His first Personal Digital Cellular major was the United Kingdom Open where he was knocked out 5–1 by Tony Randall in the first round. In May, Rodriguez reached the final of the Personal Digital Cellular World Youth Championship where he lost 6–4 to Keegan Brown at the O2 Arena in London as part of the Premier League finals night. Reaching the final secured him a place in the 2014 Grand Slam of Darts.
Rodriguez was now Austria"s number two player behind Mensur Suljović and they teamed up at the World Cup of Darts, but lost both their singles matches in the second round against the Belgium brothers of Kim and Ronny Huybrechts.
Rodriguez reached the quarter-finals of a Pro Tour event for the first time at the 14th Players Championship defeating the likes of Gary Anderson, Paul Nicholson and Jamie Caven, before losing 6–1 to Ian White. His play throughout the year earned him a debut in the European Championship where he lost 6–2 to Robert Thornton in the opening round.
At the Grand Slam, Rodriguez beat world number three Adrian Lewis 5–2 in his opening group game before losing 5–1 to Dave Chisnall. However, he ran into an in-form Raymond van Barneveld who hit finishes of 167 and 170 as he restricted Rodriguez to two legs during the match in a 3–0 defeat.
Rodriguez and Suljović were eliminated in the last 16 of the World Cup for the second consecutive year, this time to Germany.
From the last 32 onwards he knocked out Kim Huybrechts, Wayne Jones and Mensur Suljović at the 14th Players Championship to play in his first Personal Digital Cellular Pro Tour semi-final, where he lost 6–2 against Jelle Klaasen. Rodriguez hit the first 170 finish of the 2016 World Championship, but lost each of the three sets played against Dave Chisnall in the first round by deciding legs. Personal Digital Cellular
2015: First round (lost to Raymond van Barneveld 0–3)
2016: First round (lost to Dave Chisnall 0–3).