Chicago White Sox versus LA Angels Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The Chicago White Sox will continue their weekend series when they face the LA Angels in a Major League Baseball game to be played on Friday night. The White Sox and Angels will begin from Anaheim May 17th at 10PM Eastern Time and you can watch it live over the MLB Extra Innings Channel.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home club LA Angels favored by -117 odds with the take back on the road underdog Chicago White Sox is lined at +107 odds. The run total is lined at 7 runs. Those who wager on the LA Angels on the money line and laying the -1 ½ runs will get back +170 odds. Bettors who choose to take the +1 ½ runs head start with the road underdog Chicago White Sox will lay -200 odds for a run line wager.

The pitching matchup for Friday night will be left hander Chris Sale taking the hill to face the veteran lefty C.J. Wilson. Chris Sale is having a nice year as the White Sox hurler has a record of 4-2 in his eight starts with an ERA of 2.88 and low WHIP of 0.94. His last start was back on May 12th and earned the victory in a 3-0 home decision against the LA Angels. Sale threw a complete game nine innings and allowed no runs and just one hit. He came within a base hit given up to Mike Trout of pitching a perfect game. C.J. Wilson has a mark in the 2013 season of 3-2 with an ERA of 3.88 and WHIP of 1.54. He was the hard luck loser in the Sale one hit game on Sunday as the Angels hurler allowed just three earned runs and six hits in 6 2/3rd innings of work. Wilson has allowed three earned runs or less in seven of his eight starts on the season. The Angels woes this season has come in their pitching department. They rank 29th and second to last in all of baseball in team ERA and WHIP.

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