Hot Sox bats could cool against hot Halos hurler

Hot Sox bats could cool against hot Halos hurler

The Chicago White Sox have found their hitting shoes in Anaheim, totaling 35 hits the last two days against Los Angeles, beating the Angels twice. Though the White Sox are showing strong signs of coming out of slump, this has not been the case recently. B


2009-05-29

The Chicago White Sox have found their hitting shoes in Anaheim, totaling 35 hits the last two days against Los Angeles, beating the Angels twice. Though the White Sox are showing strong signs of coming out of slump, this has not been the case recently. Be sure to check the latest info for this contest by visiting the LIVE ODDS, BETTING TRENDS, and TEAM STATISTICS pages.

The team from the south side of Chicago prior to leaving for the West Coast, went thru a period where they went 12 consecutive games without registering double digit base hits (longest streak in baseball this season) and 16 of 17 overall. Take away the 17 runs Chicago scored on Monday night and they had totaled a drought-like 3.3 runs per game in 19 of last 20 games.

Chicago will try to become the first team since Kansas City on June 24-27, 2007, to sweep Los Angeles at the Big A in a three-game series. Their task won't be easy, going up against Jered Weaver (3-2, 2.52 ERA, 1.071 WHIP), who is winless in last three starts.

That is not entirely Weaver's fault, since he has 2.25 ERA in last three outings and has allowed just 10 runs in last 35 innings of work. In home games, the right-hander has been almost impossible to score on, with 3-0 record and miniscule 1.23 ERA in five starts.

The Angels are -200 money line favorites according to Sportsbook.com, with the total Un9. The Halos are sensational 24-6 after two or more consecutive losses over the last two seasons, playing the White Sox, who are up against a super system.

Play Against road underdogs with a money line of +150 or more, who are batting .250 or worse over their last 20 games, against opponent with a hot starting pitcher, with a WHIP of 1.000 or less over his last five starts.

Since 2004, this is a money-making baseball system with 72-13 record, at 84.7 percent. In recent seasons, this system has performed even better, with 31 wins in 35 tries. Despite winning the first two games of the series, the Pale Hose are 18-33 (-17.2 Units) against the money line after winning three of their last four games and the Angels are 30-10 revenging a loss vs opponent as a home favorite.

Chicago has been unable to solve Weaver's assortment of pitches, as he is 3-0 with microscopic 0.34 ERA in four starts, all Angels' wins. Consider this system for money line or run line action.

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