Chicago White Sox versus Texas Rangers Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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Two first place teams will meet in the Lone Star State as the Chicago White Sox concludes their three game series with the Texas Rangers on Sunday night. The White Sox and Rangers will begin from Texas at 7PM Eastern Time and the MLB package is where you can watch it live nationally.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker have the home club Texas Rangers favored by -150 odds with the return on the road underdog Chicago White Sox lined at +135 odds. The run total is lined at 10 ½ runs. Those who bet the run line on the Texas Rangers and lay the -1 ½ runs will get back +130 odds. Bettors who choose to receive the +1 ½ runs head start with the Chicago White Sox will have to lay -150 odds. First five inning line bettors will find Texas as -145 betting favorite with the White Sox return at +145 odds. The run total after playing five full innings is currently set at 5 ½ runs.

The Chicago White Sox have won all two games leading up to the series final tonight. The defeated Texas 9-5 on Friday night and came in with a 5-2 win last night. In their three game series at home to Texas beginning July 3rd the swept all three games against the Rangers which included a 19-2 win to begin the set. This adds up to five straight victories by the White Sox against the Texas Rangers. The pitching matchup today will feature Gavin Floyd a right hander going for the White Sox as he will oppose right hander Scott Feldman for the Rangers. Floyd carries a season ERA approaching five and Feldman near six. The White Sox are hitting the baseball very well as the club has averaged nearly 6 ½ runs per game over their past seven games. They have played in extremely hot weather during this period aiding their offense as the ball flies off the bat playing in the heat of the summer. Floyd gave up four earned runs and three homers to Texas in his start against them on April 8th. Feldman has given up 13 earned runs in his past 20 innings pitched against the White Sox.

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