Star Red Sox player Chris Sale was hospitalized after Game 1 of the ALCS this weekend.
Even though the Red Sox lost 7–2 to the Astros during his less-than-stellar performance, it was what happened after the game that really scared Sox fans. (RELATED: Former Red Sox Star Makes Bold Prediction About The ALDS [WATCH])
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The star pitcher was reportedly rushed to Massachusetts General Hospital for a reported stomach condition that left him weak and dehydrated following Game 1 this weekend. (RELATED: Two Die-Hard Red Sox Fans Find Lost Fenway Banner. Watch How They Reacted)
“LHP Chris Sale reported a stomach illness today and was admitted to MGH for observation this afternoon. He will be kept overnight for evaluation and any further updates will be released when available,” the Red Sox official Twitter account informed its fans Sunday afternoon.
#RedSox LHP Chris Sale reported a stomach illness today and was admitted to MGH for observation this afternoon. He will be kept overnight for evaluation and any further updates will be released when available.
— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) October 15, 2018
Red Sox manager Alex Cora assured the media that Sale’s condition is “nothing serious,” but they would be taking precautions nonetheless.
Alex Cora said Chris Sale’s trip to the hospital for a stomach ailment was “nothing serious” from what he understood, and he hopes he joins the team in Houston after staying overnight.
— Rustin Dodd (@rustindodd) October 15, 2018
Sale is expected to make a full recovery. He likely won’t be expected to pitch again until Game 5 on Thursday.