Cleveland vs Chicago White Sox by Sors
The left-hander surrendered three or more earned runs in four of his last six starts, including 7 hits and 7 runs, while walking three over four innings of a 5-8 loss to St. Louis on July 21.Rodon had problems in most of his previous six starts away from home in 2015, as he posted a 5.23 ERA in those six outings.
Ryan Raburn is hitting .667 (2-for-3), with 2 RBI and two walks against Rodon, Mike Aviles is 1-for-2, with a walk against him, Michael Bourn is 1-for-2, while Michael Brantley is 1-for-4, with 1 RBI.
The White Sox, who have .273 BA, with 38 runs and 10 HR from their last seven games, will face Danny Salazar (8-5 with a 3.78 ERA).
The right-hander surrendered three or more earned runs in two of his previous three starts in July, including 2 hits and 3 runs, with three walks over six innings of a 1-8 loss in Milwaukee last Tuesday.
In the point of fact, Salazar pitched well in his previous start versus Chicago, in which he gave up 5 hits and struck out eight over six innings in a 5-2 win at U.S. Cellular Field on May 21.
On the other hand, it should be noted, that he has posted a 5.09 ERA in his previous four starts against the White Sox.
Alexei Ramirez is 9-for-13, with a homer and 3 RBI against him, Jose Abreu is 3-for-8, with 2 HR, Adam Eaton is 2-for-6, with 1 RBI and two walks, while J.B. Shuck is 1-for-3, with a solo home run.
My bet is for more than seven runs in the final game of this series between the Indians and the Chicago White Sox.
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