Cleveland Indians catcher Roberto Prez says he wasn't aware White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodn had a perfect game bid when he was hit by the pitch.
CHICAGO — Carlos Rodón jumped around near the mound, surrounded by exuberant teammates. All the injuries, all the uncertainty, it seemed like a lifetime ago. From no roster spot to no-hitter — Rodón had arrived at his moment. The left-hander threw the second no-hitter of the young baseball season Wednesday night, losing his bid for
White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodn showed what he was capable of with the 20th no-hitter in White Sox history.