The Boston Red Sox left-handed pitcher contracted COVID-19, the team confirmed Tuesday.
Eduardo Rodríguez, Venezuelan pitcher of the Boston Red SoxHe tested positive for coronavirus, confirmed the team’s manager, Ron Roenicke, on Tuesday.
Rodríguez has not been with the Red Sox at Fenway Park since the camp opened because his relatives had caught the disease. And now it was his turn.
Roenicke shared that Rodríguez, who won 19 games last season with a 3.81 ERA, is not 100 percent, but he already feels better. In addition, the manager assured that he had in mind that the Venezuelan is the opener on the opening day, but that now he must find another option.
The regular season, which will comprise 60 team matches, will kick off on July 23.
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