White Sox left-hander Carlos Rodon will pitch in his first competitive game since mid-March when he begins a rehab assignment with Class-A Winston-Salem on Tuesday.
The Sox announced Rodon's start Sunday morning, and it classified as big news considering the club's No. 2 starter has spent his last two months in Arizona recovering from left biceps bursitis.
"It's good news for us," Sox manager Rick Renteria said. "Good for him. We'll see how that proceeds, and hopefully it's something positive."
Rodon has pitched in simulated games since mid-May, including a five-inning outing Thursday, but he hasn't pitched in a real game since his only spring...