Carlos Rodón plays professional baseball as a pitcher for the San Francisco Giants baseball team. He has a net worth of $1 million and has been with the Giants since March 2022. Carlos played high school baseball when he attended Holly Springs High School in Holly Springs, North Carolina.
When he completed high school, the Milwaukee Brewers wanted him to play for them so they drafted him in the 16th round of the 2011 MLB draft but he did not sign with the Brewers and chose college baseball.
He played for the North Carolina State Wolfpack at North Carolina State University. He was named the NCBWA Freshman Pitcher of the Year as a freshman as well as the first-ever freshman to be named the Atlantic Coast Conference’s pitcher of the year.
Carlos is also known to have led the team during his senior year to their first College World Series since 1968. The Chicago White Sox drafted him in the first round of the 2014 MLB draft when he graduated from college. He signed with the White Sox and received $6.582 million as a signing bonus.
The White Sox assigned him to begin his professional career that season by playing for the Arizona League White Sox. He was called up to the majors for the first time in April 2015 by the White Sox. He made his MLB debut that month for the White Sox.
In March 2022, Carlos signed a two-year contract worth $44 million with the San Francisco Giants.
Meet Carlos Rodón Daughter Willow Rodon
Carlos Rodón has two children, a son and a daughter with his wife, Ashley. His daughter is called Willow Rodón. Details of her life are not available yet.