MLB Odds, Picks, Predictions for White Sox vs. Tigers: Sharp Action Hitting Monday’s Moneyline in Detroit
Steph Chambers/Getty Images. Pictured: Carlos Rodon #55 of the Chicago White Sox.
White Sox vs. Tigers Odds
|White Sox Odds||-242|
|Time||6:40 p.m. ET|
The Chicago White Sox are trying to finish the season strong as they prepare for their big postseason push in October.
Chicago is .500 over its last 10 games, including disappointing losses to the Los Angeles Angels and Texas Rangers. The White Sox head into Comerica Park to take on the Detroit Tigers, who have won seven of their last 10 games heading into Monday night.
Detroit’s pitching and defense have been top-notch as of late, with the Tigers holding five opponents to three or fewer runs over their solid 10-game stretch.
Right-hander Matt Manning will be on the mound for the Tigers. Manning has a 4-6 record and a 5.75 ERA. He’s playing a bit better at home but wasn’t extremely efficient in his last outing against the White Sox.
On July 4, Manning gave up seven hits and two earned runs over 2 2/3 innings against Chicago.
The White Sox will be tossing left-hander Carlos Rodón on the mound, who is a stellar 12-6 with a 2.38 ERA on the season. Rodón’s last outing against Detroit was great, as he gave up one hit and one earned run over seven innings in a 4-1 Chicago win.
All signs are pointing to the White Sox taking care of business to get a relatively easy win on Monday evening.
Despite the AL-Central leaders being a heavy favorite, there is still value to be found in backing the White Sox to win, as showcased in our latest PRO Report.
MLB Picks: White Sox vs. Tigers
The moneyline for White Sox vs. Tigers on Monday night opened up at White Sox -227.
The line moved to White Sox -210 on Sunday evening around 10:45 p.m. ET before settling at a consensus of Chicago -242 as tracked by two Action Labs Bet Signals.
PRO Report Pick: White Sox -242 (-225 at BetMGM)