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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
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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


Tags: MLB Cleveland Indians Chicago White Sox Rob Veno




MLB Handicapper Free Play: Chicago White Sox at Toronto Blue Jays

08.15.2012     11:41 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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Chicago WS (Floyd) -105 at Toronto (Romero) O/U 8.5
Recommendation: Chicago


It's not hard to make a case for betting against Blue Jays starter Ricky Romero these days.  Romero has lost each of his last eight decisions, with a 7.26 ERA since his last win, at Miami back in June. Romero has repeatedly struggled with his control, ranked #4 in all of baseball with 77 walks so far this season.  And the White Sox hit lefties hard, scoring more runs per game against southpaws than they do against righties.

It’s not hard to make a case for betting against the Blue Jays either.  Toronto has been riddled with injuries, slumping for weeks.  Jose Bautista, Brett Lawrie, Adam Lind and JP Arencibia are all on the DL right now, and Colby Rasmus has been sidelined with a groin injury.  They’ve lost 12 of their last 16 games thanks to an offense that can’t hit, scoring three runs or less 12 times in that 16 game span.

And it’s not hard Read more


Tags: MLB Chicago White Sox Toronto Blue Jays Teddy Covers




MLB Gambling News: Sale returns for White Sox, t-minus till his elbow falls off

08.06.2012     06:55 AM     Printer Friendly
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Kansas City (Mendoza) at Chicago WS (Sale) -220 O/U 8.5

We find it rather humorous to go back and revisit the timeline of the Chris Sale Project. Back in early May, he had a tender elbow and the White Sox decided it best to move him to the bullpen. That experiment lasted about two weeks. Next there was the reduction in sliders thrown. Then there were the now infamous late May/early June starts in which someone thought it would be wise to allow Sale to throw 115 and 119 pitches in back-to-back outings. So here we are on August 6 with Sale making his first start in nine days. Prior to the rest, Sale was smacked around in back-to-back games. And a Read more


Tags: MLB Chicago White Sox Kansas City Royals




MLB Betting Notes: White Sox call up rookie Hernandez vs. Boston

07.18.2012     07:38 AM     Printer Friendly
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Chicago WS (Hernandez) at Boston (Doubront) -165 O/U 11

Chicago lefty Pedro Hernandez will make his MLB debut tonight in Boston. Hernandez has been in the minors since 2007. In 80.2 IP at Double- and Triple-A this season, he accumulated 48 strikeouts and 19 walks.


“He and [Jose Quintana] were in the same role [during spring training],’’ manager Robin Ventura said. “You kind of hope to catch lightning twice, really.’’






Tags: MLB Chicago Whites Sox Boston Red Sox




MLB Betting News: White Sox send Humber to the mound vs. Red Sox

07.17.2012     08:26 AM     Printer Friendly
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Chicago WS (Humber) at Boston (Lester) -170 O/U 10

The Chicago White Sox welcome back Philip Humber (elbow) back the DL.

Humber since April 21 Perfect Game: 53 IP, 62 hits, 28 BBs, 47 Ks, 12 HRs, 7.47 ERA


"It's not fun being on the sidelines,'' Humber said. "I'm excited to get back. There's been a lot of hard work to get back and ready to help the team win.''

"In a rehab situation the main thing is to be healthy and build arm strength but at the same time it's nice to have a good performance, especially the last one to leave yourself with a nice taste in your mouth,'' Humber said. "Hopefully it's something to build off of coming back here.''






Tags: MLB Chicago White Sox Boston Red Sox




MLB Gambling News: Texas' Harrison continue to produce ace-like numbers

07.05.2012     05:52 AM     Printer Friendly
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Texas (Harrison) -130 at Chicago WS (Quintana) O/U 10

If you were going to name a mid-season pitching MVP for the Rangers, Matt Harrison would be at the top of the list. With all of the injuries to the rest of the staff, Harrison has done nothing but take the ball 16 times and put up these rock solid numbers: 11-3, 3.16 ERA, 1.24 WHIP. And he's hardly doing it with smoke and mirrors. As FanGraphs points out, prior to David Price's start against the Yankees yesterday, check out his numbers matched up against Harrison's over the last two years:

Harrison: 291 IP, 3.31 ERA, 3.48 FIP, 3.86 xFIP, 6.8 WAR
Price: 329 IP, 3.31 ERA, 3.35 FIP, 3.31 xFIP, 6.7 WAR




Tags: MLB Texas Rangers Chicago White Sox




MLB Handicapping: White Sox send Humber to DL, recall Axelrod

06.23.2012     07:17 AM     Printer Friendly
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Milwaukee (Wolf) at Chicago WS (Axelrod) -125 O/U 9.5

Add Chicago's Philip Humber to our list of starting pitchers on the DL. The way he was throwing of late, it may not be that big of a loss. In his place, at least for today, will be Dylan Axelrod. Axelrod made one spot start back in early May (4.1 IP, 2 ER at Detroit) and since then has been pitching in Triple-A (3.18 ERA, 68 IP, 66 Ks).




Tags: MLB Chicago White Sox Milwaukee Brewers




MLB Betting News: White Sox decide to cart Floyd out for another start

06.20.2012     07:40 AM     Printer Friendly
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Chicago Cubs (Wells) at Chicago WS (Floyd) -175 O/U 10

The Chicago White Sox are apparently going to give Gavin Floyd another chance. Floyd has a 10.38 ERA over his last six starts and hasn't had a quality outing since May 11. According to well-respected pitching coach Don Cooper, Floyd's problems stem from a lack of command.


"It's not about stuff. Everyone in the league has stuff," Cooper said by phone from Los Angeles where the White Sox play the Dodgers Friday night on Comcast SportsNet. "You've got to command it more. You've got to pitch, and he's not commanding at the level he needs to command to put himself in a better position to win the game. That's what it comes down to."

"He's got enough fastball. He's got enough curve ball. He's got a major league slider, a major league changeup," Read more



Tags: MLB Chicago White Sox Chicago Cubs




MLB Handicapper Free Pick: Chicago Cubs at Chicago White Sox

06.19.2012     08:26 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Chicago Cubs (Wood) at Chicago WS (Peavy) -200 O/U 8.5
Recommendation: Over


With yesterday's wind pattern (right-to-left and gusty) we saw seven home runs and 15 runs at Chicago's Cellular Field. With a similar forecast projected for tonight, I think we can expect more than a few balls to leave the yard. Jake Peavy has allowed a modest eight home runs in nearly 90 innings – a very fortunate stat considering his fly ball rate is around 67%. For a pitcher to be that heavy towards the fly ball, his HR/FB rate should be well north of 10% instead of 6.8%. His rate is slightly higher at home (9.4%) but I still feel that he's going to have issues pitching in this park with temperatures on the rise and his innings starting to mount. Chicago's Travis Wood hasn't been very impressive this year (4.58 ERA) despite a handful of favorable matchups (at Minnesota, at San Francisco, vs. San Diego, at Houston). This may be his most difficult start of the season as the White Sox like to hit the Read more


Tags: MLB Chicago Cubs Chicago White Sox Andrew Lange



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