Yankee Stadium stood as one last formidable obstacle for Carlos Rodon on Friday night.
Just as he has for most of his rookie season with the White Sox, Rodon navigated through the bumps well.
In what was likely his last appearance of the season, according to manager Robin Ventura, Rodon pitched a quality start in a 5-2 victory over the Yankees, his third straight win.
Rodon gave up two earned runs on five hits with five walks over six innings. If it was his last start, he finishes the year with a 9-6 record, 3.75 ERA and 139 strikeouts in 139 1/3 innings.
"First full season in pro ball, and it's been real fun," Rodon said. "I did all right. There's...