White Sox vs. Twins MLB Odds, Picks & Predictions: How Sharps Are Betting Wednesday Afternoon’s Matchup
Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images. Pictured: Starting pitcher Lance Lynn #33 of the Chicago White Sox
Editor’s note: Lance Lynn has been scratched from this start. Reynaldo López will start in his place.
White Sox vs. Twins Odds
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*MLB Odds as of Wednesday at 10 a.m. ET
On Tuesday, the Action Network’s MLB PRO Projections identified the Twins’ moneyline as the biggest betting model of the day, a ticket that Minnesota cashed in its 4-3 win over Chicago.
Recreational bettors appear unfazed by yesterday’s result, evidenced by the insanely one-sided 93% of moneyline tickets that have already landed on Lance Lynn and the White Sox for Wednesday afternoon’s matchup in Minnesota.
So where does the value lie in Wednesday’s matchup? Is the public right to pile on Chicago to bounce back? Is Minnesota undervalued for a second straight day?
Or is the White Sox vs. Twins total the smart way to play this matchup?
Let’s take a look.
White Sox vs. Twins Pick
Tonight’s White Sox vs. Twins game is interesting from a market perspective as the line steadily climbed from its opener of +140 to +165 at PointsBet, but now we’re starting to see sharp buyback, which has pushed this number back down to +155 (click here for live MLB odds).
While there’s still a few hours until the game gets underway and plenty can happen over that span, it’s clear that steady Chicago action initially drove this line toward the White Sox, which was the exact moment when respected betting pounced on the home underdogs.
In addition to the wiseguys finding value in an inflated Twins number, one of our top MLB betting experts has also jumped on Minnesota tonight.
PRO Report Pick: Twins +155