ESPN "Six years can go by quickly. That's the time it takes for the largest flying bird in the world, the condor, to go from chick to full maturity. The Chicago White Sox turned over their entire roster between 2010 and 2016. It was on May 8, 2010, that a lanky, junior left-hander for Florida Gulf Coast..." May 24
MLB.com "Chris Sale only ever wanted to do one thing: “To out-stuff people,” he says. The method was simple. “It means, ‘I’m gonna max out, I’m gonna throw the living crap out of every pitch, and that’s how I’m gonna beat you,’” says Don Cooper, who is now in his 15th season as the White Sox’ pitching..." May 19
The Score "When Chris Sale takes the hill, the Chicago White Sox just can't seem to lose, and that trend continued Friday, when the left-hander dominated the New York Yankees with a 99-pitch complete-game performance in the White Sox's 7-1 victory. Sale now leads all of baseball with eight wins, and..." May 14
Chicago Sun-Times "It bothers Chris Sale that performance-enhancing drugs are still an issue in major league baseball. The White Sox ace left-hander loves the game too much to see its integrity compromised, where users have an unfair advantage over those who don’t. “I just hope that we can eventually get to where..." May 01
Chicago Tribune "No offense to the prediction-makers of the world, but Chris Sale doesn't care what you see in his future, even if it's an American League Cy Young Award. The White Sox pitcher said from the start of spring training that his focus is on helping his team make the playoffs. So as he geared up for..." April 04
CSN Chicago "Rick Hahn’s voicemail box has a few new inquires about Chris Sale’s availability. Rival general managers shouldn’t hold their collective breath waiting for a return call. Even though the perception exists they may entertain a trade for Sale, multiple baseball sources confirmed that the White..." March 21
The Score "Chris Sale continues to show his support for the LaRoche family. On Friday, three days after Adam LaRoche decided to retire following Kenny Williams' request to dial back how much time his son, Drake, spends in the clubhouse, Sale hung jerseys for the veteran designated hitter and his..." March 18
ESPN "With two Adam LaRoche jerseys hanging at his locker -- one signed by LaRoche's son, Drake -- Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale said Friday that he and his teammates were lied to by executive Kenny Williams. The jersey signed by Drake LaRoche had the message: "Chris thank you for taking care of..." March 18
The Score "Chris Sale has Adam LaRoche's back. On Wednesday, after Chicago White Sox president Ken Williams acknowledged asking LaRoche to dial back how much time his son, Drake, spends in the clubhouse, Sale reportedly "lit up" Williams in a contentious meeting between players and management, according..." March 17
MLB.com "Chris Sale is a four-time All-Star. Sale holds the White Sox record for strikeouts in a season. Sale is a no-hitter waiting to happen. But the White Sox ace's resume clearly was missing one distinct honor: Being the subject of the MLB.com Holiday Q&A. That issue has been rectified in 2015, with..." December 24
CSN Chicago "If ever there’s an opportunity for another general manager to try and pry Chris Sale away from Rick Hahn and the White Sox, it could be now. Hahn returned to Chicago on Thursday morning after several days of “robust” discussions as the GM meetings at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. In what has..." November 16
Boston Globe "Dave Dombrowski reportedly made the rounds at the GM meetings, querying almost every team for available players. One name that’s cropped up: White Sox ace Chris Sale. The reliable lefty has averaged 197 inning in the last four seasons, and in 2015, he finished with a 3.14 ERA and a career-high..." November 13
ESPN Chicago "The White Sox's strikeout record lasted 107 years, until Chris Sale finally toppled the mark Friday. With his third strikeout of the night against the Detroit Tigers, Sale reached 270 for the season, passing the previous club record of 269 set by Ed Walsh in 1908. Walsh set his record in 464..." October 03
The Sports Post "In a two-team baseball town, clubs are often reluctant to trade with each other, fearing the potential repercussions if one bests the other. In Chicago, that premise especially holds true with fans of both the Cubs and White Sox. I think I have a trade that works out for both teams, though I’m..." July 29
The Score "After watching staff ace Chris Sale unload 115 pitches at Wrigley Field on Saturday afternoon, Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura said he'd prefer the 26-year-old not pitch Tuesday at the All-Star Game in Cincinnati. American League manager Ned Yost, however, convinced Ventura to..." July 13
ESPN Chicago "As Chris Sale gets set to leave for his fourth consecutive All-Star Game, the White Sox are saying they would prefer that the ace left-hander not pitch in the Midsummer Classic. Manager Robin Robin Ventura referenced Sale's workload as a reason he would want him to sit out Tuesday's game at..." July 13
Carlos Rondon will start instead of Chris Sale on Sunday, White Sox say.
CSN Chicago "As Chris Sale bulldozed his way to tying a major league record over his last eight starts, there’s something he hasn’t done much, if at all. Shake off catcher Tyler Flowers. Sale and Flowers have as good a working pitcher-catcher relationship as you’ll find in baseball. Whatever Flowers..." July 02
Chicago Sun-Times "It has taken Chris Sale five years since he was drafted 13th overall by the White Sox to become a three-time All-Star. As for a being a big-headed superstar, well, that’s probably going to take a lot more time. In fact, it might never happen. “You can’t forget where you come from,’’..." June 09
As expected, Chris Sale dropped his appeal today and has begun serving his five-game suspension. #WhiteSox
MLB.com "The time for talking about the avulsion fracture in his right foot has come to a close for Chris Sale. "It's behind me," said Sale, speaking in the White Sox clubhouse at Kauffman Stadium prior to Wednesday night's game. "I was hurt. I'm not hurt any more. It's time to take the blinders off and..." April 09
Chris Sale scheduled for a minor league game tomorrow. Will throw 6 innings or 90 pitches.
