Chicago vs. Detroit: First meets worst in AL Central MLB Action
Detroit Tigers: Getting set to run away in AL Central race
Although it was expected to happen sooner, Detroit looks like they are ready to tear away from the pack in the AL Central Division. The Motor City Cats have won six of seven contests and the bats have been booming as the six victories were by a combined 44-15 final count. One of the reasons the Tigers look like they are about to pull away is the return to form of veteran ace Justin Verlander. The Vaporizer (9-5 ERA 3.54) stifled the hot bats of the Blue Jays as he gave up one run on six hits in a 11-1 blowout win in Toronto on July 4, 2013.
Chicago White Sox: It is going to be a long MLB second half in Chi-Town
Currently sitting 14 games back of Detroit in the AL Central, and the Wild Card race, the first half of the 2013 MLB season has been a long one on the shores of Lake Michigan. Chicago has seen the worst of times lately as they have dropped 14 of their last 20 games – including nine contests where they allowed their opponents seven or more runs. LHP Jose Quintana (3-2 ERA 3.69) heads to the hill for the Sox and he has been a rare bright light in Chicago this season. Quintana helped Chicago win both his starts against Detroit last season.
Tigers vs. White Sox Wagering Odds & Online Sports Betting Free Pick Prediction
Topbet.eu and their top ranked online sportsbook is where we head for tonight’s wagering odds on the Detroit vs. Chicago clash. Not surprisingly, the Motown Cats are thick home chalk at -1.5 (-125) against the spread and -245 on the money line. Chicago heads into Comerica Park as road pups at +1.5 (+105) ATS and +205 S/U while the Over/Under is set eight (O -105 U -115) total runs. The Tigers are 12-1 in Verlander’s last 13 starts versus the Sox. Give us the Cats and the -1.5 (-125) price offered at the TopBet wagering website.
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