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White Sox not surprised by Sale's brilliance
A day after Chris Sale nearly threw a perfect game against Los Angeles, members of the White Sox were impressed -- but not stunned -- by the left-hander's brilliance.
LIVE: White Sox wrap up series with Angels
Chris Sale is on the mound for the White Sox as they look to avoid getting swept by the Angels. Follow pitch-by-pitch with In-Game Live.
On a national stage, Chris Sale showcases his ceiling
Chris Sale retired the first 19 Angels batters he faced en route to a one-hit shutout in a 3-0 victory over the Angels Sunday night. Alexei Ramirez and Alex Rios backed the offense with RBI hits in the eighth inning.
LIVE: Sale , Sox look to salvage series with Royals
Chris Sale takes the hill for the White Sox in place of Jake Peavy as the White Sox try to salvage the series finale with the Royals in Kansas City.
Sale , Sox look to salvage series with Royals
Chris Sale takes the hill for the White Sox Monday in place of the injured Jake Peavy as the White Sox try to salvage the series in the finale with the Royals in Kansas City.
White Sox notes: Sale pushed up, will start Monday
White Sox manager Robin Ventura announces Chris Sale to start Monday afternoon against Kansas City.
Sale gets past early jitters as Sox top Rangers
Chris Sale limited Texas to two runs despite some early issues, and Conor Gillaspie and Alejandro De Aza homered as the White Sox beat Texas 5-2 to snap a three-game losing streak.
Live: Sale , Sox look to clean things up vs. Texas
The White Sox have lost three straight games and have played generally sloppy baseball in the season's first month, but look to start May on the right foot behind Chris Sale tonight in Texas.
Live on CSN+: Sale , Sox face Rays
Chris Sale squares off against Jeremy Hellickson as the White Sox, coming off a win Wednesday, face perennial playoff contender Tampa Bay. Catch all the action on Comcast SportsNet-Plus.
Dunn goes deep as Sox top Rays
Adam Dunn hit his fourth home run of the season while Chris Sale allowed two run in seven innings as the White Sox topped Tampa Bay, 5-2, for their second straight win.