The White Sox didn't exactly tear it up offensively on Monday night, managing just three runs on four hits against the Houston Astros.
Fortunately for the South Siders, it was Chris Sale's night to pitch, and three runs were more than enough.
Sale (6-2) struck out 14, walked just one and allowed but five hits in eight innings of one-run ball as the Sox defeated the Astros, 3-1. The left-hander has struck out 49 and walked but four in 30.2 innings over his last four starts.
Here's the fun fact about this recent Sale hot streak: He has struck out 12 or more batters in each of his last three outings, while allowing one run or less in all three.
This is a feat that has been accomplished only one other time in baseball since 1900. Sandy Koufax did it his last three starts of the 1965 season.
Yeah, that's pretty good company for Sale.