On May 6, 2024, at 6:50 PM, the Chicago White Sox will go head-to-head with the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. The game is set against a backdrop of scattered clouds, promising a typical evening for baseball. Michael Soroka, with an ERA of 6.480, will take the mound for the White Sox, while Tyler Alexander, sporting a 5.023 ERA, will pitch for the Rays. In the 2024 AL Central Division, the White Sox are currently 15th with a record of 6-23, indicating a winning percentage of 0.21. They’ve won just 3 of their last 10 games, and have a struggling divisional record of 2-16. At home, their record is slightly better at 5-10 compared to a dismal 1-13 on the road. The White Sox have scored 79 runs this season but have allowed a substantial 157. Meanwhile, the Rays sit at 11th in the AL East Division with a 14-16 record, achieving a 0.47 winning percentage. They’ve also won 3 of their recent 10 matches and are coming into this game on a winning streak. The Rays show a balanced performance both at home (8-9) and away (6-7), with an equal number of wins in day and night games at 7 each. They’ve scored a total of 117 runs while conceding 148 so far this season.