“It wasn’t comfortable for me when I had to face him when I was in Cleveland,” the second baseman, who recently joined the Chicago White Sox in a trade with the Indians, said through an interpreter. “I can tell you it was kind of a nightmare. Now that I have a chance to play for him and behind him, it’s good because you can see how good he is.”
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‘He was outstanding’: A rested Carlos Rodón returns to All-Star form, setting the tone for the Chicago White Sox in a combined 5-hit shutout of the Cubs