Video: Chris Sale Injured His Pitching Hand After Being Struck By A Hard Line Drive Vs Yankees

Chris Sale has suffered another injury. In only his 2nd start of the season during the 1st inning of today’s game against the New York Yankees, Sale suffered an injury to his pitching hand after being hit by a hard line drive. Sale was hit in the hand by a come-backer from Aaron Hicks at 106.7 miles per hour in the first inning. He immediately walked off the field and was diagnosed with a broken pinky finger on his left hand. He will certainly be placed back on the injured list. It is not known at this time if he will be able to play again this season, but if he requires surgery that is normally a 6-8 week recovery time.