When the Chicago White Sox and Milwaukee Brewers compete in Wisconsin, the best center in the Midwest will take center position on “Sunday Night Baseball”.
Although White Sox starter Lance Lane is second in qualifying starters in the MLB, he has only started six laps this season and has not been so dominant – having a 2.84 ERA with 4.5 wacks in nine innings. Posted and opponents are taking .314 numbers at the base. Percentage at home, it has 1.50 ERA and .225 competitor OBP.
Brewer starter Brendan Woodruff finished third among ERA qualifiers. 832 WIP, which is No. 1. He has a 6.8-1 strike rate at home and overall opponents are moving away from him.
The Brewers averaged 76 per game in April and May averaged 76 after 767. Then in June and July, the average of each game entered the weekend of 2.5 runs. In the last 30 days, the White Sox have a bull run of 5.20 while the Brewers are leading the league with a 2.41 ERA. That adds up to Sunday night’s home team win.
the game: Brewers, -125.