|Other College:||Wenatchee Valley CC|
Single-Game Total Bases*: 10 vs. East Tennessee State (May 16, 2010)
Single-Season Slugging Percentage*: .482 (2010)
OREGON TOP 10
Single-Season At-Bats: 228 (2010) - Ranks third
Single-Season Hits: 75 (2010) – Ranks third
Single-Season Runs: 38 (2010) – Ties for tenth
Single-Season Doubles: 12 (2010) – Ties for sixth
Single-Season RBIs: 45 (2010) – Ranks fourth
Single-Season HBP*: 6 (2010) – Ties for eighth
Single-Season Multiple-RBI Games*: 11 (2010) Ties for second
Single-Season Multiple-Hit Games*: 20 (2010) Ranks fourth
Career On-Base Percentage*: .372 – Ranks seventh
Career Games Played*: 97 – Ranks seventh
Career Doubles: 19 – Tied for ninth
Career Assists*: 42 – Tied for tenth
Career Multiple-RBI Games*: 11 – Ties for fourth
Career Multiple-Hit Games*: 25 – Ranks fourth
*began in 2009
2010 MLB DRAFT
Eddie Rodriguez was selected by the Florida Marlins in the 32nd round (977 overall) of the 2010 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.
Eddie Rodriguez, a 2010 Pac-10 honorable mention selection, finished his senior season batting .329 for the Ducks, while leading Oregon in slugging percentage (.482), RBIs (45) and home runs (7).
The native of Warden, Wash., was selected by Florida Marlins in the 32nd round (977 overall) of the 2010 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft after helping lead the Ducks to a 40-24 record and postseason berth.
Rodriguez played in just 34 games as a junior in 2009 as a knee injury derailed his season. After two years with the Ducks, Rodriguez ended his career with a .297 average, 97 hits, 19 doubles, eight home runs and 53 RBIs.
In 2010, Rodriguez started 61 games for Oregon – 56 behind the plate – and batted cleanup for the majority of the season. He totaled 75 hits and scored 38 runs, while adding 12 doubles, one triple and 22 walks.
A two-time Pac-10 Player of the Week during the 2010 season, Rodriguez became the first Oregon player in the modern era to hit for the cycle, clinching the feat with a three-run homer in the eighth as Oregon defeated East Tennessee State, 17-7, on May 16, 2010. On that afternoon, Rodriguez led the Ducks with a 4-for-6 performance from the plate that included a career-high five RBIs.
RODRIGUEZ'S SINGLE-GAME SEASON & CAREER HIGHS
| 6, 3x, last at Washington (5/21/10)
|6, 3x, last at Washington (5/21/10)|
| 2, 8x, last vs. ETSU (5/16/10)
||2, 10x, last vs. ETSU (5/16/10)|
| 4, 2x, last vs. ETSU (5/16/10)
||Hits||4, 2x, last vs. ETSU (5/16/10)|
| 5 vs. ETSU (5/16/10)
||RBIs||5 vs. ETSU (5/16/10)|
| 2 vs. Southern Utah (3/23/10)
||Doubles||2, 2x, last vs. Southern Utah (3/23/10)|
| 1 vs. ETSU (5/16/10)
||Triples||1 vs. ETSU (5/16/10)|
| 1, 7x, last vs. California (5/28/10)
||1, 8x, last vs. California (5/28/10)
| 2, 4x, last at Oregon State (5/8/10)
||Walks||2, 5x, last at Oregon State (5/8/10)|
| 1, 2x, last vs. #17 Connecticut (6/6/10)
|| 1, 6x, last vs. #17 Connecticut (6/6/10)
| 10 (2/28/10-3/14/10)
AS A SENIOR • 2010
Started 61 games for Oregon – 56 behind the plate – and batted cleanup for the majority of the season...was named Pac-10 honorable mention after finishing second on the roster batting .329, while leading the Ducks with 45 runs driven in, seven home runs, and a .482 slugging percentage…also scored 38 runs, and produced 12 doubles and one triple while drawing 22 walks…recorded 20 multiple-hit games, 11 multiple-RBI games and produced a 10-game hitting streak that spanned from Feb. 28-March 14…was a two-time Pac-10 Player of the Week, and became the first Oregon player in the modern era to hit for the cycle…was named Pac-10 Player of the Week on May 17, 2010, after leading UO to a 4-0 record, including an upset of No. 19 San Diego and a weekend sweep of East Tennessee State…was remarkable at the plate from May 11-16, batting 12-for-18 for a .667 average while also producing nine runs, scoring five runs, hitting two home runs, two doubles and capping off his weekend hitting for the cycle with a career-high tying four hits and personal-best five RBIs on May 16…finished