Carlos Rodon says being non-tendered by White Sox ‘was the motivation I had’ to come back and earn a spot in the rotation

It has been quite a journey for Carlos Rodon. The Chicago White Sox non-tendered the left-hander Dec. 2, then re-signed him Feb. 1. He entered camp competing for a spot in the rotation. And he has had a spectacular spring, earning a starting slot. Rodon reflected on the ride Tuesday. “The work started this offseason, and it’s been good, it’s been fun,” he said. “I’m just happy to be a part of the starting staff.” Rodon has allowed four hits in nine scoreless Cactus League innings. He has 10 strikeouts in the three appearances, which include two starts. “The stuff’s good,” Sox manager Tony La R…

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