Chris Sale Is My Eating Hero

I have long said that if someone could just do away with all the nasty effects of obesity like heart disease, diabetes, shortened life, blah blah blah, I’d be quite content to do nothing but eat non-stop all day. Turns out, Chris Sale, despite being shaped roughly like Olive Oyl, is already living that life. 

Brian Costa of the Wall Street Journal writes that on a recent flight, Sale consumed 2 ice cream sandwiches and nearly 30 bags of potato chips. And that Sale has set his sight on breaking the visiting team record of 14 Philly cheesesteaks consumed the next time the White Sox head to Philadelphia. 

Said Sale: 

"I’ll eat pretty much anything I can get my hands on most of the time," Sale said. "It just depends what kind of mood I’m in. Cheeseburgers. Pizza. Steak. Chicken. Pork chops. I love ribs. Baby back ribs."


Sale then added, “I’m not finished. Cheese. Garlic bread. Texas Toast. French Toast. American Toast. Churros. Tacos. Baby Back Ribs inside of lobster. Ice cream. The alluring taste of human flesh. Empanadas. Steak-Ums.” 

So while 18 Cuban pastries may have been the downfall of Aroldis Chapman, it appears as if that wouldn’t begin to satiate the beast known as Chris Sale. 

Really, the only thing I’m hoping for is a Chris Sale/Pablo Sandoval eating competition this offseason. Can someone make that happen? 

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