Chicago White Sox versus Boston Red Sox Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The Chicago White Sox and Boston Red Sox will meet in the final game of their four game series over national television on Thursday night. First pitch from Fenway Park in Boston is scheduled for 7PM Eastern Time and MLB Network will air this game on TV.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker have the home club Boston Red Sox favored by -140 odds with the return on the Chicago White Sox at +130 odds. The run total is lined at 10 ½ runs. Those wagering on the Boston Red Sox on the run line and laying the -1 ½ runs will get back +130 odds for their bet. Bettors who choose to take the +1 ½ runs with the Chicago White Sox will have to lay -150 odds for their run line wager. First five inning betting enthusiasts will find the Boston Red Sox favored by -135 odds with the return on the road underdog Chicago White Sox at +115 odds. The over under from this contest is set at 5 ½ runs after a full five innings of play.

The Boston Red Sox have won two of the three games thus far played in this series. Boston has dominated the seven games played between these clubs in the 2012 season with five wins.

Tonight’s pitching matchups will feature Jose Quintana for the White Sox as he will oppose Clay Buchholz for the Red Sox. Since moving from the bullpen to a starter’s role. Quintana had held up well in this role with a record of 4-1 and ERA of 2.60. He needs to bounce back from a bad outing on July 13th as he allowed the Kansas City Royals five earned runs and eight hits over five innings and took a no decision. Two starts back the left hander allowed one earned run and two hits over eight innings to Texas. The 2012 campaign has been kind to right hander Clay Buchholz fortune for the Red Sox. The Boston hurler has an ERA of 5.54 and is one of the luckiest pitcher in all of Major League Baseball with a record of 8-3 because the Red Sox average 6 ½ runs per game in his starts.

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