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Brandon Woodruff OVER 5.5 Strikeouts (+112): Expert MLB Player Prop Betting Picks, Odds & Predictions | Tuesday, Sep. 28

There are some fantastic MLB bets on Tuesday, Sept. 28, according to the Awesemo model. With the help of the Awesemo expert MLB player prop betting tool, below are three of Awesemo’s best MLB bets for tonight.

Best MLB Bets Today: Player Prop Odds & Betting Picks

Brandon Woodruff Over 5.5 Strikeouts (+112)

Brandon Woodruff has been fantastic this season. With the Brewers having clinched the division and having nothing to play for in this one, it seems that Vegas is factoring in Woodruff being pulled earlier than usual. It is still a fantastic spot to smash the over. The Cardinals are also essentially locked into their spot, as their magic number to clinch the second wild card is just one. They are still rolling out their best lineup for now, although it has plenty of strikeouts from Tyler O’Neill, Dylan Carlson and Paul DeJong.


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Chris Bassitt Under 5.5 Strikeouts (-164)

Chris Bassitt returned from the IL to throw three effective innings but only 48 pitches five days ago. This means he is nowhere near stretched out and will probably cap out around 70 to 80 pitches. Bassitt does not have great strikeout stuff to begin with, relying on weak contact on the ground. Taking the under in this spot is the preferred play, as the Athletics are almost out of playoff contention and will surely not hesitate to pull Bassitt due to an elevated pitch count or ineffectiveness.

Gary Sanchez to Hit a Home Run (+500)

Gary Sanchez has had an up-and-down year to say the least, but the power is still certainly there. Sanchez has an xSLG of .455 and a fantastic 14% barrel rate this season. Hyun Jin Ryu has slowed down of late after starting the season strong. His stats are quite bad against power, with 42% hard hits given up and a .431 xSLG allowed. He still tries to keep the ball on the ground, but against Sanchez that could be a problem, as Sanchez tries to elevate the ball out of the year on every swing. These are fantastic odds for a home run hitter against a pitcher struggling to keep the ball in the yard.

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