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Chris Sale a bit mixed up, but no setback

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale has the left arm to make him a success. Now all he needs is a calendar. Sale said Tuesday he got his days mixed up -- referring to spring training as Groundhog Day -- and is now set to throw a bullpen session Wednesday, not Tuesday as he suggested one day earlier. He is still set to throw what is expected to be a simulated game Friday. “The good news is that I’m ready today,” Sale said in acknowledging his mistake.

Sox schedule sim game for Chris Sale

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Chris Sale took another step on his road to recovery Monday, running for the first time since fracturing a bone in his right foot on Feb. 27. He not only will throw a bullpen session Tuesday, he is scheduled to throw 75 pitches in a simulated game Friday at the White Sox’s spring training complex. “It’s great to be a real baseball player again,” Sale said, while on his way to the team workout room. Sale was supposed to begin baseball activity three weeks after his injury and met that estimate when he threw a 60-pitch bullpen session Friday.
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