Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale struck out? Toronto’s? Kevin Pillar in the second inning Tuesday night to reach 1,500 career strikeouts faster than any pitcher in major league history as Boston won, 3-0.? “It’s hard for me to fathom that a guy can record that many strikeouts in less than 1,300 innings,” Red Sox manager John Farrell said. “Really remarkable.” Even Sale (15-6), who struck out 11 and allowed three hits in seven innings, considered his achievement “pretty crazy.” “This game has been around a long time,” he said. “To do that, it’s cool. I appreciate it. I try not to get too caught up in it but I definitely take a step back and look at that and appreciate it.” Sale’s milestone, a called third strike for his third strikeout of the game, came in 1,290 innings pitched. Former Chicago Cubs ace Kerry Wood held the previous record, reaching 1,500 in 1,300 innings pitched. Sale, acquired…

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