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Chris Sale

SP | Boston Red Sox
Bats / Throws: L / L
Age: 30 (1989-03-30)
Ht / Wt: 6'6" / 180 lbs.

2019 Stats Snapshot

IPWSOERAWHIPSVFIP
56.31---4.3141.083---3.44

Draft Prep / Rankings Snapshot

Staff RankTrendAvg ADPAuctionRound (12-team)Diff
2414$283.00-10.0
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1 day agoBoston Red Sox starting pitcher Chris Sale lasted just 5 1/3 innings Sunday, allowing three runs, on four hits, while striking out 10, and walking five in a 4-3 win over Houston. The southpaw has now earned double-digit strikeouts in four straight starts, dating back to May 3. However, Sunday also marked a season-high in walks, which is discouraging after he walked just one batter over his previous three starts combined. Regardless, it wasn't a completely dreadful outing for the 30-year-old, he just needs to go back to limiting walks, while keeping those strikeout totals high, and owners should be happy. He gets these same Astros on the road next Friday, where he'll hopefully be able to work past the sixth inning.--Steve Janik - RotoBaller
Source: MLB.com

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

Historical Split Stats

  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
SplitIPHSOBBERAFIPWHIPHRK/9BB/9BABIP
vL7.391011.2270.771.364012.31.20.429
vR39.73359145.4454.571.185913.43.20.293
HOME28.32348104.4472.71.165415.33.20.352
AWAY28.0223564.1794.191511.31.90.262
vL27.7174130.9760.960.723013.31.00.288
vR103.373154272.4392.40.9681013.42.40.294
HOME64.04795172.1091.881313.42.40.321
AWAY94.055142172.1062.040.766813.61.60.255
vL34.0254162.3822.510.91230.10.60.278
vR149.3100229323.0742.530.884190.10.50.273
HOME88.370117183.1583.170.996130.10.60.286
AWAY126.095191252.7141.950.952110.10.60.312
vL35.7254232.7763.20.78550.11.30.25
vR155.3134156323.2453.561.069200.10.50.279
HOME104.390116183.8824.291.035210.10.60.272
AWAY122.3100117272.8692.731.03860.10.50.287
vL32.0324793.0941.611.28100.10.40.405
vR138.7120189303.312.791.082170.10.50.322
HOME109.392129233.1283.271.052140.10.50.332
AWAY99.393145193.7152.121.12890.10.60.354

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Chris Sale Chatroom

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Beat Writer Chatter

  • @PeteAbe: Cora threw Ryan Weber in the mix to start Thursday. So the rotation at the moment is:

    AT TOR
    Tonight: Rodriguez
    We… https://t.co/KxB3pzYlfY
  • @PeteAbe: "Wins" for a pitcher have, rightfully, been devalued.

    Nonetheless, amusing that reliever Marcus Walden is 6-0 for… https://t.co/eWmMY0zLli
    Posted 9 mins ago
  • @SmittyOnMLB: RT @ChrisCotillo: Edwin Jackson is facing the Sox today. Along his 14-team journey in the majors, he has been a mentor to Chris Sale in Chi…
  • @SmittyOnMLB: RT @PitchingNinja: Chris Sale, Back Knee Slider. 😯😂 https://t.co/zEL2Ci9u0m
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @IanMBrowne: Just the third time in Sale's career he has walked five. Has never walked more than that.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @jcmccaffrey: Walden gets a huge double play to get out of the inning and save Sale. Still tied 3-3.

    Sale's line: 5.1 IP, 4 H, 3… https://t.co/wE1EMSaFK8
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @jcmccaffrey: Sale walks Reddick and now Cora's coming out. Walden enters with a one-out bases loaded situation in a tie game.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @jcmccaffrey: Would have thought Cora would pull Sale before Reddick, who's hit two doubles off him today.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Four walks for Sale today.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @jcmccaffrey: Sale starts the sixth with 89 pitches and allows a leadoff double.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @alexspeier: White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper is the one who coined Sale's breaking ball 'The Snitch,' in this story from a c… https://t.co/jJVxqYnUhn
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Devers fell asleep on Marisnick stealing third, didn’t cover the bag until it was too late. Rendered irrelevant whe… https://t.co/0YcLkCqQ2l
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @IanMBrowne: Sale has made Springer look awful today.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @jcmccaffrey: RT @SlangsOnSports: Carlos Correa's HR off Chris Sale went a projected 448 feet.

    That's the 2nd-longest HR Sale has allowed tracked by Sta…
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Marisnick just struck out on a slider that hit his back knee. That is the signature of Sale’s Golden Snitch.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @alexspeier: I believe Josh Reddick is the second left handed hitter to collect two extra-base hits vs Sale in one game. Eric Ho… https://t.co/3EPUjl2Msm
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @jcmccaffrey: Sale up to 58 pitches through three innings. Correa's two-run homer makes it 3-1 Astros.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @IanMBrowne: Correa hammers one to center, and Sale is down 3-1.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Brantley nearly took Sale out to RF on a slider. Number of homers allowed by Sale to lefties on sliders as a Red Sox: zero.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @IanMBrowne: Does Sale have a high pitch count because A) The Astros have the best lineup in baseball or B) Sandy Leon is not present.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @jcmccaffrey: Sale gets a big strikeout of Springer after a bit of a sloppy inning and cross up with Vazquez.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Springer had a really, really strange swing-miss at a 95 mph Sale fastball that locked him up. Either he guessed wr… https://t.co/bAHbZGs4Oa
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Cross-up of Sale with Vazquez leads to a run-scoring wild pitch. Sandy Leon, Sale’s primary catcher, returns from paternity leave tomorrow.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Reddick becomes: 1) The first batter to collect a hit in the first five innings against Sale since 5/3, and 2) ends… https://t.co/FCu3Wdsqd7
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @alexspeier: Sale has walked one more batter today (2) than he did in his prior 21 innings spanning three starts.
    Posted 2 days ago

Depth Charts - Batters

Depth Charts - Pitchers

Boston Red Sox Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Michael Chavis (3B)
  2. Nick Decker (OF)
  3. Mike Shawaryn (SP)
  4. Darwinzon Hernandez (SP)
  5. Jay Groome (SP)
  6. Bobby Dalbec (3B)
  7. C.J. Chatham (SS)
  8. Durbin Feltman (SP)
  9. Travis Lakins (SP)

Basic and Advanced Historical Stats

YearGGSIPWHSOBBERAFIPWHIPK/9BB/9BABIP
2019101056.314583164.3143.441.08313.32.60.303
20182727158.012102237342.1081.980.86113.51.90.283
20173232214.317165308432.8972.460.970.10.60.301
20163232226.717190233453.33531.0370.10.60.28
20153131208.713185274423.40731.0880.10.60.343
20142626174.012129208392.17230.9660.10.50.28
20133030214.311184226463.06531.0730.10.50.29
20123029192.017167192513.04731.1350.10.40.334
201158071.025279272.78931.1130.10.30.263
201021023.321532101.92931.0710.10.30.277

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