In the final game of a three-game set at LoanDepot park, the Miami Marlins (31-58) face the Chicago White Sox (26-65), Sunday at 1:40 PM ET.

The White Sox (+118 underdog moneyline odds) are away versus the Marlins (-140). The Marlins will give the ball to Edward Cabrera (1-2) versus the White Sox and Jonathan Cannon (1-2).

Huascar Brazoban (2.0 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 5 K) was credited with the win in the Marlins’ 4-3 victory over the White Sox yesterday. Dane Myers led the way offensively, going 3-for-4 with a home run and three RBI. Mike Soroka (3.0 IP, 2 R, 4 H, 4 K) took the loss for the White Sox.

Ahead of the Marlins vs. White Sox matchup, here’s what you need to prepare for Sunday’s baseball action, including viewing options.

Miami Marlins vs. Chicago White Sox odds and betting lines

MLB odds courtesy of BetMGM Sportsbook. Odds updated Sunday at 3:17 AM ET. For a full list of sports betting odds, access USA TODAY Sports Betting Scores Odds Hub.

  • Favorite: Marlins (-140, bet $140 to win $100)
  • Underdog: White Sox (+118, bet $100 to win $118)
  • Over/under: 8

Marlins vs. White Sox: Live streaming info & game time

  • Game Day: Sunday, July 7, 2024
  • Game Time: 1:40 PM ET
  • Stadium: LoanDepot park
  • TV Channel: Bally Sports
  • Live Stream: Fubo (Watch for free)

Marlins stats and trends

Marlins betting records

  • The Marlins have entered the game as favorites 14 times this season and won three, or 21.4%, of those games.
  • This season Miami has won two of its seven games when favored by at least -140 on the moneyline.
  • The implied probability of a win from the Marlins, based on the moneyline, is 58.3%.
  • So far this season, Miami and its opponents have hit the over in 46 of 89 games with a total.
  • The Marlins are 39-49-0 against the spread in their 88 chances this season.

Edward Cabrera (Marlins probable starter)

  • Cabrera (1-2) gets the starting nod for the Marlins in his sixth start of the season. He’s put together a 7.17 ERA in 21 1/3 innings pitched, with 31 strikeouts.
  • His last appearance was on Wednesday, May 8 against the Los Angeles Dodgers, when the right-hander tossed two innings, surrendering four earned runs while allowing just one hit.
  • The 26-year-old has an ERA of 7.17, with 13.1 strikeouts per nine innings, in five games this season. Opposing hitters have a .244 batting average against him.
  • Cabrera is trying to secure his second quality start of the season.
  • Cabrera will try to pick up his third outing of five or more innings pitched this season. He’s averaging 4.2 innings per appearance.
  • So far he has allowed at least one earned run in all of his outings.
  • The opposing White Sox offense has a collective .222 batting average, and is 28th in the league with 666 total hits and last in MLB play with 291 runs scored. It has the 29th-ranked slugging percentage (.349) and ranks 27th in home runs (80) in all of MLB.

Marlins batting stats

  • The Marlins’ 70 home runs rank last in MLB this season.
  • Hitters for Miami have combined to rank 29th in MLB with a team slugging percentage of just .349 this season.
  • The Marlins’ .231 batting average ranks 23rd in the league this season.
  • Miami has scored 309 runs (just 3.5 per game) this season, which ranks 29th in MLB.
  • The Marlins are among the worst in the league at getting on base, ranking last with an OBP of .281.
  • Miami is ranked 13th in strikeouts per game (8.2) among MLB offenses.

White Sox stats and trends

White Sox betting records

  • The White Sox have been underdogs in 85 games this season and have come away with the win 22 times (25.9%) in those contests.
  • This season, Chicago has come away with a win 18 times in 75 chances when named as an underdog of at least +118 or longer on the moneyline.
  • The moneyline set for this matchup implies the White Sox have a 45.9% chance of walking away with the win.
  • Contests with Chicago has gone over the total set by oddsmakers in 41 of 91 chances this season.
  • The White Sox are 41-49-0 against the spread in their 90 games that had a posted line this season.

Jonathan Cannon (White Sox probable starter)

  • Cannon makes the start for the White Sox, his eighth of the season. He is 1-2 with a 4.62 ERA and 32 strikeouts through 39 2/3 innings pitched.
  • In his last time out on Saturday, June 29, the right-hander went 5 2/3 innings against the Colorado Rockies, allowing three earned runs while surrendering three hits.
  • The 23-year-old has a 4.62 ERA and 7.4 strikeouts per nine innings during eight games this season, while allowing a batting average of .277 to opposing hitters.
  • Cannon is trying to collect his third quality start of the season.
  • Cannon will try to secure his sixth game of five or more innings pitched this season. He averages 4.9 innings per appearance.
  • He has held his opponents without an earned run in two of his eight appearances this season.
  • The opposing Marlins offense has a collective .231 batting average, and is 21st in the league with 695 total hits and 29th in MLB action with 309 runs scored. They have the 29th-ranked slugging percentage (.349) and are last in all of MLB with 70 home runs.

White Sox batting stats

  • The White Sox have hit the fourth-fewest home runs in baseball this season (80).
  • So far this season, Chicago has the second-lowest slugging percentage in the majors (.349).
  • The White Sox have the second-worst batting average in the majors (.222).
  • Chicago scores the fewest runs in baseball (291 total, 3.2 per game).
  • The White Sox’s .283 on-base percentage is the second-worst in MLB.
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