Rodon ends winless drought in White Sox 4-2 win

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MIAMI  — Carlos Rodon pitched six innings to record his first victory since May as the Chicago White Sox beat the Miami Marlins 4-2 on Friday night.

Adam Eaton tied a career-high with four hits for the White Sox, who had four players drive in a run in their first game in Miami since 2004.

Rodon (3-8) had been winless in his previous nine starts following a win against Kansas City on May 22. Rodon, who spent his early childhood in Miami, allowed one run and three hits while striking out four and walking three in a 122-pitch outing.

David Robertson pitched the ninth for his 28th save in 34 chances.

Andrew Cashner (4-9) allowed four runs, nine hits and five walks over five innings for the Marlins, who have lost three of four.