Monday's matchup between the White Sox and Mariners has a first pitch set for 9:40 PM ET from T-Mobile Park in Seattle. The Mariners are the heavy favorite on the money line, with their odds sitting at -228, while the White Sox are at +191. The money line odds for a White Sox win are +191, while the Mariners are at -228. The over/under line is currently at 7 runs.

MLBN will be televising Monday's AL matchup, and the White Sox will be looking for a win with Erick Fedde on the mound. As for the Mariners, they are starting Logan Gilbert. The White Sox are 17-49, and the Mariners are in first place in the AL West with a record of 37-30.

CHICAGO WHITE SOX VS SEATTLE MARINERS BETTING PICK

The Pick: OVER 7 Runs

This game will be played at T-Mobile Park at 9:40 ET on Monday, June 10th.

HOW TO BET THE WHITE SOX VS MARINERS:

  • We have the Mariners winning by a score of 5 to 4
  • However, if you're looking for a run line pick, we like the White Sox to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 9 runs and like the over

White Sox Records & Stats

Heading into their last game vs. the Red Sox, the White Sox closed out the series with a 6-4 loss. Chicago was the +125 underdog at home. Things started off well for the White Sox, as they got on the board with three runs in the 2nd inning but gave up the lead right away as the Red Sox scored three times in the top of the 4th.

Chris Flexen got the start for the White Sox and took the loss. He only lasted five innings, giving up two earned runs, and took the loss. The White Sox's offense scored their other two runs in the 4th inning, both of which came on a home run by Paul DeJong.

Chicago is on the road today to take on the Mariners, and they are 17-49 overall, putting them 26 games out of first place in the AL Central. So far, they have really struggled against other AL Central teams, going 5-19. The White Sox are looking to snap a two-game losing streak, and they are just 2-8 over their last 10 games.

At home, the White Sox are 12-23 this year, and they have gone just 5-26 on the road. Chicago has really struggled in day games this year, going 6-22, compared to 11-27 in night games. As the underdog, the White Sox are 14-49 compared to 3-0 as the favorite. So far, their overall series record is 4-15-2.

When looking at the White Sox run line record, it is clear that they have been a better bet when they are the underdog. They have covered the run line in 25 of their 38 games as the underdog. They have also been a solid bet as the favorite, covering in all three games.

The White Sox are on the road in Seattle today, and the O/U line is set at 7 runs. Their games have averaged 8.3 runs per game this season, and their O/U record is 32-31. The average O/U line for their games is 8 runs, and when the line has been set at 7 runs, they have gone 1-3-1. The O/U line has been set at 7 runs in just 5 of their 66 games this season, which is 7.6% of the time.

Right-hander Erick Fedde gets the start for the White Sox today as he faces the Mariners on the road. He has made 13 starts this season and has a record of 4-1 with an ERA of 3.27. Fedde's WHIP for the season is currently 1.18. Out of his 13 starts, he has turned in five quality starts and is averaging 8.84 strikeouts per nine innings. Fedde's most recent outing came against the Cubs, where he finished with a no-decision after giving up three earned runs in five innings of work. He has not taken a loss since May 20th.

Chicago's offense has been one of the worst in the league so far, as they are last in the MLB in team batting average (.217) and on-base percentage (.279). The White Sox are also near the bottom of the league in runs per game (3.1), home runs, and slugging percentage. One of the few bright spots in the lineup has been Paul DeJong, who is batting .238 for the season but has gone 11/38 with five homers over his last 10 games. DeJong's 12 homers this season is 10th in the league.

DeJong isn't the only White Sox hitter with a good recent stretch, as Andrew Vaughn has gone 9 straight games with a hit, and Gavin Sheets is also on a three-game hitting streak. For the season, Sheets is batting .246 with a team-high 28 RBIs and seven homers, which is 15th in the league.

Mariners Records & Stats

The Mariners's offense was hot right out of the gates in their most recent game vs. the Royals, closing out their series with a 6-5 win. After allowing one run to the Royals in the bottom of the first, the Mariners responded with a run of their own and added three more in the 3rd inning. Seattle went on to close out the Royals with another two runs in the 7th.

George Kirby put together a good start for the Mariners, going seven innings and giving up just one earned run, and picking up the win. Seattle's offense was carried by J.P. Crawford, who went 2/5 with a homer and three RBIs.

Seattle is hosting the White Sox today with an overall record of 37-30, good for 1st place in the AL West. So far, they have gone 14-5 in divisional games and lead the Rangers by 5.0 games in the division. The Mariners dropped two of three in their most recent series vs. the Royals.

At home, the Mariners are 21-11 this season compared to 16-19 on the road. As the home favorite, Seattle has gone 15-9 this season and 22-17 overall. Heading into today's game, the Mariners have won three straight at home as the favorite. So far, they have an overall series record of 11-8-2 this year.

The Mariners are 33-34 against the run line this season, including an 18-14 mark at home. They have covered the run line in two straight games and have a run line record of 17-22 when favored.

Seattle's over/under record is 26-38, and the average over/under line in their games is 8. However, today's line is set at 7, and when the line has been set at that number, their record is 6-7-2. The combined run average in their games is 7.6, and the over has hit in their last three games.

Seattle is sending right-hander Logan Gilbert to the mound today vs. the White Sox. He has made 13 starts this year and has a record of 3-4 with a 3.12 ERA. Gilbert's WHIP for the season is .98, and opponents are batting .201 off him this year. In his last outing, Gilbert took the loss, giving up one earned run in seven innings of work. Before that, he had given up at least three earned runs in three straight starts. Gilbert has made 10 quality starts this year. Per nine innings, he is averaging 8.18 strikeouts and just 2.15 walks.

For the season, the Mariners are averaging just 3.8 runs per game, which is the worst mark in the league. They are also near the bottom of the league in team batting average, on-base percentage, and slugging percentage. However, they do come in as one of the league's top home run-hitting teams, and their team ISO of .145 is 13th best in the league.

Julio Rodríguez has been one of the Mariners' top hitters this season, batting .269 with five homers, and 25 RBIs. Ty France and Mitch Garver are 2nd and 3rd on the team in RBIs, respectively, with France having seven homers and Garver's seven homers being the 2nd most in the league. Garver has gone deep twice in his last seven games, while J.P. Crawford is 8/31 in his last seven games and has a six-game hitting streak.