Best MLB Props 6/22/21: MLB Picks and Predictions
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Tuesday is a full slate of games across the MLB and that means there is plenty of value across the board in terms of MLB props. Let’s take a look at the best MLB player props to make you money.
Tampa Bay Rays over 3.5 runs (-130)
The Tampa Bay Rays face off with Eduardo Rodriguez, and they should have no issue running up the score in this game. In each of the last three starts, Rodriguez has given up at least three runs, and the Rays are going to have no issue running up the score against him. Back the Rays to finish with over four runs.
Toronto Blue Jays, Miami Marlins / Neither team to reach four runs (+220)
Runs are going to be hard to come by in this game between the Toronto Blue Jays and Miami Marlins. Sandy Alcantara hasn’t been getting a ton of run support this season, but he has been strong, including his last game where he finished with a complete game, For the Marlins their offense has struggled all season, and they are going to have some major issues scoring again this game, Look for neither team to reach four runs.
Seattle Mariners to score run in the first inning (+195)
The Seattle Mariners have to be licking their chops getting to face off with Kyle Freeland. In each of the last three starts, Freeland has given up at least five runs, and two starts ago he gave up nine. Look for the Mariners to have at least one run cross the plate in the first inning.
Cincinnati Reds, Minnesota Twins / Tied after the first inning (-117)
Bailey Ober looks to be turning a quarter and in his last start for the Twins he didn’t give up a run. The Twins also have been getting off to slower starts in this game. One other thing to consider was these two teams played until after midnight local time on Monday night, and this is a quick turnaround. Look for the Reds and Twins to be tied after the first inning, probably at 0-0.