BOSTON — Chris Sale will go sleeveless underneath his Boston Red Sox jersey for Game 1 of the ALCS despite temperatures expected in the 40s here Saturday at Fenway Park. The Astros and Red Sox will start their best-of-seven series at 8:09 p.m. Sale starts opposite Justin Verlander. The Red Sox ace never wears sleeves. “I think we got the right guy on the mound tonight,” Red Sox manager Alex Cora said. “He really doesn’t care about, like — he’ll go out there without sleeves because he promised somebody in Chicago that he will never wear sleeves, which I don’t understand.” Cora described playing in cold weather is “very uncomfortable.” “It’s hard to play the game when you don’t feel your hands,” Cora said. “And you get jammed or hit one off the end of the bat and you will not feel your hands for a while. And that’s tough.” It’s not as tough in October though. “It’s amazing how baseball players complain of cold weather in April and May and when October comes, for some reason it really doesn’t matter,” Cora said. That’s the postseason effect.