If you take a look at each of the teams sitting at the bottom of their respective divisions, you will see a lot of pretty horrendous run differentials on display. The lone exception to that rule is the -1 currently held by the Oakland A’s. They have been one of the better offensive teams in the AL, but their defense has killed them. We’ll see if that trend continues when they face the Chicago White Sox on Thursday night. Be sure to look out for more MLB odds by clicking here.
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