Jorge Soler's Hitting is Expected to Not Be Enough to Pull the Visiting Royals Over the White Sox

Wed, Sep 11, 2019 | Emma Botos


Glenn Sparkman of the Omaha Storm Chasers delivers a pitch at Werner Park in Omaha in 2018.
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September 11, 2019 -- The Royals has an estimated 53.42% likelihood to lose to the White Sox based on our model.

Likely starting pitcher for the Royals, Glenn Sparkman, will be paired with the hosting White Sox's pitcher Reynaldo Lopez. Glenn Sparkman is estimated to have 3.110 earned runs, 20.695 outs, and 8.222 strike outs. The White Sox starting hurler is predicted to throw for 20.958 outs, allow 2.931 earned runs, and a 0.006 probability of a complete game.

Jorge Soler, Royals's top hitter, will slug it out on the road against Tim Anderson in today's game. The Royals's Jorge Soler RF from the plate is forecast to score 0.790 runs, 0.855 RBIs and have a 0.367 OBP. According to our game model, Tim Anderson is estimated to bring in 0.754 RBIs and 0.776 runs scored, with an 0.376 OBP and 1.058 Ks.

For this game the Royals are the best value on the money line bets with on the +150 away odds and a predicted 46.58% likelihood to win. Based on the over(-115)/under(-105) odds, the 10.0 runs for this line, and our model's predicted combined score estimate, there is no good over/under value.

Posted at Wed, September 11, 2019 13:04:46 UTC