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Carlos Rodriguez Stays on the Field in Lakewood

After a problem - and attitude - filled 2003, Carlos Rodriguez is working his way back into the good graces of the Phillies. While his offensive numbers aren't what they were back in 2002 and his defense is still an issue, at least Rodriguez has come through a successful attitude adjustment. At least the Phillies haven't had to send him home because of his behavior.

This time last year, Carlos Rodriguez was just returning from a forced vacation. The Phillies had enough of off the field issues with Rodriguez and sent him home. The eviction cost Rodriguez five weeks of the season, but with the numbers he was putting up, odds are that he didn't really miss much. Rodriguez finished the season just .196, well below the .293 average that he posted in his first two... Recommended Stories

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