Last Updated Sep 25, 2022, 11:41 AM

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The Detroit Tigers will square off with the host Chicago White Sox in the finale of a three-game AL Central set. First pitch is slated for 2:10 p.m. ET from Guaranteed Rate Field. Coverage will be on each team’s regional sports channel as well as MLB.TV.

This will be a pitching matchup between a lefty and a righty. LHP Tyler Alexander will take the mound for the Tigers. Dylan Cease is the starting pitcher for the White Sox. Alexander is 4-10 with an ERA of 4.91. Cease has a 14-7 record and his ERA is 2.13. 

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The Tigers defeated the White Sox 5-3 in the series opener. The Tigers are in last place in the AL Central. The Tigers have a run differential of -166. The Tigers are 3-2 in their last five games. In their last series, the Tigers took two out of three from the host Baltimore Orioles

Prior to Sept. 24, the White Sox were 6.5 games behind the Seattle Mariners for the final Wild Card spot in the AL. The White Sox have a run differential of -13. The White Sox are 1-4 in their last five contests. In their previous set, the White Sox were swept in three games by the visiting division-best Cleveland Guardians

Alexander has allowed 92 hits, 14 home runs, and 19 walks while tossing 45 strikeouts in 84.1 innings. The Tigers are 1-4 in Alexander’s last five outings. In Alexander’s last game vs. the Orioles on Sept. 19, he gave up no earned runs and two hits in seven innings. 

Cease has given up 117 hits, 14 home runs, and 71 walks in addition to throwing 217 strikeouts in 173 innings. The White Sox are 2-3 in Cease’s last five games. In Cease’s last contest vs. the Guardians on Sept. 20, he allowed one earned run and four hits in six innings. 

Before Sept. 25, the Tigers ranked 27th in batting average (.229), 29th in on-base percentage (.284) and last in slugging percentage (.343), RBI (480) and home runs (97). Shortstop Javier Baez leads the Tigers across the board in batting average (.240), home runs (14), RBI (58), on-base percentage (.280), and hits (123). First baseman Harold Castro is second on the Tigers with 101 hits and has 41 RBI. Future Hall of Famer Miguel Cabrera has 95 hits and 39 RBI. 

Prior to Sept. 25, the White Sox ranked second in batting average (.260), 14th in slugging percentage (.392), 15th in RBI (624), 16th in on-base percentage (.315), and 22nd in home runs (141). First baseman Jose Abreu leads the White Sox in batting average (.307), RBI (73), on-base percentage (.380), and hits (176). Right fielder Andrew Vaughn is tops for the White Sox in home runs (17) and is tied with Abreu in RBI. Left fielder AJ Pollock has 14 home runs and 56 RBI. 

The White Sox are favored by 1.5 runs against the Tigers. For the money line, it’s Tigers +215 and White Sox -267. The over/under is set for 7.5 runs. 

Before the contest, the Tigers were 72-78 against the spread overall and 39-36 against the spread on the road. For over/under, the Tigers are 57-83-10 overall and 30-41-4 on the road. 

Prior to the game, the White Sox were 67-84 against the spread overall and 30-46 against the spread at home. In terms of over/under, the White Sox are 68-76-7 overall and 34-38-4 at home. 

The White Sox will cover the spread and earn a commanding victory in the series finale.

Written by Rolando Rosa, our US sports betting industry expert. 

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