Even Carlos Rodon’s major league debut couldn’t wake the White Sox offense from its extended slumber.
If he ends up in a media rant-off with Bryan Price, Robin Ventura plans to end up 77 f-bombs shy of the Cincinnati Reds’ manager.
It’s a relatively small sample size but the White Sox bullpen has made a strong first impression on the rest of the club.
A rough start means Adam Eaton hasn’t been very easy on himself.
Carlos Rodon struck out nine over five innings in his first Triple-A start of 2015, a game that featured the left-hander throwing his “equalizer pitch” quite a bit.