Chicago White Sox Odds

Latest betting lines on White Sox to win World Series

The Chicago White Sox had a breakthrough season in 2020, finishing 35-25 in the shortened slate and making the playoffs for the first time since 2008.  And they are in the thick of the World Series chase now after acquiring Craig Kimbrel and others at the trade deadline.

The White Sox don’t yet have an official sportsbook partner like the Chicago Cubs, which is affiliated with DraftKings. Is a White Sox partnership in the pipeline? That remains to be seen. But for now, Illinoisans can still bet on White Sox games at any of the sports betting apps in Illinois.

From the latest Sox World Series odds to player and team futures, first five betting and more, here’s your guide to betting on the White Sox. We’ll provide live odds and bonus offers from Illinois sportsbooks during the 2021 season.

White Sox odds: Moneyline, run line, futures

The White Sox (85-66) will play the Cleveland Indians (74-76) in a four-game series at Progressive Field beginning Thursday, Sept. 23. 

Our odds tool makes it easy to find the best available Sox odds and betting lines for each game with the latest numbers from multiple books. Check our daily MLB game odds and click on any odds to start getting your bet down.

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Rules for betting on the White Sox in Illinois

People can bet on the moneyline (who’s going to win or lose), run total and spread. The points spread for baseball games is typically 1.5, with varying juice on either side.

Rules will vary based on the sportsbook, but they have that much in common.

They will also offer specific player props.

For some examples, let’s say the Sox are facing the Twins. They are pitted as -120 moneyline favorites, +150 on the -1.5 spread, and the run total is nine.

If the White Sox win 6-4, they would sweep all three of those bets.

Sportsbooks also offer various player props, such as a specific batter hitting a home run or a pitcher striking out a certain number of batters.

For instance, let’s say Lucas Giolito’s strikeout over/under is 6.5. If he strikes out at least seven hitters, the over will cash.

The Sox don’t have an exclusive betting partner at the moment, but if they get one, that sportsbook might offer White Sox-specific promotions.

White Sox 2021 schedule

The White Sox opening day was April 8 against the Kansas City Royals.

Check out the full White Sox schedule here. Here is where you’ll find the Sox in August:

Aug. 31-Sept. 1vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
Sept. 3-5at Kansas City Royals
Sept. 7-9at Oakland Athletics
Sept. 10-12vs. Boston Red Sox
Sept. 14-16vs. Los Angeles Angels
Sept. 17-19at Texas Rangers
Sept. 20-22at Detroit Tigers
Sept. 23-26at Cleveland Indians
Sept. 28-29vs. Cincinnati Reds
Oct. 1-3vs. Detroit Tigers

About Guaranteed Rate Field

Here’s everything you need to know about the home of the White Sox, Guaranteed Rate Field:

  • Location: Chicago
  • Owner: State of Illinois
  • Capacity: 40,615
  • Dimensions: Left field – 330 ft.; Left-center – 375 ft.; Center field – 400 ft.; Right-center – 375 ft.; Right field – 335 ft.
  • Surface: Grass
  • Ground Breaking: May 7, 1989
  • Opening Date: April 18, 1991
  • Construction Cost: $137 million

White Sox COVID protocols

Guaranteed Rate Field is open at 100% capacity. Sox COVID protocols are still in place. As of Aug. 30, 2021, face masks are required, regardless of vaccination status.

How to contact the White Sox; buy Sox game tickets

You can contact the Chicago White Sox sales office number is 1-312-674-1000. The Sox box office is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and closed on the weekends. You can purchase White Sox tickets during gameday hours, online at the White Sox website or by calling 1-866-SOX-GAME.

How did the White Sox do last season?

It was only a 60-game season, but Chicago recorded its highest winning percentage since 2005, the year it won the World Series.

The Sox lost to the A’s in the rubber match of a three-game Playoff series. Chicago entered the Playoffs as the No. 7 seed, but it had the best record in the American League in early September before slumping to end the year.

Jose Abreu, Tim Anderson, Dallas Keuchel and Luis Robert led the team in WAR.

Team records

Here is Chicago’s regular-season record for every year over the last decade.

