"Pitcher's got a rubber body..."
No hurler in baseball history has been this good while being this tall and skinny
CHRIS SALE PULLS down his black cap, shading his cropped beard, and breathes deeply. He had looked relaxed earlier in the evening, flipping the ball between his throwing hand and glove, joking with the grounds crew and high-fiving teammates. But when Oakland's Yoenis Cespedes walks into the batter's box hoping to erase a slim 1-0 White Sox lead in the fourth inning at U.S. Cellular Field, all playfulness disappears. A skeleton on the mound, the 6'6" Sale prepares to unleash choreographed ...
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