Home Sports 4 takeaways from the Chicago White Sox-St. Louis Cardinals series, including strong starting pitching and differing philosophies on the No. 2 hitter

4 takeaways from the Chicago White Sox-St. Louis Cardinals series, including strong starting pitching and differing philosophies on the No. 2 hitter

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And Carlos Rodón allowed one run on one hit with 10 strikeouts in six innings in Wednesday’s 4-0 loss. Rodón became the fourth pitcher in Sox history to allow one run or fewer and one hit or fewer with no walks and 10-plus strikeouts in six-plus innings in a start, joining Gary Peters (July 15, 1963, vs. the Orioles), Floyd Bannister (Sept. 13, 1987, at the Mariners) and Chris Sale (May 22, 2014, vs. the Yankees).

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