At Fenway Park on Friday, the Chicago White Sox (11-13) begin a three-game series versus the Boston Red Sox (10-16), at 7:10 PM ET. On the hill for the Red Sox will be Nathan Eovaldi (1-0), opposed by the White Sox’s Vince Velasquez (1-2). The Red Sox are moderate favorites on the moneyline (-165) at home over the White Sox (+145).
White Sox at Red Sox Game Lines: Moneyline, Spread, Total Runs
White Sox at Red Sox Probable Starting Pitchers
Nathan Eovaldi (RHP)
Vince Velasquez (RHP)
First Bet Insurance
Up to $1,100 First Bet Insurance
Weekly Odds Boosts
Use Promo Code:
UP TO $1,050 FREE
New User Bonus. T&Cs Apply.
NBA Playoffs Promo: Bet $5 Win $150 PLUS $50 Free On Deposit PLUS Up to $1,000 Deposit Bonus
Click Play Now White Sox Five Hottest Batters (Last 10 Games)
White Sox Record Splits
White Sox vs Red Sox Recent Results
3 – 7
5 – 5
Runs Per Game
Runs Allowed Per Game
White Sox Betting Tips
The White Sox were named the moneyline underdog for one Velásquez start this season — they lost.
Chicago was named the moneyline underdog by oddsmakers just one time over the last 10 games, and lost that matchup.
Over their last 10 outings, the White Sox and their opponents combined to hit the over on the total three times.
The White Sox have lost all five of the games they have been the moneyline underdog this season.
Chicago has not yet played as a moneyline underdog of +145 or longer.
The White Sox have a 40.8% chance to win this matchup based on the moneyline’s implied probability.
Red Sox Betting Tips
Eovaldi’s team has a record of 2-1 this season when he starts and they are the favorite on the moneyline.
In four games as the favorite over the last 10 matchups, Boston has a record of 1-3.
In their previous 10 games with a total, the Red Sox and their opponents have combined to clear the over/under on five occasions.
The Red Sox have been victorious in six, or 50%, of the 12 contests they have been chosen as favorites in this season.
Boston has played as a favorite of -165 or more just one time this year and came away with a loss in that game.
The moneyline set for this matchup implies the Red Sox have a 62.3% chance of walking away with the win.