SP - CWS
The White Sox activated LHP Carlos Rodon (shoulder, back) off the 45-day injured list.
Rodon has been sidelined since making his first two starts of the year. He's rejoining the team as a reliever for the final few days of the regular season.
White Sox LHP Carlos Rodon (shoulder, back) could throw a bullpen on Monday.
Rodon was originally placed on the IL with a shoulder injury but has since developed a back problem. There isn't enough time left in the season to bring him back as a starter, so he'll pitch out of the bullpen if he returns at all.
Carlos Rodon (shoulder) played catch on Saturday.
Rodon is on the injured list with shoulder soreness right now. The 27-year-old lefty could rejoin the White Sox rotation by the end of August if all goes well.
The preliminary scans that Carlos Rodon received on his sore left shoulder came back clean per White Sox GM Rick Hahn.
Rodon was placed on the 10-day IL on Tuesday with left shoulder soreness but the good news is that there appears to be no structural damage. He could possibly rejoin the team in a few weeks time. Rodon is an interesting streaming option once he returns.
The White Sox placed Carlos Rodon on the 10-day injured list with left shoulder soreness.
Rodon continues to deal with injuries. He had shoulder surgery back in 2017 and was returning from Tommy John surgery this season. It's unclear what the next step is for the former top prospect. He can be dropped in fantasy leagues of all sizes.