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Daily Dinger: Best Home Run Prop Bet Picks for Friday, May (Look To Astros, Marlins & Mets For Homers)

New York Mets Francisco Lindor.
New York Mets Francisco Lindor. / Greg Fiume/GettyImages

Throughout the season, our BetSided team will put our collective heads together and share our favorite picks across Major League Baseball for our favorite picks to go deep on that slate of games.

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Home Run Picks for May 13, 2022

Jorge Soler, Miami Marlins (+590)

I’m going down to Miami for the dinger today. Soler has hit two homers in the last week and I like the odds for him to keep it going in a new series today. The Brewers have allowed 1.44 home runs per 9 innings in the last three games. They are vulnerable to a longshot, especially after allowing 14 runs to the Cincinnati Reds. The Marlins are just outside the top 10 in home runs per game, and I think Soler is the one to put them over the edge today. – Donnavan Smoot

Kyle Tucker, Houston Astros (+380)

Nationals' starter Josiah Gray is struggling keeping the ball in the park, allowing a home run to fly ball rate of nearly 13% while also allowing fly balls on more than 3/4 of balls put in play. Now he will face a Houston lineup that has big bats all over, but I think Tucker provides intriguing value. He's hitting .280 against righties and 4 of his 5 homers have been against right handed pitchers. While a slugger like Yordan Alvarez is closer to +250, I'll go a little bit further down and count on Tucker to go deep on Friday. – Reed Wallach

Francisco Lindor, New York Mets (+425)

I will be in attendance for my daily dinger pick tonight, so let's go Francisco Lindor! He'll be facing off against Mariners lefty Marco Gonzales, and Lindor has been much better against left-handed pitchers this season. He has a batting average of .259 against lefties, compared to .225 vs. righties. Gonzales has also been giving up a ton of home runs this season, surrendering 2.8 dingers per nine innings. I think Lindor goes yard tonight. – Iain MacMillan

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