29-year-old Carlos Antonio Rodón was born on December 10, 1992, he is a Major League Baseball pitcher who currently pitches for the San Francisco Giants (MLB).
Rodón spent seven seasons with the Chicago White Sox before joining the Giants in 2022. Rodón pitched the White Sox’s 20th no-hitter against the Cleveland Indians on April 14, 2021.
Rodón attended North Carolina State University and was selected third overall in the first round of the 2014 Major League Baseball draft by the Chicago White Sox.
In 2015, he made his Major League Baseball debut with the Chicago White Sox. After the 2021 season, he became a free agent and joined the Giants.
Rodón went 9–0 with a 1.57 ERA as a freshman in 2012, setting the North Carolina State University freshman record with 135 strikeouts (second in the ACC behind Marcus Stroman’s 136), 43 walks, and 117 innings pitched.
He was an All-American and the NCBWA Freshman Pitcher of the Year. He was the Atlantic Coast Conference’s first-ever freshman pitcher of the year, and he was selected freshman of the year after leading the North Carolina State Wolfpack to a super regional.
In addition, he was a Golden Spikes Award finalist and was voted the National Freshman Pitcher of the Year by the Louisville Sluggers.