2nd Opinion Confirms No Structural Damage For White Sox Left-Hander Carlos RodonRodon will open the season on the disabled list and be on a throwing program for the next two weeks.
Levine: Chicago White Sox Rotation Set, Minus 5th StarterJose Quintana, James Shields, Derek Holland and Miguel Gonzalez are the first four in the team's rotation.
White Sox Scratch Carlos Rodon From Start With Biceps Tightness, Send Him For An MRIThe White Sox continue to utilize caution with the 24-year-old Rodon, who had arm fatigue in the second half of 2016.
Levine: White Sox's Carlos Rodon Sharp In Cactus League DebutRodon threw four scoreless innings Sunday, allowing one hit and striking out five.
Levine: Carlos Rodon To Make Cactus League Debut Sunday For White Sox"It is best to keep things simple," Rodon says.
Levine: White Sox's Carlos Rodon Is Ramping Up His WorkRodon pitched in a simulated game Tuesday and is nearing his first start in Cactus League play.
Levine: White Sox Continue Using Cautious Approach With Carlos RodonRodon will be the team's No. 5 starter to open the season.
Levine: White Sox Try To Explain Carlos Rodon's 'Special Schedule' This SpringPitching coach Don Cooper acknowledged that Rodon had "arm stuff" bothering him last year.
Levine: Once Quintana Moves On, Rodon Becomes White Sox AceQuintana should be traded before spring training, sources say.
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Levine: Carlos Rodon Continues Evolution As A Pitcher"We can make a run and see what happens," reliever Dan Jennings says.
Levine: Carlos Rodon Turning The Corner On His Season"The key is getting ahead" in the count, Rodon says.

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