Status: 10-Day DL. 2018
Carlos Rodon will not require surgery on his left shoulder.
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The well-hyped pitching prospect had a unfortunate season in 2017, but the prodigious talent and potential remain.
There was a time, not too long ago, that the Chicago White Sox were rich in left-handed pitching. Just a year ago they had three excellent lefties in their rotation, each in a different stage in their career. The top-flight ace in Chris Sale; the up-and-coming/criminally underrated Jose Quintana; and the young, high draft pick rich in promise in Carlos Rodon. For a fleeting moment, this looked like the backbone of a new era in Chicago. But things change quickly as rebuilding comes into vogue, and with the recent release of Derek Holland the Sox are down to a single lefty for pitching coach Don Cooper to work his magic on. Can Carlos Rodon realize his potential, and carry on this recent legacy of great southpaws on the South Side
Carlos Rodon will not require surgery on his left shoulder. Rodon got a second opinion Monday from an outside specialist and no new damage was discovered. [...]
White Sox starting pitcher Carlos Rodon discusses his season-ending shoulder injury on Friday, Sept. 8, 2017. (Chris Kuc/Chicago Tribune)
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The current trend indicates that there has been minimal movement in terms of ADDS or DROPS for Rodon. In the past week his own percentage has decreased by 3.27% . Meanwhile his start percentage has decreased by 2.72% .
In the past 30 days, the highest own percentage for Rodon is 88.86% and his lowest is 48.68%. In terms of start percentages, his highest start percentage is 76.76% and lowest is 36.07%.
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