Here's a video by Chris Sale about melting down a dugout in scrap equipmentEnglish 

Here’s a video by Chris Sale about melting down a dugout in scrap equipment

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Sale allowed one run but walked five batters in a 4-2 loss.

Chris Sale pitches for Worcester on Wednesday. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff

The Red Sox lost to the Rays 7-1 on Wednesday. Starting pitcher Brayan Bello, making his Major League debut, allowed four runs on six hits while striking out two in four innings of work.

Boston begins a four-game series against the Yankees tonight (7:10 p.m.) at Fenway Park.

Also tonight, the first round of the NHL draft begins at 7 p.m. Currently, the Bruins do not have a first round pick.

Chris Sale’s crash after the start: After his last (and likely final) rehab start for the Worcester Red Sox, Chris Sale expressed exactly what he thought of his performance in a flash of frustration.

Caught on video, Sale β€” who allowed one run in 3.2 innings but walked five batters while struggling with his command over 72 pitches β€” could be seen destroying equipment in the team tunnel after he left the game.

The video, shared by NBC10 reporter Alysha Palumbo, shows Sale’s reaction after he was pulled from the game in the fourth inning after walking the bases.

Afterwards, Sale walked back out to the dugout and sat quietly with his teammates.

After the game, he gave a harsh assessment of his performance.

“Pffffff. It’s not good,” Sale said. “I was just fishing today… Nothing to hang your hat on, that’s for sure.”

Still, Sale β€” who struck out five batters and touched 97 mph with his fastball β€” said he’s “very ready” to return to the Major League level after four rehab starts. He did not play for Boston this season due to a stress fracture in his right rib cage, as well as a subsequent medical issue, according to the team.

“I know there were a few hiccups today, but it’s nothing that can’t be ironed out,” he explained.

“I just want to be a part of it,” Sale added. “I want to get back to my job and pull my weight.”

Trivia: Chris Sale won the 2018 World Series for the Red Sox by striking out which player?

(Answer at the bottom).

Hint: He played for the Orioles, Dodgers and Padres in his career.

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Alex Cora’s thoughts on Brian Bell’s debut: After the game, Cora explained what he told Bell.

“I grabbed him and said, ‘Hey man, you’re a big leaguer,’ just like I tell everybody and how important they are to us,” Cora said afterward. “He gave me a big smile.”

“He actually thought he’d be out at five, but I thought that was enough,” Cora continued. “[At 79] fields, first start in the big league, it was a lot of hard work. We’ll see what we do next. Just happy he was able to get out there and enjoy this. He’s obviously disappointed with the results, but at the end of the day, he’s a big leaguer and we’re proud of him.”

The Red Sox and Mets are teaming up for All-Star votes on social media: Both teams share a common message vote for the other’s All-Star tournament finalists.

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