Oh, deer: White Sox’s Carlos Rodon hunts down spot for drug test

Feb 28, 2015; Glendale, AZ, USA; Chicago White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon poses for a portrait during photo day at Camelback Ranch. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon will go to great lengths not to disclose his favorite hunting spot — even when baseball’s drug testers come calling.

Rodon, rehabilitating following surgery on his left throwing shoulder, is an avid hunter and revealed Monday to his 18,000-plus Twitter followers at @Carlos_Rodon55 that he received a phone call stating he was selected for a random drug test. Not willing to reveal his “honey hole” during a hunting trip in Kansas, Rodon suggested an alternative location for the test. That apparently didn’t go over too well with the tester.








“So I’m in Kansas hunting. I get a call for ANOTHER drug test. I tell him to meet me at Subway(No one can know my honey hole)… he said he felt uncomfortable doing it there because of people. Bro, I have to pee infront of you what do you mean YOUUU feel uncomfortable.”

Either way, it made for an uncomfortable situation for all parties involved.

Except the deer.