Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers Betting Preview, Picks - June 3

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jun/03/2023

The SportsHub guys will be on the Tigers and the Over in that game hosting the Chicago White Sox.  The number of cappers on both is not a large number but the consensus is there.

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Michael Lorenzen will start for the White Sox.  Lorenzen was charged with two runs (zero earned) over 6 2/3 innings on Saturday in a no-decision against the White Sox.  He allowed five runs in the game previous and won prior to that.

Chicago White Sox career statistics vs. Michael Lorenzen are  (.232).  In other words, he's been pretty solid against the White Sox current lineup.  The one home run was courtesy of Yasmani Grandal, who is just 1 for 14 against him.  That homer is the only time he's been able to hit off of Lorenzen.

Dylan Cease gave up four runs in four innings Sunday against the Tigers.  He did not factor into the decision.  Cease had a win his prior start.

Cease has allowed 23 of 96 at bats versus the White Sox batters (.240), which is pretty good.  He has permitted six home runs over that time.  However, Jonathan Schoop has had two homers off Cease and is not at his best currently (.214 with zero home runs).  The other home runs were by players who have otherwise had a poor showing versus Cease along with Jake Rogers, who is just .156 this season.  Granted he has six home runs thus far.  

The Tigers are 8-21 in the last 29 meetings in Chicago.

Gambling911.com will be going against the consensus here and taking the UNDER 8.5.

Upcoming Hot Plays/Results

Consensus

Saturday June 3 Consensus Play - Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox Over 8.5

Saturday June 3 Consensus Play - Detroit Tigers

Friday June 2 Consensus Play - Cincinnati Reds L

Thursday June 1 Consensus Play - Phillies-Mets Under 8.5 W

Thursday June 1 Consensus Play - Miami Marlins +100 L

Wednesday May 31 Consensus Play - Detroit Tigers +140 W

Wednesday May 31 Consensus Play - Tampa Bay Rays -130 W

Wednesday May 31 Consensus Play - Chicago White Sox -130 L

Monday May 22 Consensus Play - Arizona Diamondbacks +215 W

Tuesday May 23 Consensus Play - Chicago White Sox +115 W

Wednesday May 24 Consensus Play - Minnesota Twins -145 W

Thursday May 25 Consensus Play - Toronto Blue Jays +126 (Early) L

Friday May 26 - Consensus Play - Chicago Cubs L

Saturday May 27 - Consensus Play - New York Yankees W

Monday May 29 Consensus Play - Baltimore Orioles -140 L

Tuesday May 30 Consensus Play - San Diego Padres +110 W

Tuesday May 30 Consensus Play - Detroit Tigers +128 L

Tuesday May 30 Consensus Play - Cleveland Guardians +150 L

 

Gambling911.com Plays

Saturday June 3 - Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers UNDER 8.5

Wednesday May 31 - Pittsburgh Pirates vs. San Francisco Giants UNDER 8 L

Wednesday May 31 - Minnesota Twins vs. Houston Astros UNDER 8 L

Tuesday May 23 - Chicago White Sox (Dylan Cease) vs. Cleveland Guardians (Logan Allen) - Pick - Under 8.5 W

Wednesday May 24 - San Francisco Giants (Anthony DeSclafani) vs. Minnesota Twins (Joe Ryan) - Under 7.5 L (8 runs scored)

Thursday May 25 Gambling911.com Play - Toronto Blue Jays (Alek Manoah) vs. Tampa Bay Rays (Zach Eflin) - Pick Tampa Bay Rays -170 W

Friday May 26 - Texas Rangers (Jon Gray) vs. Baltimore Orioles (Grayson Rodriguez) - Pick - Orioles -125 L

Saturday May 27 - San Diego Padres (Michael Wacha) vs. New York Yankees (Luis Severino) - Pick Yankees -155 W

Saturday May 27 - Texas Rangers (Andrew Heaney) vs. Baltimore Orioles (Dean Kremer) - Pick - Orioles L

Sunday May 28 - Chicago White Sox (Dylan Cease) vs. Detroit Tigers (Eduardo Rodriguez) - Under 8/8.5 L

Sunday May 28 - Texas Rangers (Dane Dunning) vs. Baltimore Orioles (Kyle Bradish) - Pick - Orioles W

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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