White Sox's Carlos Rodon: Expected to make one more rehab start

White Sox manager Rick Renteria said Sunday that he expects Rodon (biceps) to make another rehab start with Triple-A Charlotte this week before coming off the disabled list, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

When Rodon first kicked off the rehab assignment June 6, it was widely expected that the lefty would need four starts in the minors to build up his pitch count, so a return near the end of the month doesn't come as a surprise. Rodon hasn't looked particularly sharp during his three starts with a 6.75 ERA and 10:7 K:BB over 11 innings, but if he's able to mix in all his pitches effectively during his upcoming outing, the White Sox would see content to green light his return. Assuming Rodon remains on a normal schedule of four days' rest between starts, he could rejoin the White Sox as soon as June 27 against the Yankees.

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