Chicago 37-41 | 17-24 away
vs Houston 50-30 | 28-11 home
Wednesday 8:10pm ET
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Chicago vs Houston Wed, May 22

8:10pm ET at Minute Maid Park
Starting Pitchers
I Nova (2-4) ERA: 7.42
L3: S/O: 3 WHIP: 2.2 ER: 3.3 IP: 5.3
G Cole (4-4) ERA: 3.56
L3: S/O: 9.3 WHIP: 1.1 ER: 3 IP: 5.7
Odds
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Current
CHW
HOU
O/U
+280
-315
8.5
+318
-350
8.5

Consensus Picks


Computer HOU -350 o/8.5
*Community HOU -350 74% o/8.5 54%

*Consensus from 1310 predictions.

Highlights
33824thRuns41010th
.25513thBatting Average.2672nd
.31522ndOn Base Percentage.3433rd
.40823rdSlugging Percentage.4742nd
21st OFFENSE 3rd
17th Hits 1st
24th Strike Outs 2nd
25th DEFENSE 2nd
23rd Hits 1st
27th Strike Outs 5th
2019 AL Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Minnesota 51 27 .654 W1
Cleveland 44 36 .550 W1
Chicago 37 41 .474 W1
Detroit 26 48 .351 L5
Kansas City 28 53 .346 L1
2019 AL West Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Houston 50 30 .625 W2
Texas 43 36 .544 W3
Oakland 42 38 .525 W1
Los Angeles 40 40 .500 W2
Seattle 36 47 .434 W2
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  • @Covers • 1m

     Chicago White Sox vs Houston Astros on 2019-05-22 added by Covers

    Covers community free betting prediction for
    Houston Astros
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  • @OddsShark • 1m

    Betting Prediction for Chicago White Sox vs Houston Astros on May 22, 2019, 8:10 PM ET

     Chicago White Sox vs Houston Astros on 2019-05-22 added by OddsShark

    Free Betting Prediction: Houston will Win and the Total will go Over .

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  • @whitesox • 1m

    Chicago Tribune: White Sox turn triple play against Astros

    MLB

    The White Sox have turned a triple play against the Astros.

    It came in the third inning Wednesday night with runners on first and second. Jake Marisnick hit a grounder down the line to third baseman Yoan Moncada, who stepped on the base for the first out. He threw to Yolmer Sanchez at second, and Sanchez threw it to Jose Abreu at first, where the ball just beat Marisnick.

    It was the first triple play in the majors this season and the White Sox's first since July 8, 2016, against the Braves.

  • @whitesox • 1m

    ESPN.com: White Sox turn season's 1st triple play vs. Astros

    MLB

    HOUSTON -- The Chicago White Sox have turned a triple play against the Houston Astros.

    It came in the third inning Wednesday night with runners on first and second. Jake Marisnick hit a grounder down the line to third baseman Yoan Moncada, who stepped on the base for the first out. He threw to Yolmer Sanchez at second, and Sanchez threw it to Jose Abreu at first, where the ball just beat Marisnick.

    It was the first triple play in the majors this season and Chicago's first since July 8, 2016, against the Atlanta Braves.

  • @astros • 1m

    The Crawfish Boxes: Verlander sullies White Sox, Astros stroll to 5-1 triumph

    MLB

    Justin Verlander was dominant Tuesday night against the Chicago White Sox. If not for one misplaced pitch, his performance may have been legendary.

    No matter, the Houston Astros will be just fine settling with an eight-inning, one-hit masterpiece from their ace righthander, who led them to a 5-1 victory over the White Sox.

    In his 45th career start against Chicago's Southsiders, Verlander came out dealing. He started the night with two strikeouts in an 11-pitch first inning. Verlander went on to punch out nine of the first 13 hitters he faced and the only blemish on his night through Chicago's first 20 batters was a walk to Yonder Alonso.

  • @whitesox • 1m

    South Side Sox: Astros, Verlander dominate White Sox, 5-1

    MLB

    Justin Verlander, at age 36 no less, once again dominated the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night in Houston's 5-1 victory.

    The righty threw eight innings of one-hit ball, giving up just one run and striking out 12. The Sox can only hope Michael Kopech can turn into that sort of explosive pitcher. Verlander is pitching arguably his best baseball of his career -- he has certainly reinvented himself in Houston.

    Jose Abreu broke up Verlander's no-hitter in the seventh inning, launching a 416-foot home run to center field.

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