Red Sox’s Eduardo Rodriguez Announces He’s ‘Back’ After Bout With COVID-19


Jul 18, 2020

Eduardo Rodriguez’s return to the Boston Red Sox appears to be right around the corner.

The lefty was one of four Boston players that tested positive for COVID-19 before the team’s Summer Camp began earlier this month. But things appear to be looking up for Rodriguez, who took to Twitter on Saturday with a positive message for Red Sox nation.

“I’m back ??✌️✌️⚾️⚾️,” the southpaw wrote.

To be clear, the Red Sox still have not officially announced Rodriguez’s return. But Saturday’s tweet certainly seems to be a step in the right direction.

With that said, Boston named Nathan Eovaldi its Opening Day starter when the Red Sox welcome the Baltimore Orioles to Fenway Park on Friday.

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