The men responsible witnessed Chris Sall’s explosion.
On Thursday morning, Haim Blum, head of baseball for the Boston Red Sox, gave his thoughts on Sal’s behavior.
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According to The Greg Hill Show on WEEI 93.7 Boston:
“I watched the video. I haven’t talked to anyone, including Chris, about it, but I watched the video. Look, I’m not going to sit here and condone property damage, but it’s a competitor. That is it. There are a lot of players, including Someone we all love going to Cooperstown later this month has been caught on tape doing things like this when they’re down during a ball game. It happens, it probably happens more than people think and with guys you might never suspect. So, we don’t condone That never is, but there is a lot of passion in this game and when you have someone who holds themselves to a high standard like Chris and cares as much as he does, sometimes that passion will express itself in different ways.”
The breakdown came after Sale struggled at the start of rehab on Wednesday against Triple A Scranton/Wilkes Barre.
After leaving the game, Sale is seen in a video crashing Triple-A Worcester Club.
The clip was posted on Twitter by Alisha Palumbo from NBC10 in Boston. In the video, Sale is seen tearing what appears to be a TV off the wall. The Worcester Telegram & Gazette’s Joe McDonald It states, “For the record, the TV has been broken for over a month.” However, it’s probably not the smartest thing since Salé is on the casualty list since spring training with a broken rib. And remember, Sale also missed the 2020 season while recovering from Tommy John’s surgery.
What triggered the sale? It only lasted 3.2 innings on Wednesday and was pulled from the game after giving up on a rule-laden walk. Seal struggled with his driving, giving away five free passes. He also hit five hits in a WooSox 4-2 loss.
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So what did the 33-year-old southern player say after the match? In the Boston Globe:
“Pffff. He said. “I was just fishing today…nothing to hang your hat on, that’s for sure.”
Salé threw only 42 of its 72 stadiums on Wednesday for strikes.
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