Best MLB Prop Bets Today (Look To Hunter Greene, Jesus Luzardo and Kyle Wright To Fan Batters All Night)

Atlanta Braves pitcher Kyle Wright.
Atlanta Braves pitcher Kyle Wright. / Todd Kirkland/GettyImages

We have a fun Tuesday night ahead of us in MLB action. There's some aces on the mound and some pitchers trying to reach that level.

The BetSided team is all in on prop bets for the MLB season, sharing our favorite and best prop bet picks each day during the year. 

Today, we looked at three pitchers and chose our side to back tonight. Let's get into the picks.

Best MLB Prop Bets Record to Date

  • MLB Best Prop Bets Record: 43-45-0 

Here are the plays our team is eyeing for tonight’s slate with odds coming from WynnBET and consensus lines. 

Best MLB Prop Bets Today

  • Hunter Greene OVER 5.5 Strikeouts (-108)
  • Jesus Luzardo OVER 5.5 Strikeouts (-115)
  • Kyle Wright OVER 5.5 Strikeouts (-135)

Hunter Greene OVER 5.5 Strikeouts (-108)

Seeing this prop with these odds is a great sight. Greene has only missed this line once this season. Without that start, he’s averaging 6.5 strikeouts per game. Greene has been extremely efficient this season. He’s on the mound for an average of 4.04 innings per start – and still fanning nearly seven a night. – Donnavan Smoot

Jesus Luzardo OVER 5.5 Strikeouts (-115)

Miami Marlins starter Jesus Luzardo has been strong to start the 2022 season, as he’s compiled a 3.08 ERA through five starts and has struck out 35 batters in 26.1 innings.

Tonight, Luzardo and the Marlins take on the Arizona Diamondbacks, who are one of the worst hitting teams in baseball right now. Arizona strikes out an average of 9.13 times per game, and Luzardo has registered six or more punchouts in three of his five starts this season.

Baseball Savant has Luzardo in the 87th percentile in strikeout percentage and 85th percentile in whiff percentage. He should be able to dominate the weak Diamondbacks lineup on Tuesday. – Peter Dewey

Kyle Wright OVER 5.5 Strikeouts (-135)

Wright went seven innings in his second consecutive start last Tuesday, in a 3-1 loss to the Mets. He only struck out three; unusual considering he had averaged  13 strikeouts per nine innings in his first four starts of the season.

To Boston's credit, they strike out the 10th-fewest times in all of baseball, but they're still an absolute mess on both sides.

So far at home, Wright is 3-0 with a 0.47 ERA; striking out 25 batters in 19 innings. He's allowed just one run at home this year in 19 innings.

In addition to Wright's K-prop, I also love the Red Sox team total prop of UNDER three runs at plus-value of +105. – Ben Heisler