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Oddsmakers set White Sox win total for 2023 season

by Joe Binder

With less than two weeks until pitchers and catchers report, oddsmakers have been busy releasing various prop bets for the upcoming MLB season. Just recently over the past few days, many sportsbooks have also unveiled their 2023 regular season win totals.

Following an 81-81 season in 2022 and a lackluster offseason, the White Sox have an over/under that sits anywhere between 83.5-85.5 wins depending on where you look.

  • FanDuel Sportsbook: 83.5 wins
  • DraftKings Sportsbook: 83.5 wins
  • BetMGM Sportsbook: 84.5 wins
  • BetRivers Sportsbook: 85.5 wins
  • Barstool Sportsbook: 85.5 wins

This goes without saying but oddsmakers aren’t nearly as high on the White Sox as they were this time around last season. Looking back at 2022, the White Sox injured every anatomical region of the body (literally), saw underperformance from many expected key contributors, had numerous guys playing out of position, and employed a manager who never should’ve been hired in the first place. After finishing .500 with everything working against them and some unexpected twists over the past several months, it’s hard to say these odds are anything but fair for the White Sox.

Depending on how you feel about the team heading into 2023, you’re probably looking for the sites that have the White Sox pinned as underdogs to get the most value for your bets. In that case, DraftKings and FanDuel continue to be your best options not only for projected win totals but other prop bets as well.

It’s worth noting these opening over/under projections are purely speculative and will fluctuate based on betting volume. We will continue to monitor these odds throughout Spring Training.

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If moncada hits 400, Robert hits 60 hr and grandahl throws out every runner, then the Sox have a chance at………. 85 wins


Moncada couldn’t hit .400 in A ball. Grandal can’t even catch the ball, let alone throw anyone out. And Robert can’t stay healthy. 78 wins

Randy Hodo

These overpaid stink nuggets can only wish they could get 83.5 to 85.5 wins. They are going to suck more this year, than last year. They are still a train wreck. Suck on, Sox. Suck on.

Thomas Hall

The White Sox have been sleepwalking since the 2021 All Star Break! After being 54-35 at that point, they were barely over .500 the whole second half of the season! There were those who said don’t let that fool you! The people who let that fool them were those who thought the team could break out come playoff time! They were clearly a train that had derailed after the 2021 All Star Break! Their second half lethargy carried into the playoffs and into 2022! A predicted win total in the mid 80’s is optimistic considering that they had to go on a run just to finish 81-81 in 2022! The front office doing nothing? They either don’t care or they are totally clueless! How much do you want to bet that La Russa would be back in 2023 if it weren’t for his health issues? With any other team he would have been run out of town long ago!


87 wins.
I had no issue with departures including Abreu and Cueto. I did not buy into Clevinger to begin with but understood the reason why they did. Off season is more about free agency than making trades. I wouldn’t touch free agency with a ten-foot pole, especially with avarice asking’s. Now through June is the time to assess and to acquire. I like this team as it stands. I’d rather youth, our youth, at second and right than pursuing some other teams can’t miss but did miss (veteran) prospect.


What’s to like about this team Grandal is a back up on any other major league team. TA can’t field. No RF, No 2b. The only position they have depth at is DH. Lynn can’t push off the mound with his bad knee and he can’t push away from the dinner table. Giolito throws too many pitches per batter and the closer is probably out for the season. At best, they are 3rd place in the Central


Sox did very little to fix their still glaring holes. They still need a legit 2nd basement, RF (Colas is being rushed, he will prove he is not ready) and another starter.

They are banking on too many players having bounce back career years. This is a sure fire recipe for disaster.

I thinks the odd are spot and and I would be the under.

Thomas Hall

You would think that after the injury problems of the past two years the front office would have added depth! As you said, betting on things being different this year is like holding a gun with one bullet to your head and hoping that’s not the one bullet when you pull the trigger! Five playoff teams in 2022 had more injuries than the White Sox! What was the difference? Those teams had the depth to withstand injuries!

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