Houston AstrosAstros
0-0
SP Z.Greinke
Tue 8/13, 8:40 PM
HOU -340, O/U 10
Chicago White SoxWhite Sox
0-0
SP D.Cease
Tue 8/13, 8:40 PM
HOU -340, O/U 10
Astros
0-0
SP Z.Greinke
White Sox
0-0
SP D.Cease
Lines
Team
Astros
White Sox
-340
+270
-800
+500
-335
+265
-340
+280
-330
+280
-320
+280
-340
+280
Team Summary
Houston Astros Summary
Manager
A.J Hinch
Runs Per Game
5.53
Opp Runs Per Game
3.94
Home Runs For
312
Home Runs Allowed
256
Chicago White Sox Summary
Manager
Rick Renteria
Runs Per Game
4.42
Opp Runs Per Game
5.19
Home Runs For
181
Home Runs Allowed
234
Schedule Summary
HOU
Teams
CHW
0
No. Of Games
0
0-0
Record
0-0
98-81
ATS Record
78-81
54.8%
Cover%
49.1%
82-91
O/U Record
74-78
47.4%
Over%
48.7%
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Moneyline
Run Line
Total
First 5 Inn

255

260

265

270

275

280

285

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Astros Pitching
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Zack Greinke
 
White Sox Pitching
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Dylan Cease
HOU Pitching
CHW Pitching
 
Astros Pitching
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Astros Lineup
CF
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George Springer
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Jose Altuve
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Michael Brantley
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3B
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Alex Bregman
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DH
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Yordan Alvarez
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SS
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Carlos Correa
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1B
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Yuli Gurriel
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Robinson Chirinos
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RF
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Josh Reddick
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White Sox Lineup
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Jon Jay
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Tim Anderson
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1B
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Jose Abreu
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C
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James McCann
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LF
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Eloy Jimenez
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3B
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Ryan Goins
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2B
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Yolmer Sanchez
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DH
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Matt Skole
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CF
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Adam Engel
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HOU Lineup
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Astros Lineup
CF
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George Springer
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2B
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Jose Altuve
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LF
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Michael Brantley
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3B
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Alex Bregman
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DH
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Yordan Alvarez
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SS
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Carlos Correa
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1B
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Yuli Gurriel
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C
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Robinson Chirinos
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RF
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Josh Reddick
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Astros Injuries
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Collin McHughHOU
Working through throwing program
After signing with Boston in early March, McHugh never began his throwing program before spring training was suspended while he continued to recover from a tenex procedure to address a right elbow injury he suffered last year. McHugh has since been able to kick off his rehab program at his home in Atlanta, and it sounds like he'll be ready to face hitters by the time teams are cleared to resume training. Assuming the right-hander requires nothing more than the typical buildup period that Boston's other starting candidates will face once workouts resume, he should have a good chance at cracking the Opening Day rotation. The Red Sox haven't completely ruled out using McHugh out of the bullpen, however.
OUT
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Justin VerlanderHOU
Feeling strong post-surgery
Verlander appears to be more concerned about the health of his lat rather than his groin at this juncture, as he noted that he's not quite throwing long toss at 100 percent as a safeguard against re-injuring his lat. The fact that he's pleased with where he stands in his recovery at this stage can at least be taken as a positive sign, and the 37-year-old looks like he'll be on track to make regular starts for Houston whenever the MLB season resumes.
OUT
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Aaron SanchezHOU
Not given contract
Sanchez will wind up making just four starts for Houston after coming over in a deadline-day trade from the Blue Jays. He suffered a shoulder injury in mid-August and underwent a procedure which could keep him out for the entirety of the 2020 campaign. Whether or not he's able to find a deal this winter will depend in large part on teams' assessment of his health.
OUT
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Yordan AlvarezHOU
Could see more field work in '20
Heading into the 2020 season, Alvarez will likely only be eligible as a utility player in most fantasy leagues after logging 74 appearances as a designated hitter in 2019 and only 10 in the outfield. The slugging 22-year-old is still expected to slot in as the Astros' primary DH in his sophomore campaign, but Alvarez could still see a boost in his field work on the occasions manager Dusty Baker wants to give veteran corner outfielders MIchael Brantley and/or Josh Reddick a breather. Before the MLB suspended its season March 12, Alvarez had been sidelined with soreness in both knees, but he's expected to be healthy once baseball resumes in mid-May or later.
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White Sox Injuries
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Michael KopechCHW
Reinstated from 60-day IL
After undergoing Tommy John surgery in September of 2018, the right-hander is expected to have a normal offseason and no restrictions in spring training. Prior to the surgery, Kopech recorded a 5.02 ERA with a 15:2 K:BB over 14.1 innings pitched for the White Sox in 2018.
OUT
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Carlos RodonCHW
Aiming for June return
Rodon went as far as saying a June return "is realistic," but the left-hander admits getting the White Sox management and medical staff to give him permission would be a sticking point. Original estimates pegged a July return for Rodon, who is in the final stages of rehab from Tommy John surgery. Rodon has been throwing three days per week at the team's spring-training complex in Glendale (Ariz.), including bullpen sessions on Mondays and Fridays. That's the same activity he would have been performing even if MLB had started its season on time.
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HOU Injuries
CHW Injuries
 
Astros Injuries
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Collin McHughHOU
Working through throwing program
After signing with Boston in early March, McHugh never began his throwing program before spring training was suspended while he continued to recover from a tenex procedure to address a right elbow injury he suffered last year. McHugh has since been able to kick off his rehab program at his home in Atlanta, and it sounds like he'll be ready to face hitters by the time teams are cleared to resume training. Assuming the right-hander requires nothing more than the typical buildup period that Boston's other starting candidates will face once workouts resume, he should have a good chance at cracking the Opening Day rotation. The Red Sox haven't completely ruled out using McHugh out of the bullpen, however.
OUT
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Justin VerlanderHOU
Feeling strong post-surgery
Verlander appears to be more concerned about the health of his lat rather than his groin at this juncture, as he noted that he's not quite throwing long toss at 100 percent as a safeguard against re-injuring his lat. The fact that he's pleased with where he stands in his recovery at this stage can at least be taken as a positive sign, and the 37-year-old looks like he'll be on track to make regular starts for Houston whenever the MLB season resumes.
OUT
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Aaron SanchezHOU
Not given contract
Sanchez will wind up making just four starts for Houston after coming over in a deadline-day trade from the Blue Jays. He suffered a shoulder injury in mid-August and underwent a procedure which could keep him out for the entirety of the 2020 campaign. Whether or not he's able to find a deal this winter will depend in large part on teams' assessment of his health.
OUT
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Yordan AlvarezHOU
Could see more field work in '20
Heading into the 2020 season, Alvarez will likely only be eligible as a utility player in most fantasy leagues after logging 74 appearances as a designated hitter in 2019 and only 10 in the outfield. The slugging 22-year-old is still expected to slot in as the Astros' primary DH in his sophomore campaign, but Alvarez could still see a boost in his field work on the occasions manager Dusty Baker wants to give veteran corner outfielders MIchael Brantley and/or Josh Reddick a breather. Before the MLB suspended its season March 12, Alvarez had been sidelined with soreness in both knees, but he's expected to be healthy once baseball resumes in mid-May or later.
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