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Félix Rodríguez (baseball)

Félix Rodríguez
Relief pitcher
Born: (1972-09-09) September 9, 1972 (age 47)
Montecristi, Dominican Republic
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
May 13, 1995 for the Los Angeles Dodgers
Last MLB appearance
September 30, 2006 for the Washington Nationals
Career statistics
Win–Loss 38–26
Earned run average 3.71
Strikeouts 512
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Félix Antonio Rodríguez (born September 9, 1972) is a Dominican former Major League Baseball relief pitcher.

Major league career (1996–2006)

Rodríguez was signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers in

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He began his major league career in 1995 with the Dodgers, was on waivers throughout

  1. REDIRECT Template:Baseball year, was picked up by the Cincinnati Reds, where he played in 1997. In 1998, he played for the Arizona Diamondbacks, then with the San Francisco Giants from 1999-2004. He started 2004 with the Giants before being traded to the Philadelphia Phillies. It was with the Giants that Rodriguez had several crucial postseason failures. In Game 2 of the 2000 NLDS, he allowed a two run homer to Edgardo Alfonzo of the Mets in the 9th inning and later an RBI single in the 10th inning that won the game for the New York Mets. In Game Two of the 2002 World Series, Rodriguez gave up a two run home run to Tim Salmon of the Angels in the eighth inning that proved to be the deciding blow. In Game Six of the 2002 World Series, he gave up the rally-starting home run to Angels first baseman Scott Spiezio that started the rally that lost the game for the Giants—a game in which the Giants had led 5-0 at one point. The resulting loss is often cited as the decisive turning point in the series. And in the 2003 NLDS Rodriguez gave up a key two out, two run single in Game 4 that eventually proved the difference in the game that won the series for the Florida Marlins. He began 2005 with the New York Yankees, after being traded from the Phillies for center fielder Kenny Lofton in a one-for-one deal. In spring training 2006, he signed with the Montreal Expos, he was designated for assignment at the end of the season.

Years after Majors (2007–2009)

He signed a minor league deal with the Florida Marlins but didn't make the team and was released on March 28. He finished the 2007 season playing for the Kia Tigers in the Korean Baseball Organization.


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