the week with a 1.222 slugging percentage, a .684 on-base percentage and four consecutive multiple-hit games…was also named Pac-10 Player of the Week on March 8 after helping lead the Ducks to a 5-1 record which included a four-game road sweep of Fresno State…hit a team-leading .688 (11-for-16) from the plate with six runs scored, four RBIs, one home run, 14 total bases, a .875 slugging percentage and a .688 on-base percentage…went on a 10-game hitting streak from Feb. 28-March 14 as the Ducks went 8-2 with Rodriguez batting .606 (20-for-33) with 10 RBIs, eight runs scored, one double, one home run, a .727 slugging percentage and a .618 on-base percentage…was responsible for six game-winning RBIs…was 3-for-4 with two runs driven in and a solo home run in Oregon’s 8-4 series-clinching win over USC (04/25)…became the first Oregon player since baseball was reinstated in 2009 to hit for the cycle, clinching the feat with a three-run homer in the eighth as Oregon defeated East Tennessee State, 17-7…on that afternoon, led the Ducks with a 4-for-6 performance from the plate that included a career-high five RBIs… also helped Oregon to a 6-5 come-from-behind victory in the regular season finale vs. California on May 30 as he erased a 5-2 deficit with a three-run homer in the fifth inning.
AS A JUNIOR • 2009
One of Oregon’s starting catchers before a sprained right knee suffered at Nevada (3/14) slowed his season...made 34 appearances, including 27 starts (12 first base, 8 catcher, 7 designated hitter)...was unable to start at catcher after the injury...on the year hit .222 (22-for-99) with 12 runs scored, eight RBIs, seven doubles, one home run, 11 walks and four stolen bases...hit .556 (5-for-9) with a runner on third and less than two outs, and also had a .491 success rate advancing runners...defensively finished the year with a .988 fielding percentage...began the season on a seven-game hitting streak, leading the Ducks batting .346 with six runs scored, two RBIs, one double and two stolen bases...started at catcher in UO’s season-opening 5-3 victory at Saint Mary’s (2/20) with a 2-for-4, one RBI performance, helping turn a 1-2-3 double play with the bases loaded to protect a two-run lead in the seventh...in another historic win just one week later, kept the bottom of the ninth alive with a two-out single against defending College World Series champion Fresno State (2/27)...moved around the bases, eventually scoring the game-winning run and first at PK Park on Andrew Schmidt’s walk-off single in the Ducks’ 1-0 victory...in Oregon’s 6-5 win at Nevada (3/13) went 2-for-4 with a double and solo home run - his first of the season...was also 2-for-4 with a run scored and a double in the Ducks’ 3-0 shutout at Nevada (3/14)...picked up two pinch-hit knocks, a double and single, on the road at third-ranked Arizona State.
PRIOR TO OREGON
Played the 2007 and 2008 seasons at Wenatchee Valley Community College...was a two time all-league selection and was named first team all-Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges during his senior season...at the NWAACC Tournament hit a grand slam in the bottom of the ninth to eliminate Walla Walla CC.
A 2006 graduate of Warden High School in Washington...was a four-sport athlete at Warden, participating in baseball, football, wrestling and basketball...was a four-year letterwinner for head coach Jerry Powell on the diamond, winning three district championships...batted .636 his senior season and currently holds 10 baseball records at Warden...also played for the Columbia Basin Riverdogs travel team...for head coach Randy Boruff, was a four-year starter and team captain...made three World Series appearances and received two world series honors, at catcher and outfielder.
Born July 29, 1988 in Moses Lake, Wash...parents are Rolando and Alma Rodriguez...has one brother, Rolando, Jr., and one sister, Iris...cousin is Jorge Reyes, a former pitcher at Oregon State, who currently plays for the Lake Elsinore Storm (Class A Advanced, San Diego Padres).
RODRIGUEZ'S CAREER STATISTICS