Rodon allowed one run on three hits and three walks over seven innings in Friday's loss to Houston. He struck out eight and did not factor in the decision.
Rodon cruised through four perfect innings to start the game before running into trouble in the fifth. He loaded the bases and walked in a run but managed to escape the jam before allowing any more damage. He's given up one or fewer runs in five of his last six starts, lowering his season ERA to 1.83 through 73.2 innings. Rodon is lined up to face Seattle at home next week.
Rodon (6-2) allowed one run on one hit and two walks while striking out nine over seven innings to pick up the win over Detroit on Sunday.
Rodon had his nasty stuff and took a no-hitter into the seventh inning before the Tigers scuffed him for a run. The win snapped a five-start streak in which the left-hander was 0-2 with three no-decisions despite a 3.45 ERA during that stretch. Rodon will carry a tidy 1.89 ERA into his next start, expected to be Friday at Houston.
Rodon tossed five innings against Toronto on Tuesday, allowing one run on six hits and two walks while striking out eight. He did not factor in the decision.
The left-hander was far from efficient in the outing -- he needed 106 pitches (only 65 of which were strikes) to get through five frames -- but Rodon nonetheless logged his eighth start out of 10 appearances this season in which he has allowed one or zero earned runs. The only tally against him came in the second inning, when Toronto scored a run on a pair of hits and a sacrifice fly. Rodon's ERA dipped to 1.96 with the strong outing, and he has registered a superb 88:15 K:BB through 59.2 innings on the season. His next start is tentatively scheduled for Sunday at Detroit.
Rodon will now start Tuesday's series opener against the Blue Jays, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
Rodon had been listed as the starter for Sunday's game against the Tigers, but the White Sox will choose to give him extra rest ahead of his next outing. Dylan Cease will now take the mound in Sunday's series finale.
Rodon allowed five runs on nine hits and a walk over six innings in a win during Game 1 of Monday's doubleheader. He struck out eight and did not factor in the decision.
Rodon got off to an ugly start by coughing up two straight solo homers to begin the game. He then allowed another solo homer to Cesar Hernandez in the third. It was just his second start this season where he gave up more than two runs and he still owns a strong 1.98 ERA through 54.2 innings. Rodon is projected to face Detroit at home this weekend.
Rodon will start Game 1 of Monday's doubleheader against Cleveland, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
Rodon will look to follow up his strong 10-strikeout performance in his last outing. Jimmy Lambert will take the ball in Game 2, making his first major-league start.
Rodon (5-2) took the loss Wednesday against the Cardinals after recording 10 strikeouts and one run allowed on one hit and zero walks across six innings.
The 28-year-old served up a solo homer during the third inning to Tommy Edman, but he only allowed two other batters to reach base (both via hit-by-pitch). Rodon has failed to pick up a win in each of his past two starts despite allowing only one run on three hits with a 23:0 K:BB over 12 frames.
Rodon logged six scoreless frames while striking out 13 and giving up two hits and zero walks Friday against the Yankees. He did not factor in the decision.
The 13 strikeouts were a career high for Rodon, who also happens to be in the midst of a career-best year. The Yankees were 0-for-12 with nine strikeouts against Rodon's slider. His ERA is now down to 1.27 with 62 strikeouts through 42.2 innings.
Rodon (5-1) was tagged with the loss Saturday against the Royals after allowing four runs on eight hits and three walks while fanning five across 5.2 innings.
Rodon was initially scheduled to start Thursday against the Twins but was pushed back after experiencing back and hamstring tightness, and there's a chance those issues might have been the reason why he posted his worst outing of the campaign to date. However, the fact that he still owns a 1.47 ERA after giving up four runs Saturday illustrates just how dominant he's been all year long. His next start will come next week at the Yankees.
Rodon (back/hamstring) will be good to go for his scheduled start Saturday against the Royals, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
Rodon was initially scheduled to start Thursday against the Twins but was pushed back after experiencing back and hamstring tightness. Any injury is a worry for a player like Rodon who has battled more than his fair share of ailments, but these particular issues appear minor and aren't related to the elbow and shoulder problems which forced him to miss extended periods in recent seasons. It's possible Rodon is on a reduced pitch count Saturday, but the White Sox may need him to go as deep as possible, as a doubleheader Friday could wind up taxing the team's bullpen.
Rodon was pushed back from starting Thursday due to back and hamstring tightness, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
The 28-year-old is now scheduled to start Saturday, so the back and hamstring issues don't appear to be serious concerns. Rodon doesn't appear to be in danger of missing a start, but it's worth keeping an eye on his status over the next couple days.
