Eddie Rosario

Eddie Rosario

Height/Weight: 6' 1"/180 lbs
Bat: L
Throw: R
Born: Guayama, Puerto Rico
Draft: 2010 4th round by the

    Eddie Rosario Preview, Player Props: Braves vs. Cubs

    The Atlanta Braves, including Eddie Rosario (.233 slugging percentage in past 10 games, including no homers), battle starter Justin Steele and the Chicago Cubs at Truist Park, Tuesday at 7:20 PM ET. In his most recent appearance, he went 1-for-4 against the Nationals. Sportsbook Promo Codes Sportsbook Promo Code Offer BetMGM GNPLAY1 First Bet Offer: Up to $1500 Back in Bonus Bets Caesars Click Here New Users: Bet $50 Get $250 FanDuel Click Here Bet $5 Get $200 in Bonus Bets PointsBet Click Here 2x Second Chance Bets Up To $2,000 Eddie Rosario Game Info & Props vs. the Cubs Game Day: Tuesday, September 26, 2023 Game Time: 7:20 PM ET Stadium: Truist Park Live Stream: Watch this game on Fubo! Cubs

  • Bluefield Daily Telegraph

    Atlanta-Washington Runs

    Braves third. Ronald Acuna Jr. triples to deep left field. Ozzie Albies doubles to right field. Ronald Acuna Jr. scores. Austin Riley singles to center field. Ozzie Albies scores. Matt Olson singles to right field. Austin Riley to third. Marcell Ozuna grounds out to shortstop, Luis Garcia to Joey Meneses. Matt Olson to second. Austin Riley scores. Michael Harris II doubles to deep left field. Matt Olson scores. Travis d'Arnaud singles to center field. Michael Harris II scores. Eddie Rosario grounds out to shortstop, CJ Abrams to Joey Meneses. Travis d'Arnaud to second. Orlando Arcia walks. Ronald Acuna Jr. grounds out to first base to Joey Meneses. 5 runs, 6 hits, 0 errors, 2 left on. Braves

  • Salt Lake City Sun

    Braves take on Phillies on verge of sixth straight division title

    The Atlanta Braves can clinch their sixth consecutive National League East title with a victory in the series finale over the host Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday. The Braves (95-50) led 6-1 and then held on for a 7-6 victory in 10 innings on Tuesday. Marcell Ozuna homered, singled and drove in three runs, and Matt Olson added two hits, including his major league-leading 51st home run that tied Andruw Jones' franchise record set in 2005. Olson, who had never hit more than 39 home runs in any season before this one, has 128 RBIs.