Eduardo Rodriguez starting for Boston in Game 4
Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez is getting the ball in Game 4 of the World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Nathan Eovaldi was originally slated to take the bump, but he was forced to throw six innings and 97 pitches in relief last night as Game 3 went to 18 innings. Rodriguez also appeared in relief, although he just threw six pitches in a strikeout of Joc Pederson.
Our models project Rodriguez for 5.7 strikeouts, 2.9 earned runs, and 29.8 FanDuel points in 5.8 innings pitched.
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