Rodon's next start has been moved from Thursday against the Twins to Saturday against the Royals, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
Lance Lynn will start Thursday in place of Rodon, whom manager Tony La Russa said was battling some hamstring tightness of late, according to Scott Merkin of MLB.com. The hamstring issue isn't serious enough to send Rodon to the 10-day injured list, so he'll just be getting some extra maintenance between starts. Rodon struck out eight batters over six scoreless innings in his most recent start May 7, which was also against Kansas City.
Rodon (5-0) allowed five hits over six scoreless innings Friday, striking out eight and earning a win over the Royals.
Rodon continued his incredible start to the 2021 campaign by sprinkling five harmless singles across six frames Friday. He's now earned a win in each of his five starts this season and hasn't allowed more than one earned run in any appearance. The 28-year-old southpaw sports a 0.58 ERA and 44:9 K:BB through 31 innings. Rodon is projected to face the Twins at home next week.
Rodon will open the series against the Royals on Friday, Jared Wyllys of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Rodon's turn in the rotation came due Wednesday against the Reds, but the White Sox opted to push him back a couple of days, so that Dallas Keuchel could pitch on normal rest. Rodon has won all four of his starts thus far while sporting a sterling 0.72 ERA and 0.64 WHIP.
Rodon (4-0) picked up the win Thursday after holding the Tigers to one run on two hits and a walk while striking out 12 across six innings.
Coming off eight days of rest between starts, Rodon was lights out Thursday, setting a new career high in strikeouts as he remained undefeated. Aside from an RBI double by Jonathan Schoop in the fourth inning, Rodon managed to limit Detroit's damage while showing strong command of the strike zone. The 28-year-old walked only one batter, a major improvement from his last outing when he issued five free passes at Cleveland. Overall, it's been an incredibly strong opening to the campaign for Rodon, who has only allowed two runs across his four starts. He'll look to keep the momentum rolling next week at Cincinnati.
Rodon won't pitch Wednesday against the Tigers since the game was postponed due to inclement weather.
The contest will be made up via a straight doubleheader Thursday. According to Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times, Rodon will start the matinee with Dylan Cease on the mound for the nightcap.
Rodon (3-0) earned the win Tuesday at Cleveland after allowing two runs (one earned) on three hits with eight strikeouts and five walks over five innings.
The 28-year-old followed up his no-hitter with another effective performance Tuesday, though the walks led to an elevated pitch count and prevented him from pitching deeper into the contest. The runs were the first Rodon has surrendered this season, and he now has a 0.47 ERA, 0.68 WHIP and 24:8 K:BB through three starts (19 innings). He lines up to face the Tigers at home next Tuesday.
Rodon (2-0) no-hit Cleveland on Wednesday, allowing only a hit batsman while striking out seven.
Rodon wasn't even originally scheduled to start Wednesday -- he had his Monday start pushed back due to a stomach illness. The delay certainly proved to work in the left-hander's favor as he hurled his first career no-hitter and the 20th in franchise history. Rodon came achingly close to a perfect game, but he plunked Roberto Perez on the back foot on an 0-2 pitch with one out in the ninth. The mistake didn't throw Rodon off his mission, however, as he subsequently struck out Yu Chang before inducing a Jordan Luplow groundout to secure the historic feat. Rodon has now started the campaign with 14 scoreless innings and has allowed only two hits while posting a 16:3 K:BB. His next start will be at Boston on Monday.
Rodon (upset stomach) will start Wednesday against Cleveland, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
Assuming there are no setbacks in Rodon's recovery from an upset stomach that led to his scheduled start Monday being pushed back, he will face Cleveland with a couple extra days of rest. Lance Lynn will follow him Thursday.
Rodon was scratched from his scheduled start Monday against Cleveland due to an upset stomach, LaMond Pope of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Rodon looked quite good in his first outing of the year, striking out nine in five scoreless innings against the Mariners. He'll have to wait at least a few more days to follow that up. The White Sox have yet to announce when he'll next take the mound. Dallas Keuchel starts in his place Monday.
|Last 7 Games|
|06/18||@ HOU||L 1-2||7.0||3||1||3||8|
|06/13||@ DET||W 4-1||1||7.0||1||1||2||9|
|06/08||vs TOR||W 6-1||5.0||6||1||2||8|
|05/31||@ CLE||W 8-6||6.0||9||5||1||8|
|05/26||vs STL||L 0-4||1||6.0||1||1||0||10|
|05/21||@ NYY||L 1-2||6.0||2||0||0||13|
|05/15||vs KC||L 1-5||1||5.2||8||4||3||5|
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|2014||R-Azl White Sox||3.0||2||1||0||0||0||0||5||0||4||6.00||1.333|