White Sox vs Rangers Odds, Picks & Predictions – August 4

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At Globe Life Field on Thursday, the Texas Rangers (46-58) open a four-game series versus the Chicago White Sox (53-51), at 8:05 PM ET. The White Sox will hand the ball to Johnny Cueto (4-4), and the Rangers will turn to Cole Ragans.

Despite being on the road the White Sox are a moderate moneyline favorite (-131) over the Rangers (+110). The game has an over/under of 8.5 runs.

White Sox vs. Rangers Odds

Run Line

Chicago White Sox (-1.5)


White Sox (-131)


8.5 Runs (Over: -110, Under: -110)

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When, Where, at What Time is White Sox vs. Rangers

  • Game Day: Thursday, August 4, 2022
  • Game Time: 8:05 PM ET
  • Location: Arlington, Texas
  • Stadium: Globe Life Field

White Sox Injury Report

Reynaldo López15 Day Injury ListBack
Kyle Crick15 Day Injury ListElbow
Aaron Bummer15 Day Injury ListBack
Vince Velásquez15 Day Injury ListFinger
Danny Mendick60 Day Injury ListKnee
Garrett Crochet60 Day Injury ListElbow
Jonathan Stiever60 Day Injury ListBack
Tim AndersonSuspended ListSuspension

Rangers Injury Report

Brad Miller10 Day Injury ListNeck
Jon Gray15 Day Injury ListUpper Body
Joe Barlow15 Day Injury ListFinger
Eli White60 Day Injury ListWrist
Mitch Garver60 Day Injury ListForearm

Last Time Out: White Sox and Rangers

The White Sox won their most recent contest versus the Royals by a 4-1 score yesterday, with Lance Lynn picking up the win pitching going six innings, giving up one earned run on four hits while striking out eight. Jose Abreu went 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI to lead them offensively.

The Rangers lost to the Orioles yesterday, with Jose Leclerc registering the loss while throwing one inning, giving up two earned runs on two hits while striking out one. Marcus Semien went 1-for-5 with a home run and an RBI to lead the Rangers’ offense.

Betting Trends

White Sox Betting Records and Team Stats

This season, the White Sox have won 35 out of the 64 games, or 54.7%, in which they’ve been favored. This season, Chicago has won 26 of its 49 games, or 53.1%, when favored by at least -131 on the moneyline. Sportsbooks have implied with the moneyline set for this matchup that the White Sox have a 56.7% chance to win. Games involving Chicago have gone over the total set by oddsmakers in 47 of 104 chances this season. The White Sox have an ATS record of 48-56-0 in 104 games with a spread this season.

NameGPAVG (Rank)OBP (Rank)SLG (Rank)HR% (Rank)K% (Rank)BB% (Rank)
José Abreu102.302 (14).382 (12).478 (28)3.1% (71)15.1% (34)10.6% (42)
Luis Robert74.301 (17).334 (68).461 (40)3.7% (50)19.2% (69)4.0% (149)
Andrew Vaughn82.298 (22).347 (46).458 (46)2.9% (79)15.5% (36)5.7% (128)
A.J. Pollock85.234 (-).281 (-).347 (-)1.6% (-)20.8% (-)6.1% (-)
Josh Harrison77.243 (-).311 (-).381 (-)1.9% (-)16.3% (-)5.7% (-)

Rangers Betting Records and Team Stats

The Rangers have won in 30, or 48.4%, of the 62 contests they have been named as odds-on underdogs in this year. This year, Texas has won 22 of 44 games when listed as at least +110 or worse on the moneyline. The moneyline set for this matchup implies the Rangers have a 47.6% chance of coming away with a victory in the contest. Texas’ games have gone over the total in 50 of their 104 opportunities. The Rangers have posted a record of 58-46-0 against the spread this season.

NameGPAVG (Rank)OBP (Rank)SLG (Rank)HR% (Rank)K% (Rank)BB% (Rank)
Corey Seager98.247 (95).323 (85).472 (31)5.6% (14)15.6% (37)9.3% (62)
Marcus Semien103.240 (111).298 (125).402 (97)3.2% (68)15.8% (39)7.3% (94)
Adolis García100.244 (104).291 (133).452 (55)4.2% (40)28.6% (142)6.1% (121)
Nate Lowe99.282 (36).327 (81).455 (50)3.7% (50)24.2% (113)6.2% (116)
Jonah Heim82.259 (-).321 (-).460 (-)4.3% (-)20.5% (-)8.6% (-)

White Sox vs. Rangers Picks and Predictions

Our prediction for this matchup is the Rangers to win (+110 on the moneyline), while we predict the scoring will go over the total (8.5 runs).

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Matt Rooney

Matt comes from Chicago and has lived in the area his whole life. Graduated from and played football at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, IL while also serving as the director of student sports broadcasting. He writes for Betsperts as well as appears on several shows across the network.

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