Chris Sale shut down the Rangers on Tuesday and earned his 10th victory of the season, giving up just one run on five hits over 7 1/3 innings.
Sale walked one and struck out four in the game. He pitched into the eighth inning, allowing a leadoff single to Mike Napoli and inducing a groundout before giving way to the bullpen. Napoli would eventually come around to score, and was the only run charged against Sale on the evening. The flame-throwing 23-year-old lefty now boasts a 10-2 record and shiny 2.19 ERA. He was originally scheduled to start Sunday, but the White Sox will utilize the All-Star break to give him some extended rest.