White Sox Pitcher Carlos Rodon Appears OK After Taking Line Drive Off ForeheadRodon was pitching for Triple-A Charlotte as he works back from offseason shoulder surgery.
White Sox's Carlos Rodon Won't Pitch In Cactus LeagueRodon continues to recover from arthroscopic surgery on his throwing shoulder last September.
White Sox's Carlos Rodon Cleared To Begin Throwing ProgramRodon has surgery on his throwing shoulder last September, and it's unclear when he might he might be ready for games.
Rick Renteria: White Sox To Take Cautious 'Long Road' In Carlos Rodon's RecoveryRodon had arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder last September.
Emma: 5 Key Storylines For Year 2 Of White Sox's RebuildThe 2018 White Sox are aiming for continued organizational growth in what will be a second season of rebuilding.
White Sox Avoid Arbitration With 4 Players, Still Have 2 UnsignedAvisail Garcia and Yolmer Sanchez can keep negotiating with the team or take their cases to arbitration.
Levine: Carlos Rodon's Surgery Clouds Future White Sox RotationWhat was already a stunted 2017 season has ended in shoulder surgery for Rodon.
White Sox's Carlos Rodon Undergoes Arthroscopic Surgery On Left ShoulderThe 24-year-old Rodon is expected to be out six to eight months.
Paying Close Attention To Last Weeks Of MLB Season Is Crucial To Fantasy HopesThere are only three weeks left in the 2017 Major League Baseball regular season, so it's crunch time in your fantasy baseball league. If you still are pushing for a league title, it's key to make sure your active lineup features players that are actually playing each day of the week.
Levine: White Sox's Carlos Rodon Showing Flashes Of Being An AceIn his past three starts, Rodon has displayed the best command of his career.
Watch: Derek Holland, Carlos Rodon Say Goodbye To Jose Quintana -- Then Put His Belongings Up For SaleLuckily for Holland and Rodon, Quintana will still be in the same town.
Levine: Carlos Rodon Has Good Stuff, Bad Command In Season Debut"It was just good to back on the mound again," Rodon says.