Chicago White Sox at Toronto Blue Jays MLB Odds Analysis

Posted by Joe Solari on April 25, 2016 in

In one of the best series this week, the Toronto Blue Jays will be hosting the Chicago White Sox as both seek to build on their strong starts on the season. As the home team and one of the favorites to win the World Series this year, the Blue Jays will come into this game as MLB lines favorites to win this game. But will they be able to stop the streaking Sale and White Sox?

Chicago White Sox at Toronto Blue Jays MLB Odds Analysis and Game Info

When: Wednesday, April 27, 7:10 PM ET
Where: Rogers Centre, Toronto, Ontario
Stream Option:
Radio:  Chicago / Toronto
Pitching Matchup: Chris Sale vs. R.A. Dickey

Why Bet on Chicago (13-6)

Chicago’s star pitcher Chris Sale was set to start Monday’s game, but he was pushed to Tuesday for rest purposes, so he should come into this game feeling fresh and up to the task at hand against Toronto’s fiery offense. With a 4-0 record, 0.67 WHIP and a 1.80 ERA so far this season, we don’t need to tell you to expect a strong start from veteran and his team. This should especially be possible considering the White Sox are coming off a home series sweep against the Rangers over the weekend and they took a 4-3 series edge against Toronto last season.

Why Bet on Toronto (10-10)

For this Tuesday game, Toronto will give the ball to Knuckleballer R.A. Dickey, who has a 6.10 ERA and 1.69 WHIP, along with a 1-2 record in his four starts. The 2012 Cy Young winner has struggled in his last two games (both losses), but he should be psyched for a chance to duel against Sale and Chicago. As a big motivation for Toronto, the team is coming off a 2-1 series win over Oakland and playing at home will be a shot in the arm for the Jays to play their best.

Expert MLB Picks and Predictions

This one is pretty simple. Sale is on fire and so are the White Sox, while Dickey is out of sorts just like his Toronto team, so take Sale and Chicago for the cheap win, possibly in a low-scoring clash.

Final Score Prediction: Chicago 5, Toronto 2.