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Never Buy Anything On Sale 

The Red Sox suffered more than a 13-2 loss to the New York Yankees on Sunday. After waiting for what felt like six months ( Actually it was six months )  for Chris Sale to come back from a fractured rib he was forced to exit just his second start with a broken finger. Sale suffered the injury in the bottom of the first when a line drive off the bat of Aaron Hicks struck him on the hand. The Red Sox later announced the injury as a left fifth finger fracture, that’s the pinky boys and girls. 

I can’t believe that this just happened to Chris Sale! Devastating for him and the #RedSox@wbz — Dan Roche (@RochieWBZ) July 17, 2022

Sale hit the ground immediately after being struck then immediately walked off the field holding up his left hand to show the world a digit that looked more like it belonged to an NFL Center than a baseball teams left handed ace. 

Give us a freaking break already. — Boston Strong (@BostonStrong_34) July 17, 2022

Sale told reporters he thinks he will “miss six to eight weeks” , ( pull this leg now) “ but he will pitch again this season” His words not mine people. 

Chris Sale: “It’s par for the course. Think about it. Think about my timeline. It has just been shit after shit after shit. Just more shit to deal with.” — Chris Cotillo (@ChrisCotillo) July 17, 2022

Sale Missed all of 2020 and most of 2021 after undergoing Tommy John , then the Ribcage thing and other “ Assorted Setbacks” hit him before the liner by Hicks in the bottom of the first yesterday afternoon. 

Nate Eovaldi tonight. Nick Pivetta tomorrow. Chris Sale on Sunday. Time for the #RedSox to stand-up. Make a statement before the break.#RedSox | #DirtyWater — Tyler Milliken ⚾️ (@tylermilliken_) July 15, 2022

The Sox rotation is in shambles.

Nate Eovaldi just returned after missing more than a month but, Rich Hill – Michael Wacha – Josh Winckoqwski and Connor Seabold are all on the DL. Now any normal thinking “ Chief Baseball Officer “ would be beating the bushes from viable arms to bolster this rotation. Does anyone here think The Bloomin CBO will be doing any of that ? Nah me either.

Chris Sale's hand all wrapped up with a splint in the dugout #RedSox #WBZ — Joe Giza (@JoeGiza) July 17, 2022

As always you can follow / give me grief on Twitter @Tmurph207 

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