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SportWhite Sox announce season-ending surgeries for Carlos Rodon, Nate Jones, Micker Adolfo

01:00  14 may  2019
01:00  14 may  2019 Source:   mlbtraderumors.com

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Micker Adolfo is four months removed from Tommy John surgery , but is staying If the White Sox happen to sign a big-time free agent outfielder to a long term contract, that could wreck their This season remains a very important one for Lopez, Carlos Rodon and Lucas Giolito, three pitchers who

Carlos Antonio Rodón (born December 10, 1992) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Chicago White Sox of Major League Baseball (MLB).

White Sox announce season-ending surgeries for Carlos Rodon, Nate Jones, Micker Adolfo© Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

The White Sox announced a brutal trio of injury updates this afternoon, as James Fegan of The Athletic was among those to cover (linkstoTwitter). Lefty Carlos Rodon, righty Nate Jones and prospect Micker Adolfo are all slated for season-ending surgeries.

Rodon is headed in for Tommy John surgery on Wednesday. That outcome was expected after the procedure was recommended recently. If all goes well, the 26-year-old could return at some point during the 2020 season.

The White Sox are paying Rodon $4.2M this year, his second of four seasons of arbitration eligibility. With seven starts under his belt in 2019, Rodon has likely done enough to nudge that rate forward at least a bit but won’t be due a significant raise. The former first-rounder has had some worrying health problems in recent years, but this will represent the most significant disruption to his career.

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The White Sox opened the 2014 season against the Minnesota Twins. Jones appeared in two games, he faced five batters and gave up four runs without recording a single out. Afterwards, he went to Robin Ventura and trainer Herm Schneider and uttered the words no athlete ever wants to say

Chicago White Sox placed LHP Carlos Rodon on the 10-day disabled list retroactive to March 26, 2018. Left shoulder rehabilitation. Chicago White Sox sent LHP Carlos Rodon on a rehab assignment to Winston-Salem Dash.

As for Jones, it’s another disappointing turn for a reliever whose career has been sidetracked by a never-ending barrage of injuries, including a prior Tommy John procedure (among others). The 33-year-old underwent surgery yesterday to address a flexor mass injury in his right forearm. He has averaged less than 25 innings annually since the start of the 2014 season.

Jones remains controllable under the extension he signed in late 2015, which includes successive club options with a $1.25M buyout. The 2020 option was to be valued at either $3.75M or $5.15M, depending upon whether Jones had certain elbow procedures prior to 2018. He did not have another Tommy John surgery but did undergo a nerve repositioning procedure. Whether the clause was triggered depends upon the precise language of the contract, which does not appear to have been reported.

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Get the latest updated stats for Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Carlos Rodon on ESPN.com. Carlos Rodon . #55 SP. Throws: L, Bats: L. Chicago White Sox . Birth Date December 10, 1992 (Age: 26). Birthplace Miami, FL.

White Sox 's Micker Adolfo : Draws start at DH. by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire. Adolfo underwent Tommy John surgery in July. He resumed hitting in January and is now able to throw, though it remains unclear when he'll be ready to play the field in a game.

Though he’s an outfielder rather than a pitcher, Adolfo has seen his own burgeoning career thwarted to this point by elbow troubles (among other injuries). He underwent Tommy John surgery last year and worked back to health in time to take 95 plate appearances this season at Double-A (functioning only as a DH). His latest elbow work will require a four- to six-month break from baseball activities. GM Rick Hahn added that Adolfo will receive a fourth option year due to the health woes, which will make it easier for the club to hang on to him while he works back to health yet again.

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