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Rodriguez (5-5) picked up the win in relief against the Reds on Friday night as he pitched the ninth inning while striking out one and walking two.

The game was tied when Rodriguez came on in relief, so it was a solid win where he did not give up a run. Rodriguez has struggled of late in giving up six earned runs in his last five appearances but is tied for fourth in the league in saves with 41 on the year.

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Rodriguez had a perfect ninth inning Thursday to earn his 41st save of the season.

Rodriguez struck out a batter and tossed just 11 pitches, in a much-needed clean outing. In fact, it was his first 1-2-3 appearance in a save situation since August 15.

Francisco Rodriguez RP MIL 5 Months

Rodriguez had a miserable outing in a non-save situation Tuesday against the Marlins, losing the contest and allowing three runs on two hits (both of which were home runs) and one walk, while striking out one in his inning of work.

Rodriguez has been struggling of late, as he has now allowed six runs on eight hits and three walks in his last six appearances. He now has a 3.34 ERA, 1.02 WHIP and 70:15 K:BB in 62 innings this year.

Francisco Rodriguez RP MIL 5 Months

Rodriguez blew his fifth save of the season Wednesday, coughing up a solo home run to Rene Rivera in the ninth inning against the Padres.

It's Rodriguez' first blown save since July 25, but he has been shaky of late, giving up homers in three of his last four appearances. The 32-year-old has been taken deep 12 times this season and his 1.80 home runs per nine innings is the second highest among relievers in the league.

Francisco Rodriguez RP MIL 5 Months

Rodriguez coughed up a solo homer and allowed a walk, but was still able to convert the save Sunday versus the Pirates.

It wasn't the prettiest of innings for Rodriguez, who needed 26 pitches to get the job done. The 32-year-old closer, who now has 39 saves, owns a 2.90 ERA, 0.93 WHIP, and 67:13 K:BB ratio in 59 innings this season.

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Rodriguez served up a solo homer to Matt Kemp, but held on for his 38th save of the season Saturday.

Home runs continues to be an issue for Rodriguez, who has now surrendered nine in his last 36 frames. The Brewers have made no indication that his job is in any danger, so Rodriguez will continue to be the preferred ninth-inning option barring a surprising waiver-trade acquisition prior to the August 31 deadline.

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Rodriguez allowed a pair of baserunners, but tossed a scoreless ninth inning to pick up his 35th save of the season Saturday night.

A walk followed by a blooper that landed just beyond the range of second baseman Scooter Gennett enabled the Dodgers to send the tying run to the plate, but Rodriguez shut the door by getting Matt Kemp to ground out to end the game. Barring an addition prior to the waiver trade deadline, Rodriguez should remain the Brewers' closer for the rest of the season despite a few hiccups throughout the past two months.

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Rodriguez pitched a scoreless ninth inning, while allowing one walk and striking out one batter to secure his 33rd save of the year Tuesday against the Giants.

Rodriguez continues to have a fantastic season, as he has just four blown saves on the year to go with a solid 2.94 ERA, 0.94 WHIP and 61:11 K:BB ratio in 52 innings pitched this year.

Francisco Rodriguez RP MIL 6 Months

Francisco Rodriguez earned his 30th save of the season Saturday as the Brewers beat the Mets 5-2.

It was good for K-Rod to get back out there and have some success after blowing a save on Friday night. He yielded a one-out double to Eric Young Jr. but struck out Curtis Granderson and induced a lineout from Daniel Murphy to end it. The Brewers remain three games above the Cardinals at the top of the National League Central standings.

Francisco Rodriguez RP MIL 6 Months

Francisco Rodriguez took the loss Friday against the Mets after blowing his fourth save of the season.

Rodriguez took over in the top of the ninth inning with a 2-0 lead, but he gave up a leadoff double to Daniel Murphy before David Wright followed with an RBI single and Lucas Duda put the Mets in front with a two-run homer. He has now allowed six runs over seven innings of work this month, with his ERA jumping from 2.34 to 3.10 in the process.