Chicago White Sox vsSeattle Mariners Prediction
The Seattle Mariners are 2-3 at home this season and the Chicago White Sox are 3-3 on the road this season. This is a close match-up with both teams having a 45 to 55 percent chance of winning based on 10,000 game simulations generated one play at a time by the AccuScore Simulation Supercomputer. White Sox' starter Dallas Keuchel is forecasted to have a better game than Mariners' starter Justin Dunn. Dallas Keuchel has a 42% chance of having a Quality Start (QS) while Justin Dunn has a 27% chance of a QS. If Dallas Keuchel has a quality start the White Sox has a 76% chance of winning. His simulated strikeout to walk ratio is 4.4 and he has a 34% chance of having a 5 to 1 K/BB ratio. When he has a 5/1 ratio the White Sox win 54%. In Justin Dunn quality starts the Mariners win 74%. He has a 12% chance of having a 5 to 1 K/BB ratio and if he does his team wins 74% of simulations. In simulations we tracked the batter for each team that was most productive based his average hits, walks and RBI per simulation. The most productive batter for the Seattle Mariners is Kyle Lewis who averaged 2.65 hits+walks+RBI. He has a 47% chance of having a big game with 3+ Hits, Walks, RBI and if he has a big game the Mariners have a 57% chance of winning. The most productive batter for the Chicago White Sox is Tim Anderson who averaged 2.79 hits+walks+RBI. He has a 50% chance of having a big game with 3+ Hits, Walks, RBI and if he has a big game the White Sox have a 67% chance of winning.