CSN Chicago "There were as many expletives from him as words of encouragement from the pitching coach, but Chris Sale is happy with the work. The White Sox ace took another step forward in his rehab, throwing an unknown number of pitches in a Wednesday bullpen session as he prepares for “game-like” action..." March 26
CSN Chicago "Chris Sale is too valuable to rush back into action. The White Sox ruled out the possibility of their ace making his third straight Opening Day start, executive vice president Kenny Williams confirmed on Wednesday morning. Sale — who is out with an avulsion fracture on the lateral side of..." March 11
ESPN Chicago "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..." March 02
ESPN Chicago "Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale suffered a foot injury in an accident at his home and will miss at least three weeks of preparation time for the regular season. The White Sox announced the injury in a release Saturday, saying that Sale suffered an avulsion fracture to the lateral side of his..." February 28
Chicago Sun-Times "Pitchers and catchers reported to spring training on Friday, and as you’d expect after a busy and productive offseason for the White Sox front office, mood elevation was everywhere to be found. “You look at who we’ve got lining up [in the starting rotation],” ace Chris Sale said before taking..." February 21
MLB.com "The contract numbers, in terms of years and dollars, roll in for ace hurlers such as Jon Lester and Max Scherzer, and Chris Sale has the same reaction as pretty much everyone else. "My eyes bug out, my jaw drops and I'm like, 'Holy Cow,'" Sale said with a laugh on Tuesday. "But I don't need the..." January 21
Hardball Talk "I really haven’t been able to wrap my brain around the whole White Sox-Tigers sign stealing controversy from last week. Or maybe I just can’t be bothered to care. The upshot was that Chris Sale thought that the Tigers were stealing signs and there was some back and forth about it. Sale struck out..." September 30
Ausmus said Sale hitting VMart was "weak" and notion he has someone stealing signs is "ludicrous." Tigers know that was Sale's accusation.
Chris Sale and Anthony Rizzo win #ASG Final Vote.
Chicago Tribune "Another page of the calendar has turned and the White Sox find themselves at .500 and within reasonable striking distance of the first-place Tigers in the AL Central. Sunday's dominant performance by Chris Sale gave rise to more optimism as the angular lefty limited the Padres to two hits while..." June 02
CSN Chicago "Chris Sale didn’t want the conditions to affect his start. They didn’t at first but later led to his early departure in a 2-1 White Sox victory over the Cleveland Indians. Sale was outstanding again but even he couldn’t outlast a 1-hour, 58-minute rain delay in between the third and fourth..." May 28
chris sale starts tomorrow vs. the yankees, #chisox say
Chris Sale will throw in bullpen tomorrow. Played catch today. Arm is good per Ventura. Body, legs are sore. #WhiteSox
Chris Sale's rehab start has been postponed by rain, pushed back day. Doubleheader on Fri. Adam Eaton might just run around on tarp anyway.
Chris Sale (left flexor muscle strain) will pitch for AAA Charlotte Thursday at Durham. Will be his first game action in 28 days.
Chris Sale will throw again Saturday and #WhiteSox could have a plan for rehab assignment shortly after.
CBS Sports "White Sox ace Chris Sale threw a 40-pitch bullpen session on Monday, GM Rich Hahn confirmed. The lefty is currently on the disabled list with a flexor strain in his elbow. Sale, 25, is still a few weeks away from beginning a minor league rehab assignment, according to Hahn. He hopes the rehab..." May 05
MLB.com "Chris Sale played catch for a second straight day, but there's no timetable for his return. The White Sox ace, who was placed on the disabled list retroactive to April 18 with a flexor muscle strain in his left arm, is eligible to come back this weekend in Cleveland. That return does not seem..." April 29
Chicago Sun-Times "Left-hander Chris Sale is relieved and confident. Relieved that there’s no damage to the ulnar collateral ligament in his left elbow, and confident that he’ll miss only two starts and be pitching again in two weeks. “Without a doubt,’’ Sale said before the Tigers and Justin Verlander beat..." April 23
Chicago Tribune "White Sox left-hander Chris Sale will be placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strain of the flexor mass muscle in his left arm. Sale had been experiencing soreness in his arm after he threw a career-high 127 pitches in his previous start, and he underwent an MRI on Monday night. Sox..." April 22
Hardball Talk "White Sox manager Robin Ventura confirmed what everyone had already assumed Wednesday, naming ace lefty Chris Sale the club’s Opening Day starter according to Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune. Sale, the obvious choice for Ventura, boasts a spectacular 2.97 ERA, 1.10 WHIP, and 9.5 K/9 in 500..." March 10
CSN Chicago "Chris Sale missed with a fastball, and yelled out a four-letter word not fit to print. The habitually intense left-hander was only making a spring training start, but a level of frustration existed after he gave up a three-run home run to San Diego's Nick Hundley in the first inning of..." March 06
MLB.com "He isn't Clayton Kershaw. No pitcher since post-free agency Greg Maddux has been as consistently good as Kershaw while piling up the innings. You'd be asking for a cyber-beating to compare any pitcher to Kershaw. But there is a guy who got to the big leagues a little bit later, is younger and..." January 16
MLB Trade Rumors "The White Sox are looking to move a starting pitcher, according to Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports. While the Sox would love to unload John Danks' contract, they recognize how difficult that would be. Passan adds that Jose Quintana and Hector Santiago are both available. In order to move Chris Sale,..." December 10
Chicago Tribune "Chris Sale saved one game ball Saturday night — the one with which he struck out Tigers designated hitter Victor Martinez. Martinez is 12-for-22 in his career against Sale but he went just 1-for-3 against him Saturday with a double a fly out and a strikeout. The strikeout was among the seven..." September 22