If the Chicago White Sox are going to compete for a playoff spot in 2014, there would be no better time to strike than now.
The White Sox ace could throw a rehab start in the next couple of weeks.
There remains no set timetable for Chris Sale’s return from a strained flexor muscle.
Sale is on the 15-day DL, retroactive to April 18.
Sale threw 127 pitches in his last outing against the Red Sox.
Jose Abreu and Dayan Viciedo hit RBI doubles in the seventh inning, and the Chicago White Sox rallied for a 3-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Monday night.
If Chris Sale was pitching in the 1970s, he might have been able to determine his own fate on Thursday evening.
Dayan Viciedo already drew trade interest. Now he can really be showcased.
Sale averaged 19.4 seconds between pitches in Monday’s win.
Chris Sale says the “sky is the limit” when asked about room for improvement.
Rick Hahn needs some of the younger White Sox to reach their potentially quickly.
Before the rainbow, there must be rain. And it’s raining right now on Chicago baseball.
A starting rotation of Sale-Samardzija-Quintana-Wood-Danks is solid.
The White Sox will break up the lefties in their starting rotation.
The Cubs are stocked with young position players, while the White Sox have more youthful arms.
Jose Quintana has his sights set on going seven innings per game.
Chris Sale retired eight of the nine Dodgers he faced Friday in his first action.
Chris Sale believes he gained valuable experience going through that and is better now in more ways than one as the White Sox try to rebound from their worst season in recent memory.
White Sox ace Chris Sale doesn’t want to be anywhere but Chicago.
The White Sox made way too many “mistakes” last year that can be easily corrected.