ANAHEIM, Calif. — His latest performance was spectacular enough for Chris Sale to temporarily break character — at least a little.
Buried in the fine print of Chris Sale’s 15-strikeout victory over the Cubs on Sunday was an achievement that should have been written in bold letters, highlighted in yellow magic marker.
Impressed by Chris Sale’s performance from the bullpen, Nate Jones wasn’t too shabby, either.
Chris Sale offered a reminder of why he’s one of baseball’s premier pitchers Sunday afternoon, with Cubs right fielder Jorge Soler the unsuspecting victim of the left-hander’s brilliance.
Shortly after Sunday’s 3-1 White Sox victory over the Cubs, Jose Abreu asked a clubhouse attendant to have Chris Sale autograph a baseball for him.