Chris Sale returns on Thursday

Ed Zurga

The White Sox have announced that Chris Sale will be starting tomorrow against the Yankees. Also, the Condor Zone gets an addition.

The White Sox have announced on Twitter that Chris Sale will start Thursday's game against the Yankees.  No moves have been announced yet, but it is most likely that either Scott Carroll or Hector Noesi will be sent down to Triple-A Charlotte to make room.

This continues the changing message involving Sale's trip to the DL. When he was sent to Charlotte, we were told that he would be getting in two starts at Charlotte.  Sale seemed to throw a wrench in that plan by striking out eleven over four innings in his first start. He joined the White Sox on Monday in Kansas City instead and threw another bullpen session on Tuesday.

Right now, Sale will be bumping Noesi from his scheduled turn in the rotation on Thursday.  Whether that means that Noesi is getting skipped, bumped to Friday in Chicago, or bumped to Friday in Charlotte is something we'll find out tomorrow.

Along with the news of Sale's return, the "K Zone" (aka The Condor Nest) is also getting expanded to add another section.

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