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The White Sox have stayed alive and forced a Game 4 after a chaotic and exhilarating 12-6 Game 3 victory in the ALDS for the Chicago audience.

The Astros still lead the best-of-five series by two games to one, but the White Sox are confident heading into Game 4, which begins just over 15 hours after Game 3 ended.

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During the regular season, the White Sox batted a lot better at home, especially in the power department, and that trend continued into Game 3.

The Astros have proved that they can hit well just about anyplace, and it’s not like Game 3’s six runs were the reason for their loss. It boils down to pitching if we assume both offenses will show up.


For the White Sox, lefty Rodón takes the mound. On a rate basis, he pitched to a 2.37 ERA, 0.96 WHIP, and 185 strikeouts in 132 2/3 innings this season. After Game 4, there will be another, so manager Tony La Russa should rely on them.

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Time And TV Channels To Watch Live

Date: Monday, Oct. 11 2021 | Time: 3:37 p.m. ET
Time: 3:37 p.m. ET
Channel: FS1 | Stream: fuboTV
Location: Guaranteed Rate Field (Chicago, Illinois)
Starting pitchers: José Urquidy (HOU) vs. Carlos Rodón (CHW) has local correspondents across the globe who are behind the incredible journalism our portal enjoys.

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