Too little, too late from Chris Sale to help save Red Sox’ season, but late rally to win eases sting for one night
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Sale was sharp for most of his five-inning outing despite needing 90 pitches. He struck out seven, walked only one, and all three hits allowed were singles. The Red Sox offense came to life in the eighth to score the tying and go-ahead runs.

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