Boston Red Sox fans were ecstatic about Chris Sale’s rehabilitation start with Double-A Portland on Tuesday night. The Boston Red Sox are seeing their AL East lead shrink with the Tampa Bay Rays creeping up in the standings. While the Red Sox are in a position to buy at the July 30 trade deadline, they may not need to add a starter, thanks to the impending return of ace Chris Sale.
Chaim Bloom, the team's chief baseball officer, told WEEI Sale is close to returning to the Red Sox. Chaim Bloom isn’t here to tamp down the excitement about Red Sox starter Chris Sale’s eventual return to his team’s starting rotation. “He’s really close now,” he told WEEI’s The Greg Hill...
PORTLAND, Maine — After an impressive rehab start for the Portland Sea Dogs on Tuesday, Boston Red Sox ace Chris Sale is scheduled to take the mound again at Hadlock Field on Sunday. A sellout crowd came out to see Sale on Tuesday and he did not disappoint. He tossed...
It was the best of rehab outings, it was the worst of rehab outings -- namely because it was two different rehab outings. Chris Sale and Carlos Carrasco, each making their way back from injury, each made their second rehab start Tuesday. Sale's went swimmingly. He allowed no hits while striking out six over 3 2/3 innings, his fastball peaking at 98 mph. Carrasco's not so much. He allowed five runs on three homers in 1 2/3 innings.
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Chris Sale is poised for an imminent return to the Boston Red Sox rotation after a long road of recovery and rehabilitation following Tommy John surgery in March 2020. During the year-plus since going under the knife, Sale made the decision to take drastic action when it comes to his dietary habits.
Red Sox’ Chris Sale dominates with 6 strikeouts over 3 2/3 scoreless, no-hit innings in rehab start for Double-A Portland
Red Sox ace Chris Sale took yet another positive step in the right direction in his road back from Tommy John surgery on Tuesday night. Five days after a successful outing for the rookie-level Florida Complex League Red Sox in Sarasota, Fla., Sale was at it again, this time suiting up for Double-A Portland in front of a sold-out crowd at Hadlock Field.
Boston Red Sox’s Chris Sale has cut out junk food, improved sleeping habits while rehabbing: ‘I would show up on game day with a bag of McDonald’s or Taco Bell’
PORTLAND, Maine -- When Chris Sale rejoins the Red Sox later this summer, he will do so with a new ulnar collateral ligament in his left elbow -- and a brand-new diet. Sale, who struck out six batters and didn’t allow a hit in 3 ⅔ stellar innings in a rehab outing for Double-A Portland on Tuesday night, spent time during the rehab process thinking of changes he could make to maximize his performance when he got back to the majors. Though nutrition wouldn’t seem to be a problem for a pitcher who weighs all of 183 pounds on a 6-foot-6 frame, Sale said he has made some significant adjustments to his eating habits.
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Chris Sale took another important step in his rehab from Tommy John surgery Tuesday night. The Boston Red Sox pitcher tossed 3 2/3 scoreless innings for the Portland Sea Dogs in front of a packed house that included just one walk, no hits, no runs and six strikeouts. Sale also reached 98 mph on the radar gun.
BOSTON (CBS) — Chris Sale made his second rehab start on Tuesday, taking the mound for the Double-A Sea Dogs in Portland. Though his uniform was a little different than what Red Sox fans are used to seeing, the lefty looked like his old self. Sale was downright filthy as...
PORTLAND, Maine. — The Portland Sea Dogs haven't seen anything like it in years. \For the first time since September of 2019, before the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, Hadlock Stadium welcomed a sold-out, full-capacity crowd of 7,368 fans. Undeterred by a mid-afternoon thunderstorm that dumped torrential rain across the city before the game, local fans packed the stands to get a close up look at the man of the hour.
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PORTLAND, Maine. — The Portland Sea Dogs haven’t seen a scene like it in years. For the first time since September of 2019 before the outbreak, Hadlock Stadium welcomed a sold-out, full-capacity crowd of 7,368 fans. Undeterred by a mid-afternoon thunderstorm that dumped torrential rain across the city before the game, local fans packed the stands to get a close up look at the man of the hour.
As Chris Sale walked off the mound at Hadlock Field Tuesday night, he acknowledged an ovation from the first crowd of any substance to see him pitch since he underwent ligament-replacement surgery in his left elbow 16 months ago. The rehabbing Red Sox lefty doffed his cap and patted his...
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