Rodon underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder Wednesday, and is expected to miss 6-to-8 months while recovering from the injury, Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reports.
Although significant bursitis was found, this was relatively a good outcome for Rodon, as both the biceps and labrum didn't need any repair. Looking ahead to next season, the club stated that he could be ready for action as soon as Opening Day, or as last as June 1. It will likely be closer to the latter, but a better sense of a timetable should become present as we approach the start of the 2018 season. Sep 28 5:12 pm (EST)
- Rodon and the White Sox are still trying to determine whether he will have surgery on his left (throwing) shoulder, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
- Rodon (shoulder) received a second opinion Monday and nothing new was discovered, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports.
- Rodon (shoulder) was placed on the disabled list Friday and will not pitch again in 2017. All Carlos Rodon (L) News
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|Aug 26||L 6 - 3||DET||0||1||0||5||7||2||5||1||4|
|Aug 21||W 7 - 6||MIN||1||0||0||6||4||0||2||3||9|
|Aug 16||L 5 - 4||@ LA||0||0||0||7||5||1||2||4||4|
|Aug 10||W 3 - 2||HOU||0||0||0||8||9||1||2||0||4|
|Aug 04||L 3 - 2||@ BOS||0||0||0||7||6||1||2||0||11|
|Jul 30||W 3 - 1||CLE||0||0||0||6||6||1||1||2||9|
|Jul 25||L 7 - 2||@ CHI||0||1||0||4||7||1||4||3||11|
|Jul 19||L 9 - 1||LA||0||1||0||3||7||4||5||3||4|
|Jul 09||L 10 - 0||@ COL||0||1||0||5||5||1||6||3||4|
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