Chris Sale dared to glance at his finger and had an idea in his head.
Sale claimed he didn’t feel any pain when he was struck on a 106.7 mph line drive from Aaron Hicks’ bat on Sunday afternoon.He Suffering from a broken left little finger During the play, Sale only felt angry and frustrated.
“It’s very frustrating,” said the sale, tagged with three runs (two goals), with a 13-2 defeat to the Yankees in Boston, lasting only two-thirds of the innings. “Pitcher elbow surgery is not uncommon, isn’t it? That’s what we do and it happens at work. We deal with it. Some of the other things you think,” Why Me?” “
The sale, which had never broken his finger, was to see a hand specialist in Boston on Sunday night and Monday to see further prognosis.
Alex Cora, Red Sox manager, who expressed sympathy for the sale, said: “We have to wait.”
The start on Sunday was the second appearance of the sale season. A left-handed player threw five innings against Rays on Tuesday’s season debut after spending more than three months on IL with a stress fracture in his right rib during spring training.
The finger fracture is the latest injured avalanche for sale that has thrown only 48¹ / ₃ major league innings since the end of the 2019 season. Elbow inflammation reduced his 2019 campaign and the final Tommy John surgery set him aside until August last year.
“I just want to do my job,” said Seven-time All-Star Sale. “I just want to play baseball. I had a lot of things to rob me of it. It’s the worst.
“Honestly, this is natural. Think about my timeline. It’s just s–t followed by s–t. There’s more to deal with. What are you? Can everyone be knocked down. That’s the way you stand up. That’s where I’m back. Get up, dust, clean up, and come back. “
Red Sox Chris Sale was fed up after a finger injury with the latest setbacks
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