White Sox call up top prospect Carlos Rodon

Baseball Two days after the Cubs called up third baseman Kris Bryant from the minors, the White Sox joined their Chicago compatriots by bringing up top prospect Carlos Rodon.Rodon, 22, will officially join the team Monday, according to FOXsports.com, and will initially start in the bullpen. Rodon was 1-0 with a 3.60 ERA and 13 strikeouts in ten innings with Triple-A Charlotte as a starter. MORE: Rodon expands repertoire in Triple-A | AL Franchise Fours | NL Franchise FoursThe talented right-hander has been working on building his arsenal of pitches in the minor leagues, but it appears the White Sox are happy with his development. “Still need that changeup,” he said with a grin a couple of days before he made his 2015 debut in Charlotte. “That’s what everyone talks about.” In addition to sharpening up his usage of different pitches, he's also been trying to prepare for the differences between major league and minor league hitters. “They’re a lot more patient," Rodon said of big leaguers at the plate. "They’ll set you up. There are different ways you have to attack.”It appears that the highly-touted ri

ghty will get his first chance to test out his plan of attack soon in Chicago.


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