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What does the future hold for Chris Sale?

As he aims for his first Cy Young Award, is Sale peaking right now? The next few years should be among his finest, and he should remain productive into his mid-30's. ZiPS has his projected career WAR in line with a recent Hall of Famer's. #MLBRank: Forecasting the future

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White Sox slip to No. 19 in ESPN rankings

Chicago drops one spot following another disappointing but eventful week. The week preceding the trade deadline happens to include this season's four-game home-and-home with the Cubs. Week 16 Power Rankings

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Chris Sale's trade status is up in the air

Saturday's incident will certainly go into White Sox lore and uniform lore and spoiled athlete lore, but will it affect Sale's rumored trade status? Of course not. Will Chicago look to deal him, though? Five things we learned Sunday

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Cabrera comes up clutch once more

Melky Cabrera hit a walk-off single in the White Sox's regularly scheduled game on Sunday. Cabrera has produced 13 game-ending hits since he made his MLB debut on July 7, 2005. The only other major league players with at least 13 walk-off hits over that span are Ryan Zimmerman (14) and Albert Pujols (13), the Elias Sports Bureau notes.

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Sale, White Sox have struggled together

Chris Sale hasn't been himself in his last 10 starts, and, unsurprisingly, the White Sox have struggled much more as a result.

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Would a Sale deal involve Sox for Sox?

Jim Bowden remains leery of the AL Cy Young favorite being dealt. But if White Sox GM Rick Hahn parts with Chris Sale, Bowden sees Boston as the most likely landing spot. Top trade targets/best fits (Insider)

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

Clubs talking with the Red Sox say they're still trying to do "something big." But for what high-end starter? Chris Sale? Sonny Gray? Mystery pitcher?

Cora: What Sale did was 'not acceptable' (1:26)
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Coach & Bretos: Chris Sale's five-game ban

Jonathan Coachman and Mike Antoniou give their takes on Chris Sale's five-game ban for a reported confrontation over the White Sox's uniforms, Sale's temper and his future.

White Sox walk off again against Tigers (0:41)

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

More from Chris Sale's agent, B.B. Abbott: Told me today he sees no reason for the after-effects of Sale's actions to linger, following his return. "I honestly don't think there are fences to mend," Abbott said. "He has been with the organization since he was drafted. The entire organization knows the fiber of Chris Sale. They understand the passion and fierce competitive nature. If they are on board with prioritizing winning, there will not be an issue at all."

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

Chris Sale's agent, B.B. Abbott, told me Sunday that Sale has "talked at length" with GM Rick Hahn about Saturday's incident, that the club understands Sale's first priority is winning and that as long as both sides agree on that, "there will not be an issue" once Sale returns from his suspension. "The only thing that matters to Chris Sale is winning," Abbott said, in a text. "If he perceives that something is distracting from that or being prioritized over that, he is going to have a problem with it. There is no better teammate or competitor than Chris and there is no player that cares more about the city of Chicago and its fans than him. "As long as everyone can agree with those sentiments," Abbott went on, "and putting winning and the White Sox fans first, there will never be a problem between Chris and anyone on the staff or in the front office. I think Chris has been very clear on that subject and it was well received. He now wants to focus on his team, teammates and the task at hand - helping the White Sox win ballgames."

Tigers tag Robertson for three solo homers in ninth to tie game (0:33)
Upton takes a home run away from Abreu (0:25)

Lineup: White Sox (47-50) vs. Tigers (51-47)

  • 1. Adam Eaton, RF (L)
  • 2. Tim Anderson, SS (R)
  • 3. Melky Cabrera, LF (S)
  • 4. Jose Abreu, 1B (R)
  • 5. Justin Morneau, DH (L)
  • 6. Todd Frazier, 3B (R)
  • 7. Dioner Navarro, C (S)
  • 8. J.B. Shuck, CF (L)
  • 9. Carlos Sanchez, 2B (S)
  • SP: Jose Quintana, LHP
  • Daily notes

White Sox walk off on Eaton's single (0:33)
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Sports teams poke fun at Chris Sale

Sports teams chimed in on Chris Sale's reported distaste over the Chicago White Sox's throwback uniforms.

Hahn: We won't be moving Sale because of uniform incident (1:21)
Olney: Uniform incident just Sale's temperament (1:06)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25118th
On Base Percentage.31522nd
Slugging Percentage.39924th
Earned Run Average4.0212th
Quality Starts548th

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