Joe D'Amico's MLB 83% Double Play Move
Chi White Sox vs. Detroit,
07/11/2013 13:08 EDT,
Score: 6 - 3
Money Line: -152 Detroit
Today's winner is Detroit over Chicago. This is my Double Play Move.
Detroit is making a habit of stomping on Chicago. In yesterday's 8-5 victory, the Tigers have improved to 32-12 the L44 meetings with the White Sox. They have won each of the L4 three-game series in the rivalry. Overall, Detroit has won 7 of their L9, averaging 6.8 RPG on the 9 contests. When at home, the Tigers are 27-17 and post a whopping 5.57 RPG on the season. The offense ranks 1st in Team BA at .282. Eight batters have 67 or more hits as both Cabrera and Hunter each are over the century mark, with three more players nearing 100 hits. Anibal Sanchez takes the mound today. The RH is 7-5 with a 2.70 ERA, walking 24 and fanning 105 in 86.2 IP. That includes a 5-1 mark at home. He faces a Chicago squad that is dead-last in the Central, 14 GB at 35-53. The lineup scores just 3.79 RPG on the road (3.75 overall), where they are 16-32 on the year. They rank 19th or worse in just about every major offensive category, dropping 19 of their L26 games. Chris Sale is throwing here. the LH hasn't won since May 17th, going 0-6 in that stretch. Sale went 0-3 vs. Detroit a season ago. Take Detroit. Thank you.