Ivan Rodriguez

Washington Nationals #7 - Catcher

  • Born: 11/30/71
  • Age: 42
  • Height: 5-9
  • Weight: 205

Trip through Thuzio: Marlins edition

There are plenty of former Marlins players who are interested in being at your next event for the right price. If you use the site Thuzio, you can hang out with your favorite former Fish at a nice, hefty cost!

Marlins History: Ivan Rodriguez Joins Marlins

This week marks the eleventh anniversary of when Ivan Rodriguez agreed to join the Marlins.

Loss Leader Strategy: Losing Teams and Free Agents

The Twins need to find a new strategy to help them bring in free agent talent. With more money available than they've ever had before, the answer might just be: over-spend.

Prospect Retrospective: Jeff Kent

Looking back at the career of the mercurial slugging second baseman.

Marlins' 2003 World Series is a distant memory

The Miami Marlins recently celebrated the tenth anniversary of their 2003 World Series win, but in a lot of ways, that team is a distant memory in the minds of current fans.

History: Castro homer boosts Marlins over Dodgers

On this day in team history, the Florida Marlins have an unlikely hero in third-string catcher Ramon Castro. Castro's walk-off homer in the 13th inning helps the Marlins defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers for a dramatic win in 2003.

Marlins news: McKeon critical of Marlins' culture

Former Marlins manager Jack McKeon sounded as though he was critical of the current team's "culture" that led to the firing of Tino Martinez.

Joe Mauer's Hall of Fame Case

Warne examines if Joe Mauer's career is headed on a path to Cooperstown.

Happy Thanksgiving from the BYB staff

Eat, drink (in moderation, of course), and be merry today because there is a lot to be thankful for in Tiger town.

I-Rod: Time is now for Tigers owner Mike Ilitch

Former Detroit Tigers catcher Ivan Rodriguez spoke with reporters after throwing out the ceremonial first pitch before Game 4 of the ALCS, and the future Hall of Famer says it's time for owner Mike Ilitch to be part of a World Series Championship.

Pudge Rodriguez to throw out 1st pitch of Game 5

If the ALCS happens to reach a fifth game, former Tigers catcher Pudge Rodriguez would be scheduled to throw out the ceremonial first pitch.

This Day in Yankees History: Les Nunamaker Sets a Catching Record- August 3, 1914

"This Day in Yankees History" remembers the remarkable feat of forgotten Yankee catcher Les Nunamaker, who threw out an MLB record three Detroit Tiger baserunners in an inning 98 years ago today.

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