The Chicago White Sox (48-73) serve as underdogs on the moneyline (+104) in Friday’s contest against the Colorado Rockies (46-75). The game starts at 8:40 PM ET on SportsNet RM. The White Sox are favored against the spread in this one (1.5) with +147 odds.
Colorado’s Peter Lambert and Chicago’s Michael Kopech have been named the starters for this contest.
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Rockies and White Sox Betting Trends
The Rockies have won four of the 14 games they were the moneyline favorite this season (28.6%).
Colorado has a record of 2-5 when playing as moneyline favorites with odds of -123 or shorter (28.6% winning percentage).
This season, the White Sox have been the underdog 85 times and won 29, or 34.1%, of those games.
Chicago has a record of 24-47 in games where oddsmakers have it as underdogs of at least +104 on the moneyline.
The Rockies have played in 121 games with an over/under set, and have combined with their opponents to go over the total 52 times (52-67-2).
The White Sox’s games have gone over the total in 53 of their 120 chances.
Rockies Stats & Insights
The Rockies rank 21st in runs scored with 517, 4.3 per game.
Colorado ranks 23rd in MLB play with 121 home runs. They average one per game.
The Rockies have the 18th-ranked batting average in the league (.248).
Colorado’s batters strike out 9.5 times per game, the 28th-most in MLB.
The pitching staff for the Rockies has a collective 7.2 K/9, the worst in MLB.
Colorado’s 5.52 team ERA ranks 29th across all MLB pitching staffs.
White Sox Stats & Insights
The White Sox are among the lowest scoring teams in the league, ranking 26th with just 498 total runs (4.1 per game) this season.
Chicago has hit 131 homers this season, which ranks 21st in the majors.
The White Sox rank 24th in MLB with a .237 team batting average.
Chicago ranks 19th in MLB in strikeouts per game with an average of 8.9 Ks per contest.
The White Sox have a 9.6 K/9 this season as a staff, which is best in baseball.
Chicago pitchers have a combined ERA of 4.59 ERA this year, which ranks 22nd in MLB.
Rockies Key Players to Watch
The Rockies will send Lambert (2-4) out to make his seventh start of the season. He is 2-4 with a 5.46 ERA and 51 strikeouts in 59 1/3 innings pitched.
Ryan McMahon is batting .252 this season with a team-high 20 home runs and 62 RBI.
Jurickson Profar has 97 hits and an OBP of .320 to go with a slugging percentage of .370 this season.
Ezequiel Tovar’s batting average of .262 leads all Colorado hitters this season.
Elias Diaz is batting .259 with an OBP of .314 and a slugging percentage of .405 this season.
White Sox Key Players to Watch
The White Sox will send Kopech (5-10) to the mound for his 23rd start this season.
Luis Robert paces the White Sox in home runs (32), runs batted in (66) and has racked up a team-high batting average of .273.
Andrew Vaughn is batting .251 with 24 doubles, two triples, 15 home runs and 30 walks.
Andrew Benintendi has 27 doubles, a triple, two home runs and 41 walks while hitting .271.
Yasmani Grandal has 12 doubles, eight home runs and 31 walks while batting .239.
Rockies and White Sox Injuries
Rockies: Kris Bryant: 10 Day IL (Finger), Matt Carasiti: 15 Day IL (Shoulder), Chase Anderson: 15 Day IL (Shoulder), German Márquez: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Ryan Feltner: 60 Day IL (Skull), Antonio Senzatela: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Ryan Rolison: 60 Day IL (Undisclosed), Lucas Gilbreath: 60 Day IL (Elbow)
White Sox: Seby Zavala: 10 Day IL (Oblique), Garrett Crochet: 15 Day IL (Shoulder), Liam Hendriks: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Romy Gonzalez: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Matt Foster: 60 Day IL (Forearm), Eloy Jiménez: day-to-day (Groin)