• After hectic offseason, Sale ready to lead Sox staff

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Jan 16, 2014
    It's an honor Sale deserves as the No. 1 man on the staff, but also as one of the game's top starting pitchers in just his third full season in the rotation. That's because they control the rights to Chris Sale for, at most, $59 million over seven years, with only $32.5 million guaranteed. Mitch Lukevics, the Rays' director of Minor League operations, said the Rays are happy with how Sale has matured off the field and pleased they could invite him to the annual prospects camp. There were excursions to Nashville, Georgia and Arizona, for nuptials involving teammates John Danks, Gordon Beckham and Matt Lindstrom, along with a family New Year's trip to Jamaica.
    Source: MLB.com
    • Sale is an outstanding bargain for White Sox

      Chris Sale is as good as any pitcher not named Clayton Kershaw, and Sale's deal is far more team-friendly than Kershaw's record pact.
      Source: MLB.com
    • Rays prospect Sale grateful for club's support

      As he stood in front of a locker in the Rays' clubhouse Wednesday afternoon, outfield prospect Josh Sale was, technically, still on the team's restricted list, unable to play following an indefinite suspension in May for conduct detrimental to the organ…
      Source: MLB.com

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