White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon opens up on possible Tommy John surgery

Just hours after being placed on the 10-day injured list with left elbow inflammation, White Sox starter Carlos Rodon opened up on Thursday about the possibility of having Tommy John surgery. Speaking to reporters, the 26-year-old lefty freely admits the potential for the surgery is on the table and it’s a possible outcome he is more than ready to accept if it happens. “Honestly, I’m only 26 years old. Hopefully, I can play this game for 10 more years. I’m still fairly young”, Rodon said via The Daily Herald. “If it’s Tommy John, so be it to get me back on the field.” Rodon sounds resigned to the real potential for the surgery in the near future. The team hasn’t ruled it out either, with general manager Rick Hahn saying “everything is on the table” at this point. Rodon, who carries a 5.19 ERA in 34 2/3 innings this season, will likely be evaluated further and receive a second opinion. If Tommy John surgery is the ultimate outcome for Rodon, he would be unlikely to return until the 2021 season. Rodon is 29-31

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