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  • Chris Sale's potential. Just how good will he be?

    Sale has tremendous stuff. I'm wondering how good you guys think he will be?
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    Hall of Fame talent but it is way too early to know
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    Solid starter, 3.25 ERA, 125 OPS+ (end of career stats)
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    Who is Chris Sale again?
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    Originally posted by 3and2Fastball View Post
    Sale has tremendous stuff. I'm wondering how good you guys think he will be?
    he has great potential. great stuff and already good control and low BB rates.

    what worries me a little is that he was rested some days due to a "sore elbow". If I heard it correctly they said it was on the inside of the elbow. we all know what that means...
    but if he can stay healthy (some muscles on his thin body might help protecting his arm) I think he can become a very special pitcher.

    BTW: you seem to mix up OPS+ and ERA+ (already did that in the sheets thread)
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      Tonight will be a big test for Chris Sale vs the Rangers. Every time I see him pitch I think he's gonna blow his arm out.

      I'm not trying to compare Chris Sale to Randy Johnson but does anyone know if Johnson was as skinny as Sale at the same age?
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