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Baltimore Sun Feb 28, 2015

White Sox pitcher Chris Sale has fractured right foot

GLENDALE, Ariz. — The sight of Chris Sale hobbling around Camelback Ranch with a heavily bandaged foot is something that could induce dread in any White Sox supporter who harbored hopes the club might be ready to contend.

Sale looking less likely for Opening Day

GLENDALE, Ariz. – Initially hopeful that Chris Sale could return to pitch on Opening Day, the Chicago White Sox now are being more cautious with their optimism. Manager Robin Ventura expressed doubts that Sale would be far enough in his recovery from a fracture in his right foot to pitch in the season opener on April 6 at Kansas City. “He was slated to go for Opening Day and there is a slim chance that he would be able to do that,” Ventura said.

Rodon, others to fill temporary Sale void

GLENDALE, Ariz. – With Cactus league games set to begin next week, the Chicago White Sox will not move any of their four remaining starters into Chris Sale’s vacated rotation spot. The team announced Sunday that their projected Opening Day starter suffered a right foot fracture and will miss three weeks of baseball activity. The decision suggests that the White Sox remain hopeful that Sale will return by the April 6 season opener at Kansas City.
South Side Sox Feb 28, 2015

Chris Sale fractures foot, resting for 3 weeks

X-rays reveal an invulsion fracture on the lateral side of his right foot. "I came into this season as ready as I've ever been, I'm not losing any faith." - Chris Sale More tests to come when the swelling goes down. Let's hope he really only misses 3 weeks.
Bless You Boys Mar 1, 2015

White Sox ace Chris Sale fractures foot, out for 3 weeks

Sale injured himself at home last week, and his status for Opening Day is up in the air. Many people have referred to Chris Sale as a "ticking time bomb" of sorts. No, Sale isn't a hot-head prone to spouting off at the slightest provocation, despite what last September's "binoculargate" game might suggest. Sale's unconventional and violent pitching motion has left pundits wondering when -- more so than if -- Sale will injure himself and require Tommy John surgery. Well, Sale finally injured himself last week, but his left elbow is fine. Sale suffered an avulsion fracture in his right foot...

White Sox to skeptics: No mystery here

GLENDALE, Ariz. – Not to ruin the day of conspiracy theorists everywhere, but the Chicago White Sox insist that Chris Sale’s foot fracture was indeed a freak accident in the driveway of his temporary Arizona residence. General manager Rick Hahn was the first to reveal that Sale suffered an avulsion fracture of his right foot while unloading items out of his truck. Perhaps fueling the minds of the conspiracy theorists was Sale’s tongue-in-cheek tale about how the injury happened.

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