Francisco Rodriguez Done for Season…

New York Mets closer Francisco “K-Rod” Rodriguez suffered a torn ligament in his right thumb while he allegedly fought with the grandfather of his children at Citi Field last week and will miss the rest of the season.

Talk about a worst case scenerio.

From USA Today:

Rodriguez, the New York Mets closer arrested and charged with third-degree assault after a Citi Field altercation with a family member, suffered an injured thumb in the incident and will miss the remainder of the season, as first reported by injury expert Will Carroll.

Rodriguez allegedly assaulted Carlos Pena, the grandfather of Rodriguez’s 11-month-old twins, in a family lounge area at Citi Field; a published report indicated Rodriguez was upset with Pena for questioning his manhood and insulting his mother.

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3 Comments on “Francisco Rodriguez Done for Season…”


  1. Mets’ Rodriguez has torn thumb ligament…

    New York Mets relief pitcher Francisco Rodriguez was suspended for two days without pay following the fight outside a family room at the ballpark last Wednesday. (Associated Press)New York Mets closer Francisco Rodriguez has a torn thumb ligament in h….


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  3. divalatina83 Says:

    It’s pretty shameful that K-Rod would do such a thing to his father-in-law, ESPECIALLY after a loss such as the Mets to the Rockies. Everyone wins and loses some, but even after a loss, you DON’T take the trouble to vent to your anger by dissing, or worse, HURTING anyone, especially members of your own family. I’ve never at any time read about Mariano Rivera of the Yankees or even anyone else going so far as to beat up their wives, children, friends, or even teammates after a loss.

    And also the Mets could nullify K-Rod’s contract; if that happens, it’ll be an interesting question regarding where he’s going to go.


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