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Monday 7/26/2021Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  +130

+1.5  -150



CHI WHITE SOX (59 - 40) at KANSAS CITY (42 - 55)
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Monday, 7/26/2021 8:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
911CHI WHITE SOX+100Ov 9,-110-115Ov 9.5,-115
912KANSAS CITY-110Un 9,-110+105Un 9.5,-105
CHI WHITE SOX - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games59-40+5.748-465.00.2530.3300.4160.7473.80.2270.2920.3740.667
Road Games24-23-1.527-185.10.2500.3270.4060.7334.30.2430.3180.3820.700
vs Left-handed Starters19-8+7.313-145.90.2730.3450.4570.8023.50.2200.2800.3530.633
Past 7 Games3-4-2.23-23.30.2090.2740.3670.6414.60.2370.3160.4520.768
Grass Games59-40+5.748-465.00.2530.3300.4160.7473.80.2270.2920.3740.667
Night Games35-23+6.530-235.40.2580.3280.4300.7583.80.2270.2890.3790.668
CHI WHITE SOX - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games5.00.2530.330993226817170191060.4164663718674168270634961
Road Games5.10.2500.327471595399959450.4062281834391632238332425
Lefty Starters5.90.2730.34527906247517340.457152100236818315131424
CHI WHITE SOX - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.181.300307.71591432804612036318-16271662.8%
Road Games4.061.384155.3767014321721855-1113765%

KANSAS CITY - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games42-55-9.746-444.20.2450.3030.3930.6965.10.2600.3370.4330.770
Home Games25-24-1.126-214.80.2620.3220.4200.7435.10.2650.3270.4250.751
vs Left-handed Starters14-14+1.712-153.90.2530.3040.4020.7064.40.2430.3050.3930.698
Past 7 Games5-2+3.12-45.00.2420.2970.4240.7214.30.2420.3060.3310.637
Grass Games41-53-9.445-424.30.2470.3050.3960.7025.20.2630.3380.4390.776
Night Games24-31-4.133-214.60.2550.3090.4140.7235.40.2610.3410.4390.780
KANSAS CITY - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.20.2450.303973219789141181000.3933872657866162760577829
Home Games4.80.2620.3224916204258414480.4202191433723432824344014
Lefty Starters3.90.2530.30428924234503270.40210068222211841617247
KANSAS CITY - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.681.389376.62021963385718539217-17221362.9%
Home Games4.271.306198.39794182307720314-612763.2%
CHI WHITE SOX - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
7/16/2021CEASE(R)HOUSTONMCCULLERS JR.(R)1-7L+1159 unU3301091
7/17/2021GIOLITO(R)HOUSTONODORIZZI(R)10-1W-1109 unO1280320
7/18/2021RODON(L)HOUSTONVALDEZ(L)4-0W-1358 unU760110
7/19/2021LYNN(R)MINNESOTAJAX(R)2-3L-2207 unU470771
7/19/2021LOPEZ(R)MINNESOTABERRIOS(R)5-3W+1057.5 unO411410
7/20/2021KEUCHEL(L)MINNESOTAOBER(R)9-5W-1359.5 evO970882
7/21/2021CEASE(R)MINNESOTAPINEDA(R)2-7L-1509 unP10801162
7/23/2021GIOLITO(R)@ MILWAUKEEPERALTA(R)1-7L1157.5 ovO580880
7/24/2021RODON(L)@ MILWAUKEEBURNES(R)1-6L1157 evP653660
7/25/2021LYNN(R)@ MILWAUKEEWOODRUFF(R)3-1W1457.5 evU740890

