Baseball The White Sox, looking for more out of a starting rotation that has compiled a 5.03 ERA, have turned to rookie left-hander Carlos Rodon.Rodon, who got the win Saturday against the Reds in his first career start, will join the rotation with his second major-league start Friday against the A's in Oakland, the Chicago Tribune reported. MOCK DRAFT: Who will Diamondbacks take at No. 1?With a goal of maximizing their top prospect's innings in his first full season out of N.C. State, the White Sox initially used Rodon out of the bullpen. General manager Rick Hahn said the team has roughly mapped out Rodon's schedule through the All-Star break in an effort to manage his workload. To that end, Rodon, 22, will have scheduled breaks, such as being skipped in the rotation or being allowed more than the typical four days' rest."He knows that he will play an active role in communicating to us what he is feeling," Hahn said. "This is going

to be a process. We are going to be open-minded and flexible. … That [schedule] could always change based on weather, effectiveness and any number of factors."Rodon, who gave up two earned runs on four hits with eight strikeouts and four walks in six innings against the Reds, has a 2.92 ERA over 12 1/3 innings since his call-up April 20.The team hopes that taking right-hander Hector Noesi's spot in the rotation will help Rodon, Chicago's top pick in last June's draft, not only polish his pitches but also sharpen his control."When he goes in there as a reliever, he's just trying to get in and out as fast as he can," manager Robin Ventura said. "[As a starter, he's] able to use maybe his changeup a little more and have a little more variety than just fastball-slider. And I think command-wise he's going to be better with that."According to the Tribune, Hahn hasn't committed publicly to an innings count for Rodon but said that will be dictated by how he looks and feels. Rodon said he understands the Sox's desire to limit his workload.