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MLB | May 29, 2023
Angels vs White Sox
|UNDER 8½ +100||
|Play Type: Premium|
*3 Star Play Under* Michael Kopech had fantastic stuff before injuries derailed his career for a couple years. He was one of the top pitching prospects in baseball. Kopech has now thrown two absolute gems in a row. He has thrown 15 innings in his last two starts. In those 15 IP- he has allowed just 3 hits and 0 runs. He has walked one batter and struck out 19. Kopech has allowed 2 runs or fewer in four of his last five starts.
Griffin Canning is an inconsistent pitcher, but he has a high upside and he showed that in his last start.
Both the Angels and White Sox are significantly better against left handed pitching than right handed pitching. In fact, Chicago is a dreadful 27th in weighted on base average against right handed pitching.
The under is 5-1 in the Angels last 6 vs. a right handed starter. The under is 5-2 in the White Sox last 7 vs. a right handed starter.
Take the under.
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