Texas Rangers at Chicago White Sox - 6/11/22 MLB Picks and Prediction
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Chicago White Sox (26-29) vs Texas Rangers (26-30)
Game Info: Saturday, June 11, 2022 at 2:10 pm (Guaranteed Rate Field)
Lucas Giolito (4-2) (3.54) vs Martin Perez (4-2) (1.56)
Betting Odds: Chicago White Sox -161 / Texas Rangers +120 --- Over/Under: 8.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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The Texas Rangers and Chicago White Sox face off on Saturday in an MLB showdown at Guaranteed Rate Field. In the first game of this series, it was the White Sox that secured the 8-3 victory.
The Rangers come into this game with a 26-31 record overall and they have lost two games in a row. Over the last two games, the Rangers have only scored three runs total, and they need to get the offense going here. Overall the Rangers are averaging only 4.18 runs per game which is 20th in baseball. There are eight different players who have driven in at least 16 runs, but outside of that, the next highest is seven.
On the other side of this matchup is the White Sox who sit with a 27-29 record overall and their biggest issue has been inconsistency. Two games ago against the Dodgers the pitching really struggled giving up 11 runs. Overall the White Sox’s offense has been an issue averaging only 3.78 runs per game which is 27th best in baseball. Jose Abreu has hit seven home runs and driven 23 RBIs. This is a team that had expectations of a long playoff run this season, and although that can happen, they are going to need to find a way to turn around their season quickly.
On the mound for the Rangers is Martin Perez who sits with a 4-2 record and an ERA of 1.56. In his last start against the White Sox, he went six innings giving up seven hits and two runs.
On the mound for the White Sox is Lucas Giolito who sits with a 4-2 record and an ERA of 3.54 In his last start against the Rays he went six innings giving up eight hits and five earned runs.
Perez has been strong all season for the Rangers, and the White Sox are averaging only 3.78 runs per game. Giolito gave up five runs in his last start, and the Rays are going to find success here scoring. Back the Rangers on the money line. This is a very strong play.
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