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Red Sox's Eduardo Rodriguez Cleared for Walking After COVID-19 Complications

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez, who was diagnosed with myocarditis as a result of COVID-19, has been cleared to walk in a couple weeks, per comments Sox manager Ron Roenicke made to reporters on Friday.

Alex Speier of the Boston Globe relayed Roenicke's remarks, which also included encouraging news that Rodriguez may eventually be well enough to undergo a full offseason conditioning program.

Alex Speier

Roenicke said Rodriguez has been unable to do any real physical activity save for moving a bit around the house since he was shut down with myocarditis in lateJuly.