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Left-Handers face off at Safeco Field

Mariners vs. White Sox Odds - July 19,2016Baseball fans who bet on MLB definitely want to catch the ending of the Mariners vs. White Sox Monday night game. Down 1-4 Adam Lind’s three- run home run walk off win is as entertaining as baseball gets. It’s not very often that a team gets a win like that in the MLB and it was certainly an ending for the fans. Although Chris Sale had dominated Seattle for eight innings Chicago’s closer, David Robertson, could not put the nail in the coffin. With two men on the bases Lind was able to hit one on the White Sox’s veteran pitcher. If you missed the chance to pick a favorite for last night’s game you can still have a chance to bet on MLB’s Tuesday night games. Here are the sportsbook odds for Tuesday’s game.

Tuesday 19th of July 2016

Chicago White Sox -11/2 (+145) 8 (EV) -110

Seattle Mariners +11/2 (-165) 8 (-120) EV

The White Sox are currently on a five game losing streak, and last night’s was the worst out of all of them. Sale was able to pitch 8 innings without allotting any runs and put himself in position to become the MLB’s first 15 game winner this season. However, Robertson quickly shut the door on that notion by giving up one run and then the homer that cost them the game. Robinson took the loss heavily.
“[Sale] did what an ace does,” Robertson woefully stated after the loss. “…I went in there and just blew it. I pitched poorly. I gave up hits, I walked guys and I didn’t get the job done. It’s pathetic on my part.”

While last night’s game left the White Sox in deep melancholy, the Mariners found themselves swimming with joy. Seattle will be looking to keep the good times rolling as they are 8 games behind in the American League West. The Mares will be sending Wade Miley to the mound for Tuesday’s ballgame. Miley is 6-6 overall this season and the White Sox will be vying to capitalize on his recent poor play. The left hander is 2-4 with a 6.75 ERA in his previous 8 starts. Miley will be coming in on a nine day rest due to the All-Star break. His last performance doesn’t inspire confidence for those looking to pick Seattle for tonight’s matchup. Miley’s last start was against Kansas City and it was anything but exemplary; he allowed 10 hits and four runs in a mere 5 1/3 innings. The 29-year old is on a four game losing streak and he might make it five considering that Chicago’s Melky Cabrera and Brett Lawrie both bat above .555 when facing him.

Jose Quintana, another left hander, will be the starting pitcher for the White Sox. Quintana is coming off an All-Star break performance that saw him pitch a scoreless inning. Quintana’s previous two starts have resulted in wins and he’ll be looking to break the Sox’s losing streak. Quintana is 7-8 with a 3.21 ERA overall this season but is 0-1 with a 4.50 ERA against Seattle in his career.

While there might not be a clear favorite (Chicago might have a slight advantage) this is definitely one matchup worth considering if you bet on MLB’s Tuesday night’s games.