http://www.espn.com/fantasy/basebal...0723/mlb-fantasy-baseball-daily-notes-july-23 Once again, Chris Sale's last pitch of a game was as nasty as his first. Sale struck out Calhoun to complete a sixth scoreless inning Friday night in the Boston Red Sox's 6-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels. It marked Sale's 200th strikeout of the season in his 20th start, putting the ace lefty in a class with Nolan Ryan, Randy Johnson and Pedro Martinez -- Hall of Famers all -- as the only pitchers to fan that many hitters in 20 or fewer starts. But Sale's dominance is even more historic. He has reached 200 strikeouts in only 141⅓ innings, fewer than any American League pitcher in a season, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Johnson did it in 143 innings in 1995, and Martinez got to 200 in 147 innings in 1999.