Set for a May 4th showdown, the Chicago White Sox will lock horns with the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium starting at 2:15 PM under potential light rain conditions.

Erick Fedde is slated to start as pitcher for the White Sox, carrying an impressive ERA of 2.596 into the matchup. The Cardinals will counter with Lance Lynn, who brings a slightly higher ERA of 2.641.

The White Sox are currently at the bottom of the 2024 AL Central Division, with a record of 6-23 (a .21 winning percentage), placing them 15th overall and 5th within their division based on their 2-16 divisional record. Their recent performance shows only 3 wins in their last 10 games with a current losing streak of 1. The team has been struggling both at home, with a 5-10 record, and even more so on the road with just 1 win against 13 losses. They have a slightly better record in night games, having won 4 out of 6 games, compared to only 2 daytime victories. They’ve scored 79 runs while allowing 157.

In contrast, the Cardinals are ranked 10th in the NL Central with a record of 13-15, which results in a .46 winning percentage. They’re 4th in their division after losing all 3 divisional games played. Recent form shows them with 4 wins in their last 10 outings, also on a 1-loss streak. At home, they have a 5-7 record, and have balanced an 8-8 road record. Like the White Sox, the Cardinals also perform better under the lights, securing 9 wins at night against 4 during the day. The Cardinals have scored 100 runs and conceded 123.