Carlos Antonio Rodón (born December 10, 1992) 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 threw 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 MLB debut with the Chicago White Sox. After the 2021 season, he became a free agent and joined the Giants.
Carlos Rodón Hight School And Early Life
In Holly Springs, North Carolina, Carlos Rodón attended Holly Springs High School. He threw a no-hitter, two one-hitters, and four shutouts during his junior year in 2010. He was chosen all-state by the North Carolina Baseball Coaches Association after going 10–1 with a 0.80 ERA and 115 strikeouts.
He led Holly Springs to the North Carolina 4A state championship in 2011, going 11–0 with a 1.40 ERA and 135 strikeouts against national powerhouse T. C. Roberson High School.
Rodón was selected in the 16th round of the 2011 Major League Baseball draft by the Milwaukee Brewers. He did not, however, sign a letter of intent to attend North Carolina State University.
Carlos Rodón Net Worth, Salary, Contract, Stats, Wife
|The Giants and left-handed pitcher Carlos Rodón have come to terms on a two-year Major League contract for $44 million, with an opt-out clause if Rodón pitches 110 innings in 2022.