The Blue Jays are the heavy favorite on the money line today, as they are at -178 compared to the White Sox, who are at +150. This AL matchup has a first pitch of 7:40 PM ET from Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago. The forecast calls for broken clouds and temperatures in the low 60s.

Toronto will be looking to keep their two-game winning streak alive with Alek Manoah on the mound, while the White Sox are 15-41 overall and 5th in the AL Central. Chicago will be starting Chris Flexen. The over/under line is currently 8.5 runs.

TORONTO BLUE JAYS VS CHICAGO WHITE SOX BETTING PICK

The Pick: Toronto Blue Jays Moneyline -178

This game will be played at Guaranteed Rate Field at 7:40 ET on Wednesday, May 29th.

HOW TO BET THE BLUE JAYS VS WHITE SOX:

  • We have the Blue Jays 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

Toronto cruised to a 7-2 win over the White Sox in the most recent game of this series. The Blue Jays had a huge 2nd inning, scoring three of their seven runs. As for the White Sox, they scored their only two runs in the 3rd. Heading into the game, the Blue Jays were favored at -219 on the money line.

Kevin Gausman got the win for the Blue Jays, going six innings and giving up just one run. He finished the game with three strikeouts but issued five walks. On the other side, Jake Woodford only went 4 1/3 innings for the White Sox, giving up three runs on five hits.

Toronto's offense was led by Davis Schneider, who went 3/4 with three RBIs. George Springer and Danny Jansen each drove in two for the Blue Jays' offense.

Blue Jays Records & Stats

The Blue Jays are 5th in the AL East, trailing the Yankees by 11 games. Overall, Toronto is 25-29 as they play on the road today vs. the White Sox. Toronto has won two straight games, and they are 6-4 over their last 10 games.

So far, the Blue Jays are 7-8 in AL East games, and they have gone 12-12 at home compared to 13-17 on the road. As the road favorite, the Blue Jays are 7-6 this year, and they are 19-15 when favored overall. Toronto's win streak as the favorite is currently two games, and their overall series record is 5-9-3.

Despite their losing record, the Blue Jays have been a solid bet against the run line this season, going 26-28. They have been particularly good on the road, where they are 16-14 against the run line. They have covered the run line in two straight games and are 17-17 against the run line as the favorite.

The Toronto Blue Jays are on the road today against the Chicago White Sox. The over/under line for the game is set at 8.5 runs, which is slightly below their combined run average of 8.6 runs per game. Toronto has played 53 games this season, and the over/under record is 23-30. The average over/under line for their games is set at 8 runs. When the line has been set at 8.5 runs, the over/under record is 6-11. The over/under line has been set at 8.5 runs for just 11.1% of their games this season.

Alek Manoah and the Blue Jays are on the road to take on the White Sox today. Manoah is coming off a loss to the Tigers in his last start, where he went 4 2/3 innings, giving up 4 earned runs on 6 hits. He does have a win this season, as he threw 7 shutout innings in his first start of the year vs. the Rays.

So far this season, the Blue Jays are averaging 4 runs per game, which is 22nd in the league. As a team, they are batting .236, which is 14th in the league. Toronto's offense has been good at avoiding strikeouts, but they are one of the league's worst home run-hitting teams. Heading into the game, they have the 2nd most strikeouts in the league.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has been a consistent hitter for the Blue Jays this season, batting .295 with a team-high 25 RBIs. Daulton Varsho has a team-high 10 home runs but is batting just .211. Bo Bichette is on a three-game hitting streak and has gone 11/34 over his last eight games.

White Sox Records & Stats

With an overall record of 15-41, the White Sox are 22.5 games behind the Guardians for the AL Central lead. The White Sox have dropped seven straight games, and they are just 5-19 in divisional matchups this year. Chicago has lost six straight at home, and they are 5-21 on the road.

Chicago has really struggled in day games this year, going 5-20, and they are 2-0 as the favorite this year. As for playing as the underdog, the White Sox are 13-41 this year. So far, they have an overall series record of 4-12-1, and they have lost three straight series.

Chicago has been a tough team to bet on this season, as they have a run line record of 23-33. They have been better at home, where they are 15-15 against the run line, compared to 8-18 on the road. They have also been a better bet as the underdog, going 21-33 against the run line in those games. They have lost their last six games against the run line at home, but they are 2-0 as the favorite.

The Chicago White Sox are at home today against the Toronto Blue Jays, with the over/under line set at 8.5 runs. The White Sox have a combined run average of 7.9 runs per game, and their over/under record for the season is 25-29. When the over/under line is set at 8.5 runs, their record is 6-6. Overall, 60.7% of their games have had lower over/under lines than today's 8.5-run total.

Right-hander Chris Flexen gets the start for the White Sox today as he faces the Blue Jays at home. Flexen has made nine starts this season and has a record of 2-4 with a 5.69 ERA. Looking at his overall numbers, Flexen has a WHIP of 1.37 and opponents are batting .256 this season. In his last outing, Flexen finished with a no-decision, giving up four earned runs in 4 2/3 innings of work. Before that, he had given up at least three earned runs in three straight outings. One positive note is that Flexen has allowed just one homer in his last three outings.

Not only are the White Sox the worst home run hitting team in the league, but they are also dead last in team batting average, on-base percentage, and OPS. Overall, they are averaging just 2.9 runs per game, which is the worst mark in the league. Chicago's offense has been slightly better at home, averaging 3 runs per contest.

Paul DeJong is the team's home run leader, but he is batting just .226 for the season. Andrew Vaughn and Eloy Jimenez are also near the top of the team's home run leaderboard, but Vaughn is batting just .197, and Jimenez is hitting .231. Vaughn has gone just 5/30 in his last eight games, with one home run and four RBIs.