Chicago White Sox Vs Houston Astros: Betting Odds and Matchup Stats – August 16, 2022

Written By Staff on August 16, 2022

The Houston Astros (75-42) play the Chicago White Sox (60-56), who will be trying to build on a four-game winning run, Tuesday at 8:10 PM ET at Guaranteed Rate Field. The Astros will hand the ball to Justin Verlander (15-3), and the White Sox will counter with Dylan Cease (12-5). Despite playing away from home, the Astros are at -123 to win, compared to the White Sox at +104.

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White Sox vs Astros Game Lines: Moneyline, Spread, Total Runs

White Sox vs Astros Probable Starting Pitchers

Season Stats
Justin Verlander (RHP) Dylan Cease (RHP)
21 GS 23
15-3 W-L 12-5
1.85 ERA 1.96
6.1 IP/Start 5.2
0.86 WHIP 1.142
8.9 K/9 12.2

White Sox Five Hottest Batters (Last 10 Games)

Name BA Hits HRs RBI OPS
A.J. Pollock .355 11 2 4 1.077
Andrew Vaughn .333 12 3 8 .990
Yasmani Grandal .261 6 1 2 .868
Eloy Jiménez .350 14 0 5 .795
José Abreu .342 13 0 1 .734

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White Sox Record Splits

Home Away Day Night Starting RHP Starting LHP
29-29 31-27 27-23 31-32 47-42 12-13

White Sox vs Astros Recent Results

Astros White Sox
6 – 4 Record 6 – 4
5.1 Runs Per Game 3.6
3.6 Runs Allowed Per Game 3.8
6-4-0 Record ATS 5-5-0
8.9 K/9 9.32

White Sox Betting Tips

  • The White Sox have a 3-1 record in Cease’s four starts this season when they were the moneyline underdog.
  • In the last ten games, Chicago has been named the moneyline underdog by bookmakers just one time, a game it won.
  • In their last ten outings (all 10 with set totals), the White Sox and their opponents combined to go over the run total four times.
  • The White Sox have won 46.3% of games this season as the moneyline underdog (19-22).
  • When playing as a moneyline underdog with odds of +104 or longer, Chicago has a record of 16-19 (45.7%).
  • The White Sox have an implied moneyline win probability of 49% in this contest.
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