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MLB Betting Free Pick: Oakland A's at Chicago White Sox

06.06.2013     10:56 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Oakland (Straily) -130 at Chicago WS (Quintana) O/U 8
Recommendation: Oakland


Oakland enters Chicago red hot having gone 16-3 over their last 19 games. They’ve won six consecutive series including their just completed two of three at Milwaukee where they outscored the Brewers 19-7. Everything is clicking right now for the A’s as evidenced by their +44 run differential (91-47) during this stretch. The offense has an outstanding .383 OBP, the starters own a 2.44 ERA and 1.01 WHIP while the bullpen has recorded 3 wins, 8 saves, 10 holds, 2.40 era and 1.11 WHIP. Oakland catches a break in this series opener since the White Sox were involved in a 5 hour 42 minute, 16 inning affair in Seattle yesterday. Aside from the extra innings and the long flight, Chicago’s bullpen is almost completely blown out for this contest. Chi Sox starter Jose Quintana has averaged a shade over 5.2 innings per outing this season and has completed seven full just once in his eleven starts. Last Read more



Tags: MLB Oakland A's Chicago White Sox Rob Veno




MLB Gambling News: White Sox-Mariners marathon kicks under bettors in the nuts

06.06.2013     06:41 AM     Printer Friendly
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In case you missed it, last night's Chicago-Seattle game was hilarious. For starters, no one scored a run until the 14th inning when the White Sox exploded for five runs – a feat they hadn't accomplished in a game since May 26. So up 5-0 heading into the bottom of the 14th, you'd figure this one was over. But we're talking about mid-June baseball and two crappy teams so obviously something crazy was about to take place. Sure enough, the Mariners scored a run, got a bunch of dudes on, and Kyle Seager hit a grand slam to tie the game 5-5. According to FanGraphs, the Mariners had a 0.1% (probably less) of winning after Nick Franklin flied out for the first out in that 5-run 14th. Anyway, fast forward to the 16th, the Sox plated two runs and held on for a 7-5 victory. Note that Chicago closer Addison Reed, who allowed all five runs, also pitched the 15th and 16th innings. Despite never pitching more than an inning in an appearance this season, Reed impressively struck out the side in that final frame – and probably won't throw again for Read more



Tags: MLB Chicago White Sox Seattle Mariners




MLB Handicapper Free Play: Chicago White Sox at Seattle Mariners

06.03.2013     11:52 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Chicago WS (Danks) at Seattle (Saunders) -110 O/U 7.5
Recommendation: Under


Offensive struggles are real concerns for each of these teams right now. Chicago has scored three runs or less in 10 of its last 13 games while Seattle has totaled 17 runs over its last six contests. For the White Sox, lack of offense has been a season long issue but things were even more magnified yesterday when they had to go without their hottest hitter over the past week and a half, Paul Konerko, due to a stiff neck. He’s listed as day-to-day but figures to try and give it a go tonight. Gordon Beckham also could return to the lineup after a stint on the DL (hand injury) and a recent rehab assignment but the Sox are being very cautious with him. No matter who plays tonight, they figure to have trouble with Mariners lefty Joe Saunders who has pitched to incredible home/road splits thus far. In Safeco, Saunders owns a 3-1 record, 2.41 ERA and 1.04 WHIP while on the road he’s 0-4/9.00/2.06. His last Read more



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MLB Gambling Free Pick: Chicago White Sox at Seattle Mariners

06.03.2013     07:06 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Chicago WS (Danks) at Seattle (Saunders) -115 O/U 7.5
Recommendation: Seattle


The fact that I am throwing support Joe Saunders’ way should give you a good idea of how little confidence I have in John Danks right now. Danks of course is coming off shoulder surgery and missed an entire year. In two starts since his return, the lefty has allowed six earned runs and three home runs in 10 innings against Miami and the Cubs. His average fastball in those two outings was around 88 mph and there are rumbling that at the young age of 28, Danks will need to use his “guile” rather than “stuff” to survive at the MLB level moving forward. Saunders has that whole home/road dichotomy thing working and to a certain degree it makes sense he’s had more success at home in a more pitcher friendly environment. He’s still a sub-par American League arm in my book but if I’m going to trust him, it’ll be at Safeco against a weak-hitting lineup like the Read more



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MLB Handicapper Free Play: Chicago White Sox at Oakland A's

06.02.2013     07:45 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Chicago WS (Sale) at Oakland (Parker) -110 O/U 7
Recommendation: Under


