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Fantasy News

  • Pirates' Endy Rodriguez: Active at Triple-A

    Rodriguez (forearm) was activated from the minor-league injured list with Triple-A Indianapolis on Saturday, Rob Biertempfel of The Athletic reports. The 22-year-old switch hitter had a .263/.333/.456 slash line with three home runs and an 8:6 K:BB in 14 games before suffering a forearm strain. In addition to 12 starts behind the dish, Rodriguez made one start at first base and one start at designated hitter. He could get a call-up sometime in the coming weeks if he performs well.
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  • Pirates' Endy Rodriguez: Returning soon at Triple-A

    Rodriguez (forearm) is expected to return at designated hitter for Triple-A Indianapolis within the next week, Alex Stumpf of reports. Rodriguez landed on the minor-league injured list last Friday after being diagnosed with a right forearm strain, but it thankfully seems to be a relatively minor injury. The 22-year-old catcher ranks as one of the top prospects at his position and could make his MLB debut later this season if his health cooperates.
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  • Pirates' Endy Rodriguez: Diagnosed with forearm strain

    Rodriguez is dealing with a strained right forearm, Kevin Gorman of reports. Rodriguez hit the minor-league injured list Friday with an arm injury, but his exact diagnosis was not yet available. He'll be evaluated Monday in Pittsburgh, at which point a clearer timeline for his recovery should emerge.
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  • Pirates' Endy Rodriguez: Placed on minor-league IL

    Rodriguez (forearm) was placed on the 7-day injured list Friday at Triple-A Indianapolis, Jonathan Mayo of reports. Rodriguez connected for his third home run of the season Thursday against Memphis, but he later departed that game after injuring his right arm on a throw. There's no exact diagnosis or return date yet for the highly touted 22-year-old catcher. He's scheduled to visit with the Pirates' medical staff this weekend.
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  • Pirates' Endy Rodriguez: Optioned to Triple-A

    The Pirates optioned Rodriguez to Triple-A Indianapolis on Tuesday. The 22-year-old catching prospect tore his way through the minors last season, slashing .323/.407/.590 between the High-A, Double-A and Triple-A levels. While he will begin 2023 in Triple-A, Rodriguez's offensive abilities, defensive versatility and Pittsburgh's lack of production behind the plate at the major-league level all make him a candidate to be called up early in the season.
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  • Pirates' Endy Rodriguez: Will be in major-league camp

    Rodriguez will be on the major-league side of Pirates' camp this spring, per Justice delos Santos of One of the top position-player prospects in the sport, Rodriguez slashed .323/.407/.590 with 25 home runs and 95 RBI in 125 games last season between High-A Greensboro, Double-A Altoona and Triple-A Indianapolis. The 22-year-old catcher seems doubtful to actually make the Opening Day roster in Pittsburgh, but he is certainly on the fast track to making his MLB debut.
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  • Pirates' Endy Rodriguez: Moves to 40-man roster

    Rodriguez was added to the Pirates' 40-man roster Tuesday. Rodriguez is one of the league's best catching prospects and finished 2022 at the Triple-A level despite beginning the season at High-A. He played in only six games at the highest level of the minors, but his .997 OPS on the season could push him toward making his MLB debut next year.
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  • Pirates' Endy Rodriguez: Bumped to Triple-A

    Rodriguez was promoted from Double-A Altoona to Triple-A Indianapolis on Tuesday, Justice delos Santos of reports. Rodriguez has emerged as one of the game's best catching prospects this year, hitting .317/.406/.580 with 24 home runs, four steals, a 19.8 percent strikeout rate and an 11.8 percent walk rate in 119 games between High-A and Double-A. This promotion will allow him to keep playing in games following the conclusion of the Double-A season. Rodriguez, who has played in 17 games this year at second base to go along with his time at catcher and designated hitter, could debut in Pittsburgh next year.
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  • Pirates' Endy Rodriguez: Blasting off in Double-A

    Rodriguez has slashed .357/.438/.696 with eight home runs, 14 doubles and 32 RBI through 29 games since his promotion to Double-A Altoona. After crushing the ball to the tune of a .936 OPS in High-A, Rodriguez is sitting on a 1.134 mark at the higher level -- and, just as impressively, he's actually clipped his strikeout rate and raised his walk rate since the promotion. As a switch-hitting catcher who's flashing high-end contact ability and power as well as strong defensive ability, he's quickly grown into a must-roster prospect in dynasty formats. It's also possible the Pirates will move him off catcher, as he's seen significant time at second base and in left field and looked good at both positions. His bat will play anywhere.
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