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CHRIS SALE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Blowout Sale

Imagine Gangsta Gangsta's Ice Cube singing, "With a right left, right left you toothless, and then you say goddamn they ruthless," but not coming out of Ice Cube's mouth, but out of Glass Joe's mouth from Mike Tyson's Punch Out. Imagine Mola Ram reaching into a chest and ripping out a heart. Only instead of Mola Ram, it's Arvid from Revenge of the Nerds. Imagine the head Neo-Nazi...
Via Razzball
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Preview: Twins vs. White Sox

The appeal process only is delaying the inevitable for Chris Sale, who likely will have his suspension upheld for his role in a benches-clearing brawl a week ago. Until then, he'll try to help the Chicago White Sox get back on track when they open a road series against the Minnesota Twins on Thursday night. Sale (2-0, 2.37 ERA) has been solid on the mound through three starts, but...
Via AP on Fox
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Sale and Samardzija Had No Business Getting Into a Brawl

As the whole city probably knows by now, the White Sox and Royals got into a bench clearing brawl. It’s the same old baseball story: bad blood, protecting your teammate, I plunk you, you plunk me, words exchanged, benches and bullpens clear, a bunch of grown men push each other and say “sup bro, sup bro!” and a few punches are thrown. Fans cheer, players are ejected, umpires...
Via Sports Mockery
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Sale Tried to Get Into the Royals’ Clubhouse on Thursday

With disciplinary action from Major League Baseball still forthcoming, more details have emerged surrounding the aftermath of Thursday night’s vicious benches-clearing brawl between the Chicago White Sox and Kansas City Royals. According to ESPN.com’s White Sox beat reporter Doug Padilla, Chicago’s Chris Sale attempted to enter the Kansas City clubhouse in the eighth inning...
Via Baseball Essential
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Sale tried to get into Royals’ clubhouse after ejection

Chris Sale really wanted a piece of the Kansas City Royals after being ejected following a benches-clearing brawl on Thursday. Reports said he tried to get into the Royals’ clubhouse after being ejected, and the White Sox pitcher did not deny the accusation. Numerous sources confirmed to me that White Sox starter Chris Sale tried...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Chris Sale wanted to fight Yordano Ventura

Chris Sale reportedly still had some unfinished business with Yordano Ventura following his ejection Thursday night. The Chicago White Sox ace was in the middle of the all-out, bench-clearing brawl that broke out in the seventh inning of last night’s game against the Kansas City Royals. Sale, who was one of five players ejected from the game, was all sorts of fired up after Adam...
Via NESN.com
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Shark and Sale Right The Ship, Get The Good Guys on The Board

The first four games of this season sucked. Luckily, the White Sox are going to be a tough team to keep on a lengthy losing streak at any point, thanks to their strong top-end of the rotation. The series to kick off the season in Kansas City was brutal. That was the Royals’ series, and it didn’t matter who was coming to town. The Sox hit a bit of a buzz saw there, and didn...
Via Grab Some Bench
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago White Sox: season far from over

Four games does not a season make. For any other situation, this statement would be unnecessary to make given the obvious idea it conveys. But this is the Chicago White Sox. Rationality need not apply. In all fairness, nobody enjoys seeing their team go through an 0-4 start to a season that holds such high expectations given the acquisitions made and the amount of money spent in...
Via isportsweb.com
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Sale out three weeks with foot injury

Man, baseball players can be clumsy.   Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale became the latest ballplayer to go down with an odd injury, as the White Sox announced he’ll miss three weeks with a broken foot. Sale apparently suffered the injury at home. It’s unclear what exactly Sale did to injure himself, but general manager Rick Hahn did give this (perhaps tongue-in-cheek?)...
Via NESN.com
February 28, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Chris Sale smashes bat after giving up grand slam

Coming into Saturday night’s game against the Los Angeles Angels, White Sox Chris Sale and allowed just one run in 18 innings since coming off the disabled list. On this night, he was on the pace for another great start. He didn’t allow a run until the bottom of the eighth. With his team still holding a 5-1 lead after Iannetta’s RBI single, Mike Trout stepped into the batting...
Via The Garbage Time
June 08, 2014  |  Discuss
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