‘He gave us everything he had’: Carlos Rodón rediscovers his best stuff as the Chicago White Sox get eliminated — raising what-ifs about the series and his future

“We didn’t look at the video of him throwing 90, 91 because we knew he was not going to come in at 90, 91 today,” Correa said. “It’s too important of a game for (La Russa) to make the decision of putting him in there if he was going to throw 90, 91 mph; they would’ve gone with Lance Lynn. So we knew he was going to be amped up and we knew he was going to be upper 90s and we were prepared for him.