After an ugly 7-2 loss last night at Detroit, the White Sox hope to shake things off with Lance Lynn (3-5, 6.28 ERA) on the bump facing off against Detroit’s Joey Wentz (1-4, 7.45 ERA).
Ever since Steve Stone volunteered to be Lance Lynn’s nutritionist, Lynn has won two starts, giving up only three earned runs in 13 combined innings. For a pitching staff that couldn’t find the plate last night, it’ll be up to the veteran starter to right the ship.
Lynn will face off against a Detroit Tigers team currently second-to-last in team OPS, with Riley Greene, Zach McKinstry and Akil Baddoo being the sole batters with an OPS+ above 100.
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Meanwhile, Detroit’s Joey Wentz is coming off his shortest start of the year, giving up six runs and lasting only two innings against the Washington Nationals. He has shown a propensity to give up the long ball, which could be a boon for a Sox lineup that has struggled to deliver consistent power.
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