White Sox pitcher Rodon sprains wrist slipping on dugout steps

Chicago White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon is headed for the disabled list due to a sprained wrist, and the way he suffered the injury is causing him some embarrassment. Rodon hurt his wrist Friday night when he braced himself after slipping on the dugout steps while coming out for the national anthem. “It’s very frustrating,” Rodon said Saturday, via Jeff Arnold of the Chicago Sun...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 09, 2016  |  Discuss

SF Giants Minor Lines, 5/17

A great moment for Jeff Arnold! That one had to feel real good. And Kelvin Beltre tops a great night with style. Steven Okert started it, and now it's a trend. Jose Casilla, Jake Dunning, and Alex Torres: you should all feel ashamed of your 0 fers. When relievers hit for this team, they double, dang it! McCormick actually came into this game 1 for 1 with an RBI on the year. He...
Via McCovey Chronicles
May 18, 2016

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