Kansas City Royals
Chicago White Sox Predictions
4/15/2019, 8:10pm ET - Guaranteed Rate Field
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Computer Prediction is a free prediction tool using fundamental MLB handicapping metrics: starting pitcher ERAs & WHIPs, bull pen ERAs, MLB rankings and run score differentials.
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Sox bats warming up and looked good against the Bronx Bombers. Going home up against basically a double A team, I see no reason why they bats don't shine in this series opener. Duda and Merrifield have hit Santana well in their careers while Gordon has 2 HR's 3 doubles and 8 walks against him. I like the Over on this one as neither pitcher is elite.
My Pick: Over 9.5
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Chicago White Sox (61% consensus). The Kansas City Royals, who dropped 10 in a row before sweeping the Cleveland Indians over the weekend, will try to bring that momentum on the road when they visit the Chicago White Sox for the opener of a 10-game trip on Monday. The Royals opened the season by taking two from the White Sox before their losing streak began... http://bit.ly/2E6Lezs
Betting Prediction for Kansas City Royals vs Chicago White Sox on April 15, 2019, 8:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Kansas City will WIN and the Total will go Over .
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Kansas City Star: Royals bullpen woes return in one-run loss to White Sox
The bullpen trials and tribulations reared their head again for the Royals after a brief respite.
The Royals coughed up one-run lead in the eighth inning en route to a 5-4 loss to the Chicago White Sox in front of an announced 12,553 at Guaranteed Rate Field on Monday night.
The loss snapped a three-game win streak and started a 10-game road swing for the Royals that will also include series against the New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays.
For the second time in five days, Brad Boxberger gave up a late lead in a tight game.
Royals Review: Game 16: Kansas City Royals vs. Chicago White Sox
Kansas City Royals @ Chicago White Sox
Heath Fillmyer (0-0, 15.00 ERA) vs. Ervin Santana (0-1, 17.18 ERA)
First pitch- 7:10 CT
Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, Illinois
Declaring this a pivotal series for the Royals so early in the 2019 campaign would be a bit of an exaggeration. But just 15 games in and after suffering through ten straight losses, Kansas City has a chance to climb back into the running of the Central before we hit May. Coming off a three-game sweep over then front running Cleveland, the next three pitchers the Royals face have ERA's of 17.
South Side Sox: Gamethread: White Sox vs Royals
After a fun weekend on multiple levels, the Chicago White Sox come back home from New York for Jackie Robinson Day.
Speaking of Tim Anderson, he has been on fire this season. He leads all of baseball in batting average (.429), is sixth in wRC+ (203), and ninth in wOBA (.463). He has been nothing short of spectacular at the plate so far, though it has been heavily influenced by a .500 BABIP and an increased contact rate.
On the pitching side, Carols Rodon has been great so far this season. Per FanGraphs, he is tied for first in the majors WAR (1.
Wichita Eagle: Royals-White Sox series preview, probable pitchers: Royals play Sox on their turf
Royals manager Ned Yost speaks to reporters following his team's 9-8 walk-off win against the Cleveland Indians at Kauffman Stadium on Sunday, April 14, 2019. The Royals swept the three-game series after having lost 10 in a row. By
Matchup: The Royals (5-10) begin a 10-game road trip with a three-game series against the Chicago White Sox (5-9) at Guaranteed Rate Field on Monday night. First pitch on Monday and Tuesday is scheduled for 7:10 p.m. (CDT), while Wednesday's game is slated for a 1:10 p.m. (CDT) start.
TV/Radio: Fox Sports Kansas City will televise all three games, and KCSP 610 AM will broadcast each of the games on the radio.
Royals Review: Chicago White Sox Series Preview: The windy city is calling
The Royals get their second crack at the White Sox after the Royals took two of three to open the season. Since then neither team has exactly done well, but both did win a series against a 2018 playoff team, so they're coming in hot. The White Sox lineup has been a bit of a stars and scrubs situation with Yoan Moncada, Tim Anderson and Eloy Jimenez hitting quite well and others such as Daniel Palka, Wellington Castillo, Yolmer Sanchez and Jose Abreu not so much. Their rotation has been disappointing outside of Carlos Rodon, and their bullpen has a couple bright spots, but has also had its issues.