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Chris Sale meltdown: Video captures Red Sox starter destroying WooSox clubhouse in tantrum after bases-loaded walk

Chris Sale has been recognized for his depth on and off the mound throughout his MLB profession. MLB followers had been handled to a little bit of the latter throughout his rehab begin for the Worcester Crimson Sox on Wednesday.

Sale, who’s working his approach again from a stress fracture in his rib cage, made his first begin for the WooSox in opposition to the Scranton Wilkes-Barre RailRiders. It wasn’t a terrific one for the 33-year-old.

Sale lasted simply 3 2/3 innings. He allowed simply three hits however struggled together with his command, strolling 5 batters. He was in the end pulled after a bases-loaded stroll within the high of the fourth inning that plated the one run Sale allowed throughout the sport.

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The Crimson Sox star was understandably pissed off together with his efficiency, and he let everybody see that clearly. He threw a tantrum that destroyed a part of the WooSox clubhouse and was caught on video by NBC10 Boston’s Alysha Palumbo.

It is good to see that Sale cares about his craft and the outcomes of his crew, however there isn’t any doubt that was an overreaction. Very like his overreaction to the White Sox throwback jerseys which he famously minimize up with a pair of scissors earlier than a scheduled begin with the crew in 2016.

Sale was a bit calmer after the sport when assessing his efficiency, which he known as “not good” per the Boston Globe.

“I used to be simply on the market fishing at this time,” he mentioned. “Nothing to hold your hat on, that’s for certain.”

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Nonetheless, Sale believes that he’s nearing a return to the Crimson Sox. And Boston might use him as its pitching workers continues to take care of myriad accidents (Nate Eovaldi and Wealthy Hill) and instances of arm fatigue (Michael Wacha).

“I’m very prepared,” Sale mentioned of his potential return. “I do know at this time was slightly little bit of a hiccup but it surely’s nothing that may’t be ironed out.

“I simply need to be part of it. I need to get again to doing my job and pulling my weight.”

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