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Houston Astros pitcher Wandy Rodriguez delivers a pitch to the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on September 20, 2007. Rodriguez went eight innings as Houston won the game 18-1. (UPI Photo/Bill Greenblatt)
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Wandy Fulton Rodríguez (born January 18, 1979) is a Dominican pitcher for the Houston Astros. He is a native of Santiago Rodriguez, located in the North Region (Cibao Region) of the Dominican Republic.

Rodríguez, who concluded with a 10-10 record in his 2005 rookie season, ended the season with a rocky September, going 1-4. Overall, he had a 5.53 ERA and struck out 80 batters throughout the season.

The Astros succeeded in getting to the 2005 World Series in which they were swept in four games by the Chicago White Sox. Rodríguez performed decently in the game 1 of the series, relieving Roger Clemens in the third inning with the score tied at 3. Rodriguez surrendered one more run in the bottom of the fourth inning, earning the loss as the White Sox went on to win 5-3. Rodriguez posted a 2.45 ERA in the four losses to the Chicago White Sox.

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