Despite having a start skipped and another cut short due to rain, all indications point towards Chicago's Chris Sale being good to go for this afternoon's start in Oakland. And so long as he's close to being 100 – I doubt the White Sox would risk their prized possession – we're talking about one of the top left-handed arms in all of baseball. He faces an Oakland offense that after leading the AL in runs for the month of April (by 20) has come crashing down to earth with .235/.318/.696 splits for the month of May. Oakland's Jarrod Parker has pitched much better of late with four straight quality starts. If you look at his seasonal starts, it was tough sledding against offenses like Cleveland, Baltimore, and Detroit. But against more modest competition, he's been effective. And the reason I bring that up is today's opponent may be the weakest offense Parker has faced all season. Kansas City hasn't hit the Read more



Tags: MLB Oakland A's Chicago White Sox Andrew Lange




MLB Gambling Alert: Wind blowing out at Wrigley for White Sox-Cubs

05.30.2013     08:04 AM     Printer Friendly
Chicago WS (Peavy) -112 at Chicago Cubs (Wood) O/U 11

Looks like the wind will be blowing out at Wrigley for this afternoon's White Sox vs. Cubs matchup. Oddsmakers opened with a total of 12 but is has since been bet down to 11. Totals of 11 or higher at Wrigley dating back to 2010 are 13-13 O/U.

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MLB Betting News: Chicago's John Danks makes his return

05.24.2013     07:59 AM     Printer Friendly
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Miami (Koehler) at Chicago WS (Danks) -175 O/U 7.5

Chicago's John Danks is only 28 years old yet as he prepares to make his first start in over a calendar year the consensus is that Danks will need to reinvent himself in order to survive at the MLB level. The Chicago Tribune essentially said Danks is going for the Mark Buehrle 2.0 look. Velocity isn't as vital coming from the left side but bouncing back from shoulder surgery is no easy task. We strongly recommend bettors take a wait-and-see approach.


"His cut fastball was effective against right-handed hitters, and he also used it against lefties," Phegley said. "He also mixed in his curve and changeup.

"He threw his curve for strikes, although he wasn't completely satisfied with it at times. His changeup always has been a big pitch for him, and he was very

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Tags: MLB Chicago White Sox Miami Marlins




MLB Handicapping: Chicago White Sox feel turnaround is coming

05.08.2013     12:19 PM     Printer Friendly
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It's been a rough start to the season for the Chicago White Sox who ranks dead last in the American League in virtually every offensive category. One unnamed scout hinted that it may be time to look towards the future. The team however points out that they had the same 13-17 record through 30 games last year but ended up with 85 wins and were in first place of the Central Division for much of the summer. The pitching has held up (3.51 ERA) but with Gavin Floyd done for the season, Jake Peavy missing starts due to back problems, and unknowns about John Danks' future, in our opinion, 85 wins is extremely optimistic.


"If we were a bad team, we would probably have single-digit wins right now," said first baseman Paul Konerko. "We could be in a lot worse spot."

"That's really not a very good lineup," said one scout who sees the White Sox frequently. "I don't think they're very good. They might need to tear it down."







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MLB Gambling Free Pick: Chicago White Sox at Kansas City Royals

05.04.2013     11:01 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Chicago WS (Axelrod) at Kansas City (Guthrie) -145 O/U 7.5
Recommendation: Kansas City


The Royals aren’t in first place by accident; a “bet on” team in early season play.  Ned Yost has seen his bats come alive over the last week – they’ve plated eight runs or more four times in their last seven games.  Royals starter Jeremy Guthrie is riding a streak of 16 consecutive starts without a loss, and KC is 14-2 in those 16 outings; a strong under-the-radar angle. 

Guthrie has owned the White Sox.  In four starts against Chicago last year, he allowed a grand total of one earned run in 29.2 innings of work.  He shut down the White Sox again in his lone previous start against them this year as well, throwing six innings of one run, nine strikeout ball.  And the surprisingly effective KC bullpen (ranked #4 in the majors in ERA) behind him is rested and ready off back-to-back rainouts.

White Sox manager Robin Read more



Tags: MLB Kansas City Royals Chicago White Sox Teddy Covers




MLB Handicapper Free Pick: Cleveland Indians at Chicago White Sox

04.24.2013     10:15 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Cleveland (McAllister) at Chicago WS (Quintana) -135 O/U 7.5
Recommendation: Under


I’ve never really found a true read on starting pitchers who have their scheduled day to throw altered by one because of a postponement. Handicapping for clients now 21 years, it seems results are random and scattered to the extent that you could back-fit any stance you take on this infrequent situation. In this contest, the early numbers scream a little too loud to ignore as each starting pitcher is off to a fast start and the opposing lineups are currently dismal. The starters, Zach McAllister for the Tribe and Jose Quintana have already dominated these lineups once this season. McAllister sawed through the ChiSox order over 6.1 innings 11 days ago allowing five hits, zero walks and 1 earned run while striking out six in a 9-4 victory. Meanwhile, Jose Quintana who has been brilliant all around thus far put the clamps on Cleveland the previous day throwing seven, one hit innings and posting a 7/0 Read more



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