Kansas vs Chicago White Sox by GooFy741

The Chicago White Sox visit Kauffman Stadium on Saturday to play the Kansas City Royals. Despite the fact that match was postponed due to bad weather, betting conditions still doesn't change.


The White Sox head into this match with a 27 victories and 21 loses, 14 wins 9 defeats were on away matches. As a team, Chicago is 16th in the league. Chicago will be starting Miguel Gonzalez in this game. Gonzalez has come out of the gate playing fairly well for Chicago and Gonzalez is coming off of a hard luck loss to the Royals last week. Gonzalez went 6 innings while striking out 8 and allowing just 2 total runs in his last game. Chicago's offense will need to back up the 31 year old righty if they want to steal a series against Kansas City.


Kansas City comes into this match with a 13 victories and 7 defeats at home. Meanwhile overall record is 24 wins 22 loses. As a team, they are 8th in a league. Kansas City will be starting lefty Danny Duffy in this game. Duffy has been working out of the reliever for the majority of the year but this will be his third straight spot start of the season. Duffy won't be expected to go deep. What is more, he hasn't allowed a run since 5/04.


Chicago White Sox injuries:


05/06/16 P Jacob Petricka


04/27/16 C Kevan Smith


Kansas City Royals injuries:


05/23/16 LF Alex Gordon


05/12/16 P Chris Young


05/12/16 P Kris Medlen


04/10/16 P Mike Minor


04/04/16 P Tim Collins


03/31/16 P Jason Vargas


Despite the fact that hosts have more injuries in this game, KC Royals are tonight favorites and I think that bookies has calculated the right odds this time. This is not going to be an easy match for both teams but I think that Royals has a great chance to take this win at home. It's also looks value to bet on KC Royals -1.5 @2.5, but tonight I choose a safer bet: Royals victory.


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Pick Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Kansas 10bet 1.71 7 7-5 WON (+4.97 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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