Luis Rodriguez
Luis Rodriguez
38-Year-Old Second Baseman2B
 Free Agent  
Free Agent
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$Agreed to a minor league contract with the Angels in December of 2012.
2BLos Angeles Angels  
July 8, 2013
Rodriguez went 2-for-2 with a triple, a home run, one RBI, two runs scored and a pair of walks against Triple-A Tacoma on Sunday.
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The 33-year old utility infielder is batting .333 with five extra-base hits, including one home run, and six RBI over his last 10 games. He'll continue to serve as organization depth but could receive a callup should the Angels infield get hit hard with injuries.
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Rodriguez began last season at Triple-A Portland, where he was off to a hot start, hitting over .400 before fracturing his hand in mid-April. He missed 45 games on the disabled list and hit only .196 before being called up by San Diego in early July to fortify the bench. A couple of weeks later, Rodriguez became the everyday shortstop after Khalil Greene broke his hand punching an equipment chest. Rodriguez is a contact hitter devoid of speed and power but did hit a respectable .287 on the heels of a career-best average on balls in play. Rodriguez should return to a utility role where he has minimal fantasy value.
Rodriguez will try to win a utility job with the Padres after being claimed off waivers last fall. He can play all four infield positions, but doesn't offer much power or speed.
Rodriguez will try to keep his job as a utility infielder this spring. He can play all four infield positions, but doesn't offer much power or speed. With the Minnesota infield more settled than it's been in years, he won't find many at-bats even if he stays on the roster.
Rodriguez will try to win a job as a utility infielder after holding his own in his big league debut last season. He gets on base at a decent clip and can play three infield positions, but doesn't hit for enough power to win a regular job or steal enough bases to help fantasy players in a limited role.
Rodriguez hasn't had much hype as a prospect, but continues to post decent numbers each season. The Twins are thin on middle infield talent so he could get a look next spring after hitting a respectable .286/.356/.388 last season at Triple-A Rochester.
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2BLos Angeles Angels  
May 4, 2013
Rodriguez, who went 3-for-5 with two RBI and a run scored, was just a home run short of the cycle during Friday's win over Triple-A Tuscon.
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2BLos Angeles Angels  
April 1, 2013
Rodriguez was reassigned to Triple-A Salt Lake on Saturday, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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2BLos Angeles Angels  
March 24, 2013
Rodriguez is one of seven players in the mix for the final 2-3 roster spots, the Angels' official website reports.
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2BLos Angeles Angels  
February 17, 2013
Rodriguez arrived in Angels camp Sunday after taking care of his visa issues, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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2BLos Angeles Angels  
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December 17, 2012
The Angels signed Rodriguez to a minor league contract Monday, MLB.com's Alden Gonzalez reports.
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