Chris Sale cruises in victory over Rangers as Sox ace continues to re-establish himself

Just his presence on the mound, no matter how hard he’s throwing, it kind of gets you a little shaky as a hitter. In his first two big league outings since his return from Tommy John surgery, Sale (2-0, 0.90 ERA) has allowed two runs in 10 innings with one walk and 13 strikeouts. Granted, those outings have come against the Orioles and Rangers — the two worst teams (by far) in the American League, with lineups that are comparable to those he faced in his two Triple-A rehab starts.