From T-Mobile Park in Seattle, we have an AL matchup between the White Sox and Mariners. The game is set for 9:40 PM ET, and NBCS is carrying it on TV. The money line odds have the Mariners at -239 compared to the White Sox at +198. The over/under line is currently at 7 runs.

Chicago comes in with a record of 17-50 and they are 5th in the AL Central. The Mariners are 1st in the AL West with an overall record of 38-30. Drew Thorpe is slated to start for the White Sox, while the Mariners are going with Bryan Woo.


The Pick: Chicago White Sox Moneyline +198

This game will be played at T-Mobile Park at 9:40 ET on Tuesday, June 11th.


  • We have the White Sox winning by a score of 6 to 4
  • If you're looking for a run line pick, we also like the White Sox to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 10 runs and like the over

Seattle picked up an 8-4 win over the White Sox in the most recent game of this series. The Mariners had a huge 8th inning, scoring four of their eight runs. As for the White Sox, they scored their only four runs in the 9th. Heading into the game, the Mariners were favored at -210 on the money line.

Logan Gilbert started for the Mariners and picked up the win, going 6 2/3 innings and giving up three earned runs. He finished the game with eight strikeouts but issued five walks. On the other side, Erick Fedde got the start for the White Sox and took the loss, giving up one earned run in seven innings of work.

At the plate, the Mariners were led by Cal Raleigh and Dominic Canzone, who each homered and drove in four runs. Mitch Haniger also had a two-hit game and scored two runs. For the White Sox, Luis Robert Jr. hit the game's only other home run and drove in two runs.

White Sox Records & Stats

With an overall record of 17-50, the White Sox are 5th in the AL Central and trail the Guardians by 26.5 games for the division lead. So far, they have really struggled against other AL Central teams, going 5-19 this year. The White Sox will be looking to snap a two-game losing streak today, 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 5-27 on the road. This season, the White Sox have been the underdog in all but three of their games, and they are 3-0 as the favorite. Chicago is 6-23 in day games and 11-27 in night games this year. As for their overall series record, the White Sox are 4-15-2 this year.

Chicago is 11-21 against the run line on the road, with an average scoring margin of -2.8 runs per game. The White Sox are 3-0 against the run line as the favorite, but 25-39 as the underdog. They have a run line losing streak of two games when favored, and their average run margin in losses is -3.9 runs per game.

Chicago White Sox games have gone over the total in 33 of their 64 games this season, and their games have averaged 8.4 runs per game. When the over/under line is set at 7 runs, their games have gone over the total in two games, under in three games, and pushed in one game. Their games have had an average over/under line of 8 runs per game this season. Their games have had an over/under line of 7 runs in just six games this season, and the over has gone 2-3-1 in those games.

The White Sox will be sending Drew Thorpe to the mound today against the Mariners. He's eager to kick off his season with a solid performance, marking his debut for the year.

Chicago's offense has been one of the worst in the league this season, as they are last in the MLB in both team batting average and on-base percentage. As a team, they are averaging just 3.1 runs per game, which is the worst mark in the league. The White Sox are hoping that Andrew Vaughn and Paul DeJong can keep their hot streaks going, as Vaughn has gone 11/29 in his last seven games, and DeJong has four homers in his last eight games.

DeJong's four homers in his last eight games have helped him take over the team lead in homers, and his 27 RBIs are the 2nd most on the team. Gavin Sheets is batting .242 for the season and is 15th in the league with seven homers. His 28 RBIs are the most on the team.

Mariners Records & Stats

Seattle is hosting the White Sox today with an overall record of 38-30, which has them leading the AL West by 5.5 games over the Rangers. The Mariners have won two straight games, and they are 14-5 against other teams in the AL West this year.

At home, the Mariners are 22-11 this year and have won four straight at home. On the road, Seattle is just under .500 at 16-19. As for how they have fared as the favorite, the Mariners are 23-17 and 15-13 as the underdog. Seattle's overall series record is 11-8-2.

Seattle is 19-14 against the run line at home this season, and they have covered the run line in each of their last three games at home. Their average run margin at home is +0.8, and their overall run line record is 34-34. They are 18-22 against the run line as the favorite and 16-12 as the underdog.

Seattle's games have averaged 7.6 runs per game this season, and their over/under record is 27-38. The over has hit in 73.5% of their games with an average line of 8 runs, but their over/under record is 7-7-2 in games with a line of 7 runs. The over has hit in four straight games for the Mariners.

Seattle starter Bryan Woo has made six appearances this season and has a record of 3-0. His ERA is an impressive 1.07, along with a WHIP of 0.54. Woo has turned in four quality starts this season and is coming off a game in which he didn't allow a run. In that outing against the Athletics, he went six innings and gave up just two hits. Looking at his overall numbers, Woo has allowed just one homer this season and is averaging 6.42 strikeouts per nine innings. So far, he has been much better on the road, with an ERA of 1.5 compared to 0.56 at home.

Cal Raleigh has been one of the league's top power hitters so far this season, as his 12 home runs are 10th in the MLB. However, he is batting just .206 for the season. Ty France and Mitch Garver are also near the top of the Mariners' home run leaderboard, with 7 and 7, respectively. France is batting .251 for the season, and Garver is hitting just .176.

Julio Rodriguez comes into the game on a four-game hitting streak and is batting .271 for the season. He has gone deep five times and is 4th on the team with 25 RBIs. Over his last seven games, Garver is 6/21 with two homers and eight RBIs. J.P. Crawford has two homers in his last eight games but is batting just .235 over that stretch.