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Chris Sale

Bats / Throws: L / L
Age: 28 (1989-03-30)
Ht / Wt: 6'6" / 180 lbs.

2017 Stats Snapshot


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2017 Player Outlook

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Recent Update

8/14:Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Chris Sale threw seven innings of one run ball, but go the no decision in the series finale against the Yankees. Sale was his regular dominant self Sunday, striking out 12 batters while allowing just four hits and two walks. Sale remains the AL Cy Young front runner with a 14-4 record thanks to 2.51 ERA to go along with a league high 241 strike outs. His next start comes in a rematch against the Yankees Saturday at Fenway.--Jared T - RotoBaller
Source: Providence Journal

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Recent Game Logs

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Performance Trends: Last 7, 14, 30, YTD Stats


Historical Split Stats

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vs. L8.19941.082.361.5600.009.724.322.2513.9.391.321
vs. R15.062362.402.950.8021.2013.803.603.8330.4.160.213
vs. L32.12539101.672.041.0810.2810.862.783.9021.8.293.255
vs. R38.22740173.724.031.1451.169.313.962.3514.8.239.288
vs. L51.0455673.351.941.0220.359.881.248.0023.9.312.263
vs. R141.0122136442.943.751.18171.098.682.813.0916.2.287.297
vs. L44.2204881.211.770.6300.009.671.616.0024.5.196.174
vs. R169.2164178383.553.541.19231.229.442.024.6819.9.310.307
vs. L34.1204760.001.010.7600.0012.321.577.8332.0.270.183
vs. R139.2109161332.712.961.02130.8410.372.134.8823.0.282.272
vs. L32.2324993.031.511.2600.0013.502.485.4427.8.400.281
vs. R176.0153225333.482.961.06231.1811.511.696.8227.0.308.285
vs. L35.2254233.283.200.7951.2610.600.7614.0028.9.247.254
vs. R191.0165191423.353.511.08221.049.001.984.5519.3.284.287
vs. L33.2254162.412.500.9230.8010.961.606.8326.5.272.234
vs. R175.2132259352.822.170.95170.8713.271.797.4032.3.305.254

Overheard in the RotoBaller Community

Chris Sale Chatroom

ADP Arbitrage Comparables

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Beat Writer Chatter

  • @PeteAbe: As part of Carhartt’s #Ks4Vets campaign, Chris Sale’s 300 strikeouts added $30K to their donation to @H2Hjobfairs.…
  • @alexspeier: What characteristics do 300-strikeout pitchers display, and how have they played out with Chris Sale in 2017?
  • @PeteAbe: Info on #RedSox playoff tickets, which go on sale tomorrow:
  • @alexspeier: What makes a 300-strikeout pitcher? As they celebrated Chris Sale's milestone, members of the Red Sox broke it down
  • @PeteAbe: Chris Sale stayed in the game perhaps longer than expected. When he came out, he was part a very exclusive club:
  • @PeteAbe: Here’s Chris Sale on joining Pedro Martinez as the only #RedSox pitchers with 300 strikeouts:
  • @PeteAbe: Chris Sale’s last five fastballs: 95.7, 96.4, 98.6, 99, 96.2. Finished with 111 pitches, 77 strikes.
  • @PeteAbe: Here’s the audio of Chris Sale’s postgame press conference tonight:
  • @PeteAbe: Sox sweep O’s. They have won six of seven and 11 of 14. Now 88-64. Sale 16th pitcher in history to reach 300 Ks.
  • @alexspeier: Sale has struck out 166 different batters this year, topped by Judge and Souza at 10 each.
  • @PeteAbe: RT @BNightengale: Chris Sale has now struck out 191 batters on the road this year, the most by any #MLB pitcher in at least 104 years.
  • @alexspeier: RT @darenw: Chris Sale with 300 strikeouts... Here's the pitch location of all of them. 🔥🔥🔥
  • @PeteAbe: Don’t see one inning ruining Sale’s season. His accomplishment shouldn’t get lost in contrived controversy.
  • @alexspeier: And with a slider, Sale gets to 300 strikeouts against Ryan Flaherty. 8 shutout innings, 13 Ks, 0 BBs, 111 pitches, 77 strikes.
  • @PeteAbe: 300 strikeouts for Sale. First AL pitcher to do that since Pedro Martinez in 1999. Second pitcher in Sox history.
  • @alexspeier: Also: Sale pumped a 99.0 mph heater during the Hardy at-bat, matching his highest velocity on any pitch this year.
  • @PeteAbe: Sale is coming back out. You’d think saving a few bullets would be a bigger priority than chasing strikeouts.
  • @alexspeier: Sale is coming out for the 8th. A bit surprising Sox didn't turn it over to Price for another two-inning appearance.
  • @alexspeier: Assuming Sale is done, this is his 5th start of 10+ Ks and 0 BBs in '17, tying a record also held by Price ('14), Pedro ('99), Clemens ('97)
  • @alexspeier: Sale finishes Trumbo with the slider for strikeout No. 12 of the night, No. 299 of the year.
  • @PeteAbe: Sale is a savage. Leadoff double and then he strikes out Schoop, Jones and Castillo. 12 for the game, 299 for the season.
  • @IanMBrowne: Sale is one strikeout from 300.
  • @PeteAbe: 10+ strikeouts for the 18th time this season for Sale. Every Oriole in the lineup at last once, Hays twice. 297 on the season.
  • @alexspeier: That's Chris Sale's 18th 10K game this year, tied for fourth-most in one season in AL history.
  • @PeteAbe: Sale comes back for the 7th.

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Red Sox Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Andrew Benintendi (OF)
  2. Rafael Devers (3B)
  3. Jason Groome (SP)
  4. Sam Travis (1B)
  5. Roniel Raudes (SP)
  6. Bobby Dalbec (3B)
  7. Josh Ockimey (1B)
  8. Anderson Espinoza (SP)
  9. Michael Chavis (3B)
  10. Deven Marrero (SS)

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