Daily Dinger: Best Home Run Prop Bet Picks Today (Springer to Stay Hot for Jays in Kansas City)

Toronto Blue Jays center fielder George Springer celebrates one of his 11 home runs in 2022.
Toronto Blue Jays center fielder George Springer celebrates one of his 11 home runs in 2022. / Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

There's only six games to chose from in Major League Baseball this evening, but there's still lots of intriuging options on the board for who may go deep.

After a slow start to last week, the BetSided team caught fire over the weekend, with winners on Friday and Saturday; including a 2-HR game from Bryce Harper Friday night for the Phillies.

Throughout the 2022 MLB season, the BetSided team goes over our top home run prop bet picks each day in our "Daily Dinger" plays.

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Here are our top home run prop bet picks for Monday, June 6, 2022.

Don't forget, you can follow along all season long with our "Daily Dinger" picks HERE.

Best Home Run Picks for Monday, June 6

  • Jose Altuve (+280)
  • George Springer (+240)
  • Rafael Devers (+315)
  • Eduardo Escobar (+500)

Jose Altuve (+280) - Seattle Mariners vs. Houston Astros

The Astros have not hit left-handed pitching well this season, but they may have a chance to leave the yard against Mariners starter Robbie Ray; allowing 11 homers already this season.

Astros second baseman Jose Altuve may not be hitting for average against lefties, but he has homered four times in just 40 plate appearances against southpaws this season. Altuve has 10 homers in total in 2022, and I trust him more than Houston’s other sluggers to get it done against the home-run prone Ray on Monday night. -- Peter Dewey

George Springer (+240) - Toronto Blue Jays vs. Kansas City Royals

Springer is lava-hot at the dish with two homers and 4 RBI in his last three games while hitting .333 over his last five.

The Jays head to muggy Kansas City to face left-hander Daniel Lynch; ranking in the 23rd percentile in MLB Statcast data for hard hit percentage, and 34th percentile in expected slugging (xSLG).

Springer already has 11 bombs on the season out of the leadoff spot and has destroyed lefties both over his career as well as this season. His isolated power vs. left-handers is .319, with league average rounding out to .140.

I'll back Springer to stay hot as the Jays look to make it six straight on the road. -- Ben Heisler

Rafael Devers (+315) - Boston Red Sox vs. Los Angeles Angels

Devers is as hot as any batter in baseball, hitting .341 on the year, and slugging .610 against right handed pitching this season.

10 of his 12 homers are against righties and he has a favorable matchup against Noah Syndergaard, who is starting a downward trajectory after a hot start to the season. The wind should be blowing out at Angels Stadium on Monday, making for ripe home run conditions.

I'll back Devers, who is in the middle of a hot Red Sox lineup, to go deep at north of 3-1 odds. -- Reed Wallach

Eduardo Escobar (+500) - New York Mets at San Diego Padres

The Mets take on the Padres on Monday night, but more importantly, they'll face lefty starter Blake Snell.

Escobar has fared much better against lefty pitchers this season. His batting average is .206 against righties, but .281 against lefties, and three of his four home runs this season have come against lefties.

Snell has struggled so far this season, and has given up 1.2 home runs per nine innings. I'll back Escobar to go yard tonight. -- Iain MacMillan