WATCH: Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale goes ballistic after being pulled out from WooSox game in epic meltdown

Chris Sale was caught on video trashing Triple-A clubhouse after a rough rehab start.

Chris Sale
Chris Sale
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When fans thought Boston Red Sox pitcher, Chris Sale has gone past his worst days, his latest antics suggest otherwise. He was caught on camera being ever so frustrated as he destroyed the dugout after being pulled out from a minor rehab game on Wednesday. Moreover, this particular pitcher who is recovering from a fractured rib cage struggled big time in the team’s latest showdown.

Chris Sale struck out five, he also walked five, including a bases-loaded walk in the third. Despite the command issue, Sale proclaimed himself to be ‘very ready’ to battle it out in the big league against the top guns. Talking about the result of the spoken-off showdown, WooSox lost to the Wilkes-Barre RailRiders, who are AAA affiliates of the resilient New York Yankees 4-2.

However, this is not the first time when Chris Sale has caught the eye of the public with such a negative reform. Back in 2016, when he was with the Chicago White Sox, Sale was so adamant about not wearing the throwback uniform that he decided to cut the rest of the team’s uniform. As a result of which, he was eventually suspended for five games.

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Chris Sale destroys dugout after epic runway meltdown

Chris Sale
Chris Sale

The 33-year-old left-hander has thrown just 42 2/3 innings for the Red Sox since the end of the 2019 season. After which he missed all of 2020 recovering from Tommy John’s surgery. To talk about his most recent performance, pitching for the Worcester Red Sox against the Railriders, Sale left after throwing 72 pitches in 3 2/3 innings and allowing one run on three hits.

To add to his misery, a fan at Polar Park even decided to record a video of Sale destroying the property whilst walking off the mould and into the clubhouse. He can be seen ripping items off the wall, with a large pile of debris at his feet. It is indeed shocking to know that the funky left-hander has made four minor league rehab starts.

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Despite his outrageous antics on Wednesday, hopes to make a return sooner rather than later in the major league. From what it seems, Chris Sale has a long way to go before he gets into the books of manager Alex Cora yet again.

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