Pujols, Trout Mock Fernando Rodney's "Arrow" Celebration

There's nothing more frustrating than an opposing closer being demonstrative about doing his job. Say, Fernando Rodney getting the third out, then miming pulling an arrow out of his quiver, nocking it, and firing. Infuriating, if it's against you. Yesterday, the Angels got the very best possible revenge. » 7/21/14 8:58am 7/21/14 8:58am

Trapped In The Water Closet, Featuring Fernando Rodney

Fernando Rodney had himself a bit of an adventure in the dugout bathroom at O.co Coliseum last night. It's unclear what exactly caused it, but the Rays closer found the exit blocked and required the introduction of a foreign object before he was finally free. » 8/31/13 9:15am 8/31/13 9:15am

Fernando Rodney's Cap Alignment Status Shows He's Already In Regular…

The World Baseball Classic is underway, and while the quadrennial exhibition tournament of pre-authorized or discarded players has featured a few upsets (Italy beats Mexico! Holland beats Cuba!) there are, fortunately, a few things you can rely upon. » 3/08/13 9:06am 3/08/13 9:06am

The Red Sox Game Ended With A Magical Elastic Strike Zone

With runners on first and second with two outs, and the Rays up one in today's Patriots' Day morning start at Fenway, it came down to Fernando Rodney and Cody Ross. Rodney threw five straight balls outside, except three of them weren't strictly balls, since home plate ump Larry Vanover called them strikes. » 4/16/12 3:15pm 4/16/12 3:15pm

Speaking Of Awesome And Excessive Baseball Celebrations

Tiger's closer Fernando Rodney has been suspended 3 games for endangering a crowd with this mighty heave after closing a tight game in Tampa last week. Rodney claims the toss, which scattered a group of reporters, was not malicious. [MLB.com] » 9/08/09 2:00pm 9/08/09 2:00pm