KANSAS CITY - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
7/16/2021DUFFY(L)BALTIMOREAKIN(L)9-2W-1559.5 unO1590651
7/17/2021SINGER(R)BALTIMORELOPEZ(R)4-8L-1559.5 unO9701170
7/18/2021HERNANDEZ(L)BALTIMOREHARVEY(R)0-5L-14510 unU692890
7/20/2021MINOR(L)@ MILWAUKEEANDERSON(L)5-2W1409.5 unU671980
7/21/2021KELLER(R)@ MILWAUKEELAUER(L)6-3W1709 ovP1190652
7/23/2021BUBIC(L)DETROITPERALTA(R)5-3W-12010.5 ovU541860
7/24/2021HERNANDEZ(L)DETROITMIZE(R)9-8W-14010 ovO1171761
7/25/2021LYNCH(L)DETROITSKUBAL(L)6-1W-10510 evU820850
CHI WHITE SOX: He's Here: Manager Tony La Russa, RHP Liam Hendriks, RHP Lance Lynn, OF Adam Eaton, C Jonathan Lucroy.
He's Outta Here: Manager Rick Renteria, DH Edwin Encarnaci'n, C James McCann, RHP Alex Colom', 2B Yolmer Sanchez, LHP Gio Gonzalez, CF Jarrod Dyson, RHP Dane Dunning, RF Nomar Mazara.
Projected Lineup: SS Tim Anderson (.322, 10 HRs, 21 RBIs), CF Luis Robert (.233, 11, 31), 1B Jos' Abreu (.317, 19, 60, AL MVP), 3B Yo'n Moncada (.225, 6, 24), LF Eloy Jim'nez (.296, 14, 41), C Yasmani Grandal (.230, 8, 27), DH Andrew Vaughn (.278, 6, 36 at Arizona Rookie League and Class A Kannapolis and Winston-Salem in 2019), RF Adam Eaton (.226, 4, 17 with Washington), 2B Nick Madrigal (.340, 0, 11).
Rotation: RH Lucas Giolito (4-3, 3.48 ERA, 97 Ks, 28 BBs), LH Dallas Keuchel (6-2, 1.99), RH Lance Lynn (6-3, 3.32, 84 IP with Texas), RH Dylan Cease (5-4, 4.01, 44 Ks, 34 BBs), LH Carlos Rodon (0-2, 8.22) or RH Reynaldo L'pez (1-3, 6.49).
Key Relievers: RH Liam Hendriks (3-1, 1.78, 14/15 saves, 37 Ks, 3 BBs in 25 1/3 IP with Oakland), LH Garrett Crochet (0-0, 0.00, 8 Ks, 0 BBs in 5 appearances), RH Michael Kopech (1-1, 5.02 in 4 starts in 2018), LH Aaron Bummer (1-0, 0.96), RH Evan Marshall (2-1, 2.38), RH Matt Foster (6-1, 2.20), RH Codi Heuer (3-0, 1.52).
Outlook: The White Sox made the playoffs for the first time since 2008 and ended a run of seven losing seasons last year. Now, they're aiming for the biggest prize of all. Chicago loaded up in the offseason while other teams were cutting expenses, hoping to bring home its first World Series championship since 2005 and only the second since 1917. The club made an eye-opening change in the dugout when it brought back Hall of Famer and three-time champion La Russa to take over for Renteria. The move came 34 years after the White Sox fired La Russa, who went on to win a title with Oakland and two more with St. Louis. But he hasn't filled out a lineup card since the Cardinals won the World Series in 2011. Something else to watch: How will he relate to a vibrant, fun-loving team? That wasn't the only big move the White Sox made. They added arguably the game's best closer when they signed Hendriks to a $54 million, three-year deal. The Australian was on the mound when Oakland knocked off Chicago in their wild-card series. The White Sox also acquired Lynn from Texas, adding a workhorse starter to go with Giolito and Keuchel. The hard-throwing Kopech is back following Tommy John surgery in 2018 that sidelined him for the following season and a decision to opt out in 2020. The lineup ' anchored by AL MVP Abreu and 2019 major league batting champion Anderson ' is deep. And fans will get a chance to see them in person, at least on a limited basis. The White Sox and crosstown Cubs got the green light from the city to allow spectators with capacity capped at 20% ' 8,122 at Guaranteed Rate Field and 8,274 at Wrigley Field.
KANSAS CITY: He's Here: LHP Mike Minor, 1B/DH Carlos Santana, OF Andrew Benintendi, RHP Wade Davis, RHP Ervin Santana, CF Michael A. Taylor, RHP Carlos Sanabria, 2B Hanser Alberto.
He's Outta Here: LF Alex Gordon, OF Franchy Cordero, RHP Ian Kennedy, 3B Maikel Franco, RHP Glenn Sparkman, RHP Matt Harvey.
Projected Lineup: RF Whit Merrifield (.282, 9 HRs, 30 RBIs, 12 SBs), SS Adalberto Mondesi (.256, 6, 22, 24 SBs), C Salvador Perez (.333, 11, 32), DH Jorge Soler (.228, 8, 24), 1B Carlos Santana (.199, 8, 30, 47 BBs with Indians), 3B Hunter Dozier (.228, 6, 12), LF Andrew Benintendi (.103, 0, 1 in 14 games with Red Sox), CF Michael Taylor (.196, 5, 16 with Washington), 2B Nicky Lopez (.201, 1, 13).
Rotation: RH Brad Keller (5-3, 2.47 ERA), LH Danny Duffy (4-4, 4.95), LH Mike Minor (1-6, 5.56 with Rangers and Athletics), RH Brady Singer (4-5, 4.06), LH Kris Bubic (1-6, 4.32).
Key Relievers: RH Josh Staumont (2-1, 2.45), RH Scott Barlow (2-1, 4.20), RH Tyler Zuber (1-2, 4.09), LH Jakob Junis (0-2, 6.39), RH Greg Holland (3-0, 1.91, 6 saves), RH Kyle Zimmer (1-0, 1.57), RH Wade Davis (0-1, 20.77 with Rockies).
Outlook: The first wave of college arms that the Royals drafted a few years ago started to arrive last season with Singer and Bubic showing promise in the rotation. They could soon be joined by LHP Asa Lacy, the No. 4 overall pick last summer, and fellow first-rounders LHP Daniel Lynch and RHP Jackson Kowar. If all those youngsters are able to show progress on the mound, the Royals could return to .500 and perhaps compete for a playoff spot given the investment GM Dayton Moore made in the rest of the roster. He signed Santana, a longtime AL Central nemesis, to handle first base, and swung a three-team trade for Benintendi. Throw in the signings of veteran pitchers Minor and Davis, and the Royals are deeper and more talented than they have been at any point since going to back-to-back World Series in 2014 and '15 and beating the New York Mets in 2015 to win their second championship.

Last Updated: 9/23/2021 2:42:42 PM EST

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