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Phil Wood: Reliever Henry Rodriguez has a chance to become a 'monster' for Nationals

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A half-century ago, a right-handed relief pitcher with the Boston Red Sox named Dick Radatz was nicknamed "The Monster." At the time, he was more associated with the word "monster" than the left field wall at Fenway Park. Radatz was big -- 6-foot-6, 230 pounds -- and could throw the ball through the wall. Literally. As a substitute teacher in the offseason in suburban Detroit, he once...