NBC and Peacock will host Sunday’s game between the Chicago White Sox and the Boston Red Sox with the first pitch set for 11:35 am ET at Fenway Park in Boston, MA. Dallas Keuchel (1-3, 8.40 ERA) will be on the mound for Chicago, while Michael Wacha (3-0, 1.38) will start for Boston.
The White Sox are currently on a five-game winning streak and picked up the first two of these three fixtures against the Red Sox. Chicago have only 4.3 runs per game in their last five games, but that is better than how they played in April, where the White Sox were on a seven-game losing streak. Standout shortstop Tim Anderson will play a big part in today’s game as he has five strokes through the first two games. Anderson also hit .337 (team high) with four home runs and nine RBI.
The Red Sox have struggled desperately, losing six of their last eight games and are currently trying to break a four-match loss. One of the main reasons why Boston isn’t having a great season is their lack of offense. They are only averaging 2.4 runs per game in their last five games. This season, Boston has 3.32 runs per game, which puts them 27th in the major. If they want to win, then it’s up to Rafael Devers, who is hitting .293 with four home runs and 11 RBI this season.
White Sox vs. Red Sox
thrower: Dallas Keuchel vs. Michael Wacha
First pitch: 11:35 a.m. ET
Local broadcasts White Sox: NBC/Peacock
Red Sox local broadcast: NBC/Peacock
Live broadcast: Peacock, Peacock App
Money line opportunities: White Sox +130, Red Sox -150
To watch Monday’s White Sox-Red Sox fight, you’ll need a subscription to Peacock, available for $4.99 per month. Occasionally, Apple will offer a free trial, so be sure to check their website for available offers. Once you have a valid subscription, you can live stream the game on Peacock or use the Peacock App.