The Chicago White Sox (6-9) will host the Kansas City Royals (5-9) Tuesday at 7:10 PM ET, with both squads on losing streaks — seven and four straight, respectively. Dallas Keuchel (1-1) is the starter for the White Sox, and Daniel Lynch (1-1) for the Royals. Oddsmakers have made the White Sox a decent moneyline favorite (-150) at home over the Royals (+130).
White Sox vs Royals Game Lines: Moneyline, Spread, Total Runs
White Sox vs Royals Probable Starting Pitchers
Dallas Keuchel (LHP)
Daniel Lynch (LHP)
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White Sox Betting Tips
Keuchel’s team won his only start as a favorite this season.
Chicago has been favored in six of its past ten games and won two of those matchups.
When it comes to the total, the White Sox and their opponents are in their last ten games.
The White Sox have been favorites in 11 games this season and have come away with the win six times (54.5%) in those contests.
These are the best odds of a victory sportsbooks have given Chicago this season, with a -150 moneyline set for this game.
The moneyline set for this matchup implies the White Sox has a 60% chance of walking away with the win.
Royals Betting Tips
The Royals were the underdog on the moneyline for two Lynch starts this season — they split the games.
Kansas City was the moneyline underdog for seven of its last ten games and finished 2-5 in those matchups.
Over their last ten outings, the Royals and their opponents combined to go over the total three times.
The Royals have gone 3-6 in games as the underdog on the moneyline (winning 33.3% of those games).
Kansas City had not won a game when it entered play as a moneyline underdog with odds of +130 or longer in three chances.
Based on this game’s moneyline, the Royals’ implied win probability is 43.5%.