MLB Odds: Best Alternate Betting Lines For White Sox vs. Twins

  • The Minnesota Twins to cover 1.5 runs has odds of +190.
  • The Chicago White Sox F5 runline is set at -145, Chicago has the best F5 record in the MLB.
  • The Twins O/U team total of 3.0 listed at -160.

CHICAGO – The Chicago White Sox (20-13) will host the Minnesota Twins (12-21) in the second game of a three-game series on Wednesday night.

The game has a variety of alternate lines to choose from and the following are some of the most intriguing.

Minnesota Twins -1.5 (+190)

The Minnesota Twins are hot at the plate recently, ranking first in WAR over the last two weeks. The Twins also rank first in slugging, sixth in batting average and seventh in OBP in the same span. They will be facing Dallas Keuchel who has a 3.79 ERA and 1.21 WHIP.

Minnesota will send J.A. Happ to the mound who has a 1.91 ERA and 0.85 WHIP this season. Minnesota also ranks seventh in the MLB in hits against left-handed pitchers this year.

Twins Alternate Spread Betting Odds

  • -4.5 +525
  • -3.5 +350
  • -2.5 +265
  • -1.5 +185
  • +2.5 -300
  • +3.5 -475
  • +4.5 -750

White Sox F5 Runline (-145)

The Chicago White Sox have the best F5 runline record in the MLB with a record of 22-4-7. Online sportsbooks list Chicago as -145 betting favorites on the runline but it might be worth laying the extra value.

First Five Inning Betting Odds

  • Moneyline: CHW -145, MIN +110
  • Spread: CHW -0.5 (EVEN), MIN +0.5 (-130)
  • Total: O/U 4.5

Twins Over 3.0 Runs (-160)

MLB bettors can bet the Over 3.0 runs for the Twins team total and get odds of -160. Minnesota has scored at least three runs in 12 of their last 13 games. If someone were to be a little risky and bump the total up to 3.5 or 4.0 they would be rewarded with better odds, but this line trends towards being at worst a push.

Twins Team Total Betting Odds

  • Over 2.5 -200
  • Over 3.0 -160
  • Over 3.5 -110
  • Over 4.0 +120
  • Over 4.5 +145

How to Watch

The game is set to start at 8:10 p.m. EST and can be watched on MLB Extra Innings, MLB.TV or NBC Sports Chicago.

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