Yankees’ $162 Million Pitcher Breaks Silence on Awful 2023 Performance 

Carlos Rodón, a starting pitcher for the New York Yankees, signed a six-year, $162 million contract last winter. 

Unfortunately, his first season in pinstripes did not go as he expected. 

Multiple visits to the disabled list limited the left-handed pitcher to only 14 starts and 64.1 innings. 

Rodón's pitching performance was likewise subpar, with a 6.85 ERA, 1.45 WHIP, and 64 strikeouts.  

Already in Tampa preparing for the forthcoming season, he chatted with Greg Joyce of the New York Post about his nightmarish 2023 season. 

"I just feel like I got some stuff to prove, and I want to stay on the field a lot longer than I did last year," he stated before a bullpen session on February 12. 

"I know I have to do better," Rodon stated. "Listen, I will be open with you. Each of us is human. We can hear everything. 

The Dallas Cowboys could pursue a Super Bowl champion in free agency. 

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