Carlos Rodon’s homecoming was cancelled this week, but for an awfully good reason.
It all began so well for Marc Trestman and the Bears – three 2013 games, three wins, nearly 32 points per game, one victory over what would be a playoff team (Cincinnati) and the second against an
He only had him for 10 games, but Double-A Birmingham manager Julio Vinas didn’t need long to determine Tim Anderson is dripping with talent.
Carlos Rodon has impressed the White Sox in about every facet of his game since he signed with them one month ago.
Carlos Rodon’s plus fastball and elite slider are probably enough to get him by in the majors in the estimation of one talent evaluator.