Red Sox’s Chris Sale trashes clubhouse after struggling in rehab start vs. Triple-A Scranton - world cultures

Red Sox’s Chris Sale trashes clubhouse after struggling in rehab start vs. Triple-A Scranton



Yikes.

The Boston Red Sox, Chris Seal, struggled at the start of rehab Wednesday against Triple A Scranton/Wilkes-Bar and knocked it out at Polar Park in Worcester, Massachusetts.

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 whiteboard from a wall. Probably not the smartest thing since he’s been 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.

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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.

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.”

Wednesday was Salé’s fourth rehab, and despite the results, he insists he is ready to be taken off the injured list.

“I’m pretty ready,” Sal said. “I know today there were some hiccups but nothing that can’t be settled… I just want to be a part of it. I want to get back to doing my work and lifting my weight.”

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Salé threw only 42 of its 72 stadiums on Wednesday for strikes. According to the Globe, “Seal attributed his struggles with control to a delivery that veered so much toward first rule—a problem he thinks would be easy to correct.”

“Nothing that cannot be cleaned this next week [with] Ciel said. “It doesn’t really hold me back.”

If Sale is given the green light, it will line up to face the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday, followed by the New York Yankees a week later on Saturday.

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