Rumors of a greatly expanded strike zone for Sale and Moore are actually unfounded and I'm guessing just speculation from someone who didn't watch the game and only saw the gaudy box score stats. Neither guy was really nibbling the corners, anyway -- lots of swinging and missing in that game.
MLB.com has a video of Sale's 15 ks and you can see that TB had no chance against him; most of his strikeouts were of the swing-and-miss variety (he actually had a total of 26[!} swinging strikes over 7.1 IP) and the ones that were looking all had the plate. His back foot slider to righties was Big Unit-esque and utterly unhittable, easily the best it's looked this year, while he changed speeds well with his heater (about 90-97) and located it well all game. He threw a good amount of changeups that, again, had a big range of speed (78-85). That's a pitch he's really starting to gain confidence in. He used to leave it up consistently, which is why he hasn't used it as much as maybe he should, but if he can command it it's almost as big a wipeout pitch as his slider and will put considerably less strain on his arm, so good news all around there. He hung two pitches, both which were hit hard, the only mistakes he made all game.
Moore was a little less impressive, if only because he gave the White Sox a number of good pitches to hit and, other than Dunn, they couldn't square them up. Konerko, especially, looked like he had a tough time picking up the movement of the ball. Still great to see his control come back and I'd definitely snatch him up if he's on the wire in your league, as long as you can take a little hit to your WHIP.
Sale's a guy I targeted in all my leagues before this season started, so I've been watching him very closely. At this point the only thing you should be concerned about as a Sale owner is his durability. All the stats point to him being a real deal stud (xFIP below 3, 9.52 K/9, 3.81 K/BB) -- he isn't accidentally dominating like Joe Saunders was -- and only his low HR/FB% should give you a little pause. But that just means when it evens out he'll merely be a top-20 stud and not a CY Young award winner.