with Tigers officials could hint at some potential friction between player and team, as Avila might not have made these public comments if the two sides were on the same page. At any rate, fantasy managers shouldn't count on Rodriguez being ready to go coming out of the All-Star break, as he'll likely need at least few weeks to ramp back up regardless of when he rejoins the Tigers. Before being moved to the restricted list, Rodriguez was on the cusp of returning from the 15-day injured list after he had been sidelined since late May with a left rib cage sprain.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: No updates from team

    Rodriguez (personal) remains without any sort of return timetable, with the Tigers electing to respect his privacy rather than give further information regarding his absence, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports. Rodriguez was on the verge of returning from a rib injury in mid-June but had to leave the team due to a personal issue, the nature of which still hasn't been specified by the Tigers. Manager A.J. Hinch said Friday that Rodriguez is back at his home in Florida with his children but didn't provide any information on his expected return date.
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  • Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez: Transferred to restricted list

    Rodriguez (ribs) was transferred to the restricted list due to a personal matter Monday. Rodriguez appeared to be close to a return from his strained left rib cage, but he'll now miss an unspecified amount of additional time. The Tigers have remained vague about both the reason for his absence and his expected return date. Depending on how long the personal matter keeps him out for, Rodriguez may be stuck with a further delay as he ramps back up to speed.
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