Daily Dinger: Best Home Run Prop Bet Picks Today (Go Back to the Well with Giancarlo Stanton)

New York Yankees left fielder Giancarlo Stanton already has 3 RBI since returning to the lineup on August 25.
New York Yankees left fielder Giancarlo Stanton already has 3 RBI since returning to the lineup on August 25. / Paul Rutherford-USA TODAY Sports

After taking the day off on Friday, the BetSided team hopes to stay hot with Daily Dinger home run prop bet winners every day this week!

Last Thursday, Iain MacMillan got back on the board with Philadelphia Phillies slugger Kyle Schwarber as he extended his lead for home runs in the National League over MVP favorite Paul Goldschmidt of the St. Louis Cardinals.

Who are the top plays on the board available for Saturday? Here are our two favorites.

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Best Home Run Picks Today

Isaac Paredes - Tampa Bay Rays at Boston Red Sox

Rich Hill is 42 years old and ranks in the 15th percentile in expected slugging percentage (xSLG) against this year. That's bad news for him when Isaac Paredes of the Rays steps into the dish, because he's destroyed left-handers throughout the season.

Paredes has an absurd .351 isolated power, or ISO against left-handers this year, with seven of his 16 homers coming vs. southpaws despite 104 less at-bats.

Hill hasn't been the same pitcher as in years past with age starting to catch up to him, and while I like him to still get past his minuscule 3.5 strikeout prop, I also expect some hard contact as well, especially vs. someone like Paredes who loves facing lefties. -- Ben Heisler

Follow all of Ben's betting plays in real-time HERE!

Giancarlo Stanton - New York Yankees vs. Oakland Athletics

Stanton has been back for two games now and is still looking for his first homer back but I think he finds it against the Athletics starter Adam Oller. 

In 11 starts for the rebuilding A’s, Oller has allowed nearly two home runs per nine innings. He has an ERA of 6.41 and his FIP is even higher. You get the point, the rookie is in over his head.

With Stanton back in the lineup it’s pick your poison between him and Aaron Judge in the heart of the Yankees lineup. 

It was Judge who went deep last night, so I’ll go for Stanton tonight. -- Reed Wallach

Track all of Reed's bets at Betstamp HERE!