Paul Sullivan: It’s not a no-hitter, but Carlos Rodón shows again that his starts are appointment viewing as White Sox beat Cleveland, 8-5
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Thanks to a snowstorm Friday in Boston that pushed him back a day in the rotation, Carlos Rodón faced the same Cleveland team Tuesday night that he no-hit last week, along with the same starting pitcher, Zach Plesac. Adding to the synchronicity, Cleveland manager Terry Francona wrote out the same lineup for the rematch. But other than that, everything else was different for the Chicago White Sox left-hander, whose world abruptly changed last Wednesday after a memorable night on the South Side. The question mark attached to Rodón’s name suddenly was replaced by an exclamation mark, and anticipa…

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