The mocked super ace. Chris Sale (34, Boston Red Sox) was confident of a comeback once again.
Sale pitched the bullpen on the 16th (Korean time) at his team’s spring camp in Fort Myers, Florida, USA. He started baseball normally in February, recording a total of 35 pitches. He, who has become synonymous with the ‘glass body’, said, “It took a long time to get here (normally digesting the bullpen pitching on the first day of camp). A lot has happened not only to himself but also to the people around him. Thank you for having another chance with them. do,” he said.
Sale has been plagued with injuries almost the entire time since August 2019. His starting point was the elbow (left), which was a chronic injury site for pitchers. He eventually underwent ligament splicing surgery. He even returned to play in the second half of the 2021 season and played 9 games. But the nightmare came again. He suffered a right rib stress fracture before the start of the 2022 season, and on July 18, the second appearance of his return, against the New York Yankees, his left little finger was fractured by opposing hitter Aaron Hicks. 스포츠토토 In early August, while he was undergoing rehabilitation treatment, he suffered a fracture of his right wrist while riding a bicycle and had to undergo surgery again.
Sale is a pitcher with a brilliant career to be ridiculed. He made his debut with the Chicago White Sox in the 2010 season and won 17 games in the 2012 season, which was his third year. He was also a strikeout machine with more than 200 strikeouts in 7 consecutive seasons (2013-2019). He won the strikeout king only twice (2015 and 2017 seasons). He moved to Boston and won 17 wins in the 2017 season as well, and the following year (2018) recorded 12 wins and an average ERA of 2.11, leading Boston to win the World Series. Sale is such a pitcher.