Carlos Rodon struck out nine in four dazzling innings Wednesday night.
If Carlos Rodon is going to slip into the White Sox starting rotation while ace Chris Sale is on the mend, better outings than Wednesday’s will be required.
“The door is open” for Carlos Rodon, pitching coach Don Cooper said.
Addison Russell was ranked the third-best prospect.
A rookie starting pitcher may be the missing link to a World Series run this year, Bruce Levine writes.
“The kid has a world of talent,” Hahn says of Rodon, the White Sox’s top prospect.
Listen to White Sox general manager Rick Hahn’s interview with Laurence Holmes.
Kenny Williams joined “Inside the Clubhouse” on Saturday morning to talk about the White Sox’ offseason plans and the future of pitcher Carlos Rodon.
Marcus Semein, Josh Phegley and Michael Taylor were among the call-ups.
Rick Hahn and the White Sox are still considering their options for Carlos Rodon.
General manager Rick Hahn and the White Sox will build for 2015.
Keep an eye on these guys.
The White Sox plan to call up five to eight youngsters, Rick Hahn said.
The club’s top pick in June, Rodon could pitch in the majors in September.
The bonus is worth a reported $6.45 million, significantly higher than the slot value.
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn also talked about the John Danks, early surprises and the bullpen.
Among the signees is 18-year-old right-hander Spencer Adams.
Normally five weeks is a sufficient period of time to sign any top-tier draft choice. In the case of Carlos Rodon, the Scott Boras factor could loom large.
The MLB amateur draft continues today and tomorrow.
Carlos Rodon and Kyle Schwarber could ascend to the big leagues rapidly.