The Boston Red Sox can breathe a sigh of relief.Ace left-hander Chris Sale has been released from the hospital after being admitted with a stomach illness Sunday. He will rejoin the team in Houston ahead of Game 3 of the American League Championship...
by: N/A — ESPN Boston: Red Sox Blog 6m
After being hospitalized with a stomach issue, Chris Sale was released from the hospital and is expected to be with the Red Sox for the rest of the postseason.
by: AP — Fox Sports 30m
Red Sox ace LHP Chris Sale released from hospital, cleared to rejoin team in Houston
by: Red Sox – CBS Boston — CBS Boston 46m
Chris Sale will rejoin the Red Sox in Houston on Tuesday after spending the night in the hospital.
by: Robert Criscola — Metro News 52m
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by: Lauren Campbell — NESN 1h
On Sunday, longtime NESN cameraman John Martin passed away at the age of 51 after a two-year battle with ALS, his wife Adrienne announced on her Facebook page Monday morning. Martin spent 19 years …
Chris Sale update: Red Sox ace released from hospital, set to rejoin team before ALCS Game 3 - CBSSports.com
by: R.J. Anderson — CBS Sports 1h
Sale's availability heading forward is unknown
by: Chris Cotillo | MassLive.com — Mass Live 1h
Sale spent Sunday night at Mass. General Hospital after coming down with a stomach illness.
by: Sean Deveney — Sporting News 1h
The Red Sox aren’t just trying to win a championship, they’re trying to avoid a trip into history’s dustbin.
by: Steve DelVecchio — Larry Brown Sports 2h
The Boston Red Sox received some troubling news on Sunday when starting pitcher Chris Sale was admitted to the hospital with a stomach issue, but it does not sound like the left-hander will be forced to miss his scheduled playoff start because of it. On..
by: N/A — MLB: Red Sox 2h
HOUSTON -- Fittingly, the journey that J.D. Martinez is on as he tries to win a World Series for the first time in his career will take him to Minute Maid Park this week. Martinez and the Red Sox come to town tied, 1-1, in this American League...
ALCS: Astros needed Games 1 and 2 as much as Red Sox, because Dallas Keuchel, Charlie Morton are dicey in Games 3 and 4
by: ryan.hannable — WEEI: Full Count 2h
Here's how Game 2 put the Red Sox in the driver's seat in the American League Championship Series: it robbed the Astros of their greatest advantage.