Daily Dinger: Best Home Run Prop Bet Picks Today (Trust Former MVP To Light Up Fenway)

Jun 11, 2022; Washington, District of Columbia, USA;  Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Christian
Jun 11, 2022; Washington, District of Columbia, USA; Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Christian / Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

We have a full slate of MLB games to choose from tonight, and the squad is ready to snap our four-day streak with no home run winners. 

Tonight, we’re going down to Houston for one pick, trusting a St. Louis Cardinal and expect to see some fireworks at Fenway Park. 

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Best Home Run Picks Today

  • Jose Altuve (+350) - PointsBet Sportsbook
  • Nolan Arenado (+320) - FanDuel Sportsbook
  • Christian Yelich (+500) - PointsBet Sportsbook

Jose Altuve (+350) – Houston Astros vs. Seattle Mariners

Altuve and the Astros have the potential for a big day tonight against Robbie Ray. Altuve has hit two home runs in the last week and tonight's matchup provides a good chance to do it again. Ray has given up six homers in his last four starts, two of which came against the Astros. If Ray continues to struggle keeping the ball in the park, I like Altuve to capitalize.  – Donnavan Smoot

Nolan Arenado (+320) – St. Louis Cardinals vs. Washington Nationals 

Arenado is hitting .307 with 12 homers this season against righties and now gets a favorable matchup against one of the least qualified pitchers in the sport. Anibal Sanchez has pitched 10 innings in the big leagues this season after missing all of 2021. In that time he has allowed seven runs and three home runs. He's outmatched and Arenado has been cracking against righty pitchers, so I'll take him to go deep. – Reed Wallach

Christian Yelich (+500) – Milwaukee Brewers vs. Boston Red Sox

Christian Yelich hasn't hit a home run since July 2nd, but I'm going to bet on that streak ending tonight when he and the Brewers take on the Boston Red Sox. The Bo Sox are trotting out Brayan Bello to get the start for them tonight, and he sports an absolutely disgusting ERA of 10.50 through his first three Major League starts. Also, the Boston bullpen has been terrible in July with an ERA of 4.23. Runs will be scored against the Red Sox tonight, and I'll back Yelich to go yard at least once. – Iain MacMillan

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