The Boston Red Sox (76-79) are -166 favorites when they take on the Chicago White Sox (59-96) on Sunday at 1:35 PM ET. Rafael Devers has 98 RBI on the season and will hope to hit his milestone 100th once the game begins at Fenway Park, live on NESN.
Kutter Crawford starts for Boston while Mike Clevinger is Chicago’s starter for the contest.
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The Red Sox have won 51.4% of the games this season when they were the moneyline favorite (37-35).
Boston has gone 13-9 (winning 59.1% of its games) when playing as moneyline favorites of -166 or shorter.
The White Sox have been underdogs in 108 games this season and won 35 (32.4%) of those contests.
Chicago has entered 32 games this season as the underdog by +141 or more and is 9-23 in those contests.
The Red Sox have combined with opponents to go over the total 81 times this season for an 81-71-2 record against the over/under.
Games involving the White Sox have gone over the total set by bookmakers in 69 of 153 chances this season.
Red Sox Stats & Insights
The Red Sox have the No. 9 offense in baseball scoring 4.9 runs per game (752 total runs).
Boston is 17th in MLB play with 178 home runs. They average 1.1 per game.
The Red Sox’s .261 batting average is third-best in MLB.
Boston’s 8.4 strikeouts per game rank 12th in the majors.
The Red Sox pitching staff ranks 11th in the majors with a collective nine strikeouts per nine innings.
Boston has a 4.57 team ERA that ranks 20th among all MLB pitching staffs.
White Sox Stats & Insights
The White Sox have scored 627 runs (just four per game) this season, which ranks 28th in MLB.
Chicago’s 165 home runs rank 21st in Major League Baseball.
The White Sox have a team batting average of .239 this season, which ranks 24th among MLB teams.
Chicago ranks 19th in strikeouts per game (8.7) among MLB offenses.
The White Sox have a 9.4 K/9 this season as a pitching staff, fourth-best in baseball.
Chicago has pitched to a 4.93 ERA this season, which ranks 26th in baseball.
Red Sox Key Players to Watch
Crawford makes the start for the Red Sox, his 22nd of the season. He is 6-7 with a 4.12 ERA and 121 strikeouts through 118 2/3 innings pitched.
Devers leads Boston in home runs with 33 and runs batted in with 98.
Justin Turner has 149 hits and an OBP of .348 to go with a slugging percentage of .462 this season.
Masataka Yoshida’s batting average of .288 leads all Boston hitters this season.
Alex Verdugo is batting .264 with an OBP of .325 and a slugging percentage of .424 this season.
White Sox Key Players to Watch
Clevinger (8-8) will take the mound for the White Sox, his 23rd start of the season.
Luis Robert leads the White Sox in home runs (38), runs batted in (80) and has put up a team-high batting average of .264.
Andrew Vaughn is batting .262 with 29 doubles, two triples, 20 home runs and 35 walks.
Andrew Benintendi is batting .263 with 33 doubles, two triples, five home runs and 51 walks.
Eloy Jimenez has 21 doubles, 17 home runs and 29 walks while hitting .271.
Red Sox and White Sox Injuries
Red Sox: Triston Casas: 10 Day IL (Shouder), Luis Urías: 10 Day IL (Calf), James Paxton: 15 Day IL (Knee), Joely Rodriguez: 15 Day IL (Hip), Corey Kluber: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Kaleb Ort: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Zack Kelly: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Jarren Duran: 60 Day IL (Toe), Wyatt Mills: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Adalberto Mondesi: 60 Day IL (Knee), Wilyer Abreu: day-to-day (Hand)
White Sox: Michael Kopech: 15 Day IL (Knee), Gregory Santos: 15 Day IL (Elbow), Jimmy Lambert: 15 Day IL (Ankle), Liam Hendriks: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Romy Gonzalez: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Matt Foster: 60 Day IL (Forearm)