  • 2020: 35-25 (Lost in AL Wild Card Round)
  • 2019: 72-89 (Missed Playoffs)
  • 2018: 62-100 (Missed Playoffs)
  • 2017: 67-95 (Missed Playoffs)
  • 2016: 78-84 (Missed Playoffs)
  • 2015: 76-86 (Missed Playoffs)
  • 2014: 73-89 (Missed Playoffs)
  • 2013: 63-99 (Missed Playoffs)
  • 2012: 85-77 (Missed Playoffs)
  • 2011: 79-83 (Missed Playoffs)

Stats leaders

Here are some important stats from core position players over the last two seasons. Keep in mind that the 2020 season was only 60 games.

Tim Anderson.335, 18 HR, 56 RBI.322, 10 HR, 21 RBI
Jose Abreu.284, 33 HR, 121 RBI.317, 19 HR, 60 RBI
Yoan Moncada.315, 29 HR, 75 RBI.225, 6 HR, 24 RBI
Eloy Jimenez.267, 31 HR, 79 RBI.296, 14 HR, 41 RBI
Yasmani Grandal .246, 28 HR, 77 RBI (Brewers).230, 8 HR, 27 RBI
Luis RobertN/A.233, 11 HR, 31 RBI

Here are Lucas Giolito and Dallas Keuchel’s stats over the last two years. We’re only highlighting them because the rest of the Chicago rotation is in flux.

Lucas Giolito14-9, 3.41 ERA, 228 Ks4-3, 3.48 ERA, 97 Ks
Dallas Keuchel8-8, 3.75 ERA, 91 Ks (Braves)6-2, 1.99 ERA, 42 Ks

Key additions, losses

The White Sox have hired La Russa as manager, and also traded for stud pitcher Lance Lynn from the Texas Rangers.

They signed old friend Adam Eaton from the Washington Nationals.

The White Sox lost fan favorite James McCann in free agency to the New York Mets, and had to trade promising young starter Dane Dunning for Lynn.

How to watch, stream and listen to White Sox games

Games air on TV on NBC Sports Chicago. NBC has a partnership with PointsBet, so prepare to see plenty of PointsBet in conjunction with Sox broadcasts next year.

Their radio rights are in flux, but last season, games aired on AM WLS 890. That is likely to change in 2020, and ESPN 1000 is reportedly making a strong push.

With a subscription, fans can also stream the games on

The White Sox will play at least 81 games at Guaranteed Rate Field, located on the south side of Chicago. Fans are allowed back in stadiums again.

Fans can place mobile action on games at any of Illinois’ online sportsbooks before heading to Guaranteed Rate to see the outcome in person.

History of Chicago White Sox

The White Sox are famously known as the Second City’s second team, but they have a rich history in their own right. Here’s the breakdown:

  • Established: 1900
  • Retired Numbers: 2, 3, 4, 9, 11, 14, 16, 19, 35, 42, 56, 72
  • Seasons: 120
  • Record: 9318-9240 (.502)
  • Playoff Appearances: 10
  • Pennants: Six
  • World Championships: Three
  • Winningest Manager: Jimmy Dykes, 899-940 (.489)

Chicago White Sox FAQ

Who owns the team?

Jerry Reinsdorf owns the White Sox. He purchased the team from Bill Veeck in 1981 after the infamous “Disco Demolition Night” promotion.

The Comiskey family owned the White Sox for 56 years starting in 1900, hence the former name of the stadium, “Comiskey Park.”

How much are tickets?

Prices vary depending on the game, date and seat, but tickets run anywhere from $5 to over $100.

The White Sox had the eighth-most expensive tickets in baseball, on average, in 2019. Their city counterparts, the Cubs, ranked sixth.

How many World Series have the Sox won?

Three, in 1906, 1917 and 2005.

Much had been made about the Cubs’ World Series draught, but the White Sox went 87 years without winning a championship. Led by manager Ozzie Guillen, Chicago only lost one game in the 2005 postseason.

The Sox have only made the playoffs twice since winning the World Series in ’05.

How much is the franchise worth?

The White Sox are worth $1.65 billion according to Forbes. That ranks 14th among MLB franchises.

The Atlanta Braves and the Texas Rangers occupy the two spots ahead of the White Sox, while they are trailed by the Toronto Blue Jays and Seattle Mariners.

Reinsdorf originally purchased the team for just $19 million in 1981.

How many White Sox players are in the Hall of Fame?

Seventeen players who played at least five seasons with the White Sox are in the Hall of Fame.

Among the most noteworthy are Luke Appling, Luis Aparicio, Nellie Fox, Carlton Fisk, Frank Thomas and Harold Baines. Baines was the most recent induction in 2019.

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