Eduardo Rodriguez returns to Tigers after three-month hiatus

E-Rod go back to Tigers after three-month hiatus initially appeared on NBC Sports Boston

Former Boston Red Sox left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez is back in the major leagues after a three-month lack.

The Detroit Tigers restored Rodriguez on Friday. The 2018 World Series champ is anticipated to begin Sunday’s video game vs. the Los Angeles Angels.

E-Rod was put on the hurt list with a chest injury suffered throughout a start on May 18. He left the group in June and was moved to the limited list due to an individual matter.

The Tigers signed Rodriguez to a five-year, $77 million agreement prior to the 2022 season. The 29-year-old surrendered roughly $75,000 for each day invested in the limited list.

Rodriguez has actually made 8 starts this season for Detroit, collecting a 1-3 record and 4.38 AGE.

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