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Chicago White Sox vs. Milwaukee Brewers Prediction and Betting Odds

Chicago White Sox vs. Milwaukee Brewers Prediction and Betting Odds. The 13-17 Chicago White Sox are set to take on the 12-22 Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin tonight May 13, 2015, first pitch is scheduled 8:10 PM

Wagering Odds

Moneylines: White Sox +105 / Brewers -115
O/U: 8 runs

Pitching Match Up
Chicago: Jose Quintana (1-3, 5.03 ERA)
Milwaukee: Jimmy Nelson (1-3, 4.00 ERA)

In their last games: In Game 2 of this 3 game series yesterday the White Sox beat the Brewers 4-2.

The White Sox go into Milwaukee for the 3rd game of a 3 game series. The 1-3 Jose Quintana goes for the White Sox and the 1-3 Jimmy Nelson goes for the Brewers. The Brewers open at home at -115 with a total sitting at 8 runs. These 2 teams have split the first 2 games of this series with the White Sox winning Game 1 and the Brewers winning Game 2. The White Sox have won 3 of their last 4 games, but it is not hard to see why they are 4-games under .500, as they rank 28th in the Majors in runs scored and 26th in team ERA. The Brewers had their 3-game winning streak snapped with their loss to the White Sox yesterday. They changed managers a couple of weeks back and while they are still in the basement of the NL Central they are 6-4 in their last 10 games. They rank 19th in runs scored and in their 3-game winning streak before losing yesterday they had totaled 25 runs. Their pitching has been a major issue this season ranking 25th in team ERA.


Here are some additional handicapping angles to ponder:

The White Sox are 11-3 in their last 14 games against the Brewers.

The White Sox are 6-2 in their last 8 games against the Brewers in Milwaukee.

The Brewers are 1-4 in Nelson’s last 5 starts as a favorite.

This season the Brewers are 8-14 at home and the White Sox are 3-12 on the road.

Chicago White Sox: 13-17 SU / O/U 13-16 / Run Line W/L 10-20
Milwaukee Brewers: 12-22 SU / O/U 18-14 / Run Line W/L 15-19

Chicago at Milwaukee Key Betting Trends

• CHI is 8-25 in their last 33 road games.
• CHI is 8-3 in their last 11 interleague games.
• CHI has an Over record of 4-1 in their last 5 games as a road underdog.
• MIL is 21-44 in their last 65 overall.
• MIL is 3-8 in their last 11 games as a home favorite.
• MIL has an Over record of 6-2-1 in their last 9 games.

Key Player Injuries

[P] 04/04/2015 – Nate Jones 60-day DL (3/27) ( Elbow )
[P] 04/25/2015 – Matt Albers 15-day DL (4/20) ( Finger )
[P] 05/07/2015 – Chris Sale 5-game suspension, eligible to return Tuesday vs. Milwaukee ( Suspension )
[1B] 05/12/2015 – Adam LaRoche is not expected to be in the starting lineup Tuesday vs. Milwaukee Brewers ( Rest )
[P] 05/09/2015 – Hector Noesi left last game, “?” next start ( Back )
[P] 04/20/2015 – Javy Guerra 15-day DL (4/20) ( Arm )
[P] 04/06/2015 – Jacob Petricka 15-day DL (3/27) ( Forearm )

[P] 04/05/2015 – Jim Henderson 15-day DL (3/27) ( Shoulder )
[C] 04/21/2015 – Jonathan Lucroy 15-day DL (4/20) ( Toe )
[3B] 05/12/2015 – Aramis Ramirez “?” Wednesday vs. Chicago White Sox ( Back)

Free MLB Pick

The White So won yesterday’s game, but they have not won 2 straight road games all season. Jose Quintana has lost 2 straight starts, but in his last 3 outings he has an ERA of only 2.37. In his last start he gave up 2 earned runs in 5 innings in a 4-1 loss to the Detroit Tigers. In his last 4 starts he has only received 3 runs of support. The White Sox are 2-6 in Quintana’s last 8 road starts. Jimmy Nelson had 11 strikeouts in his last start, but gave up 4 earned runs in 7 innings in a 7-6 loss to the Chicago Cubs. The Brewers have only won 2 of his last 11 starts and only 1 of their last 7 at home.

While both teams have struggled this season each has been turning it around as of late. Quintana has been pretty solid as of late and he will have another good outing tonight and finally get a little support from the offense, as the White Sox will win and take this interleague series.

Take the WHITE SOX

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