De La Rosa, who was acquired from the Dodgers in last August’s blockbuster trade, has worked exclusively as a starter in Triple-A, but will be available out of the bullpen on Friday night.
De La Rosa has gone 0-1 with a 3.29 ERA in 11 starts with Pawtucket this year, with most of his starts ending early due to a limited workload for the 24-year-old. He underwent Tommy John surgery in 2011, and Boston has him on a innings limit given that he has never thrown more than 111 innings in his young career "
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