White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon throws against the Minnesota Twins on July 6, 2021, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone) | AP Photos
“When he doesn’t feel right it’s impossible to push it,” manager Tony La Russa said. KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Left-hander Carlos Rodón will miss his regular turn in the White Sox starting rotation in the upcoming series at Oakland because of ongoing shoulder soreness and fatigue. The Sox are hope Rodón can pitch next weekend.
Rodón pitched five innings in each of...
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