White Sox executive vice president Kenny Williams says Chris Sale would be held out of the opener with a broken right foot, clearing the way for Jeff Samardzija to start in his place.
White Sox executive vice president Kenny Williams says Chris Sale would be held out of the opener with a broken right foot, clearing the way for Jeff Samardzija to start in his place. File photo by Paul Sancya The Associated Press
White Sox executive vice president Kenny Williams says Chris Sale would be held out of the opener with a broken right foot, clearing the way for Jeff Samardzija to start in his place. File photo by Paul Sancya The Associated Press
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Chris Sale won’t pitch opening day for White Sox; Royals still undecided

March 12, 2015 02:00 AM

UPDATED March 12, 2015 12:16 AM

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