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Pitching staff getting tips from Pedro

At one moment on Friday morning, arguably the best pitcher in Red Sox history was in a catcher’s stance working with Eduardo Rodriguez on flat ground. About five minutes later, Pedro Martinez had moved to the bullpen where he spotted something slightly amiss with the position of Rick Porcello’s feet. …read more

Red Sox blank Reds, trim magic number to 5

Mitch Moreland gave a masterful Eduardo Rodriguez some breathing room with a towering three-run homer in the sixth and the Red Sox whittled their magic number down to five in the American League East with a 5-0 victory over the Reds on Saturday afternoon at Great American Ball Park. …read more

E-Rod, Paxton set for duel of lefties at Safeco

The first-place Red Sox will be in Seattle for the only time this season for a three-game series that starts Monday night. It will be a battle of left-handers in Game 1. James Paxton, who has won his last four starts, takes the ball for the Mariners. Eduardo Rodriguez, who got better as the game went along in his first start back from the disabled last week, will start for Boston. …read more

E-Rod, Sox eye ALDS home field on Papi's weekend

No shortage of motivation will exist for the Blue Jays and Red Sox on Saturday at Fenway Park. The Red Sox are jockeying for home-field advantage in the American League Division Series with the Indians, and the Blue Jays are looking to stay in the AL Wild Card race. Toronto hands the ball to 20-game winner J.A. Happ, while Boston counters with lefty Eduardo Rodriguez. …read more

Playoff hunt heats up Yanks-Red Sox rivalry

A wild series at Fenway Park could be the proving ground as the Yankees’ impressive crop of Baby Bombers tries to hang with the Red Sox in a late September battle for first place in the American League East. The series opener is Thursday, with the Yankees starting Masahiro Tanaka opposite Red Sox lefty Eduardo Rodriguez. …read more

Rodriguez set for finale after being scratched from last start

The Red Sox are hoping Eduardo Rodriguez will pick up right where he left off as Boston remains behind the leading Blue Jays in a tight American League East race. The defending champion Royals will counter with their 2015 World Series Game 3 pitcher: Yordano Ventura. …read more