Chris Sale out for the rest of the season after injuring his wrist in a cycling accident

Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale is out for the remainder of the season after injuring his wrist in a bicycling accident, the team said Tuesday. It’s just, you know, it stinks,” Red Sox baseball manager Chaim Bloom said. In a statement, the Red Sox organization said Sale “had suffered an open reduction and internal fixation of a fractured right distal radius (wrist)” on Monday at Newton. -Wellesley Ambulatory Surgery Center in Wellesley. Sale was injured in a cycling accident on Saturday. “(Sale) took his bike out to lunch near home and hit something coming down a hill. I flew off the bike,” Bloom said. He will miss the rest of the 2022 season but should be ready for the start of spring training in 2023, the team said. “It’s really a shame. I mean, we’re relieved it’s not worse, obviously. You know, it was a pretty rough time and very glad it wasn’t worse,” Bloom said. “But it was such a bad luck streak for him and obviously for us. a hand injury occurred during Sale’s second start after returning from a rehab stint with the WooSox. The 33-year-old left-hander broke a rib while training alone during the major league lockdown.

Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale is out for the remainder of the season after injuring his wrist in a bicycling accident, the team announced Tuesday.

“We have to send people to go find whoever has a Chris Sale voodoo doll and then get it back. It’s just, you know, it stinks,” Red Sox baseball manager Chaim Bloom said.

In a statement, the Red Sox organization said Sale “underwent open reduction and internal fixation of a right distal radius (wrist) fracture” Monday at Newton-Wellesley Ambulatory Surgery Center in Wellesley.

Sale was injured in a bicycle accident on Saturday.

“(Sale) took his bike out to go to lunch near his house and hit something going down a hill. I flew off the bike,” Bloom said.

He will miss the rest of the 2022 season but should be ready for the start of spring training in 2023, the team said.

“It’s really a shame. I mean, we’re relieved it’s not worse, obviously. You know, it was a pretty rough time and very glad it wasn’t worse,” Bloom said. “But it’s been such a bad luck streak for him and obviously for us.”

Sale was recovering after surgery for a broken finger, an injury he sustained after being hit by a line drive while facing the Yankees on July 17.

The hand injury occurred during Sale’s second start after returning from a rehab stint with the WooSox. The 33-year-old left-hander broke a rib while training alone during the major league lockdown.

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