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Paul Sullivan: The Chris Sale trade is looking better these days for the White Sox

Chris Sale gets to feel some love this weekend when the former White Sox ace returns to the South Side with the Red Sox.

Sale is scheduled to start the second game of a four-game series Friday at Guaranteed Rate Field, seeking his first win of 2019 in a mouth-watering matchup against Reynaldo Lopez, who is coming off a 14-strikeout game against the Tigers.

Following a brutal first month

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