The Daily Dinger: Best Home Run Prop Bet Picks for Wednesday, April 13 (Target Dodgers vs. Twins for Long Balls)

Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Max Muncy is one of several Dodgers that have hit well against new Twins pitcher Chris Paddack in the past.
Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Max Muncy is one of several Dodgers that have hit well against new Twins pitcher Chris Paddack in the past. / Ralph Freso/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.

While WynnBET Sportsbook does not offer home run odds for specific players, you can still bet on all these games as well as several other prop bet opportunities to cash in on.

Odds shown are consensus.

Best Home Run Picks for Wednesday, April 13

  • Juan Soto (+500)
  • Freddie Freeman (+270)
  • Max Muncy (+300)
  • Gary Sanchez (+450)
  • Mitch Haniger (+300)

Juan Soto (+500) - Washington Nationals vs. Atlanta Braves

Hitter's park... the best hitter... and at +500? Yeah, sign me up.

Soto is a bit slow out of the gates, hitting .222 thus far, but has eight home runs in 27 starts at SunTrust Park so I'll take a stab with a reliable bat. -- Reed Wallach

Freddie Freeman (+500) - Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Minnesota Twins

Am I upset Freddie Freeman didn't come home to Canada in the offseason, and instead signed with the bad guys? Yes, I am.

But, that doesn't mean I can't bet on him to hit a dinger, because he's still pretty good at that.

He hasn't hit one yet this season in 14 plate appearances, so the former Atlanta Brave is due.

Chris Paddack will have his hands full with these Dodgers' bats, and I think Freeman will take one yard. -- Iain MacMillan

Max Muncy (+360) - Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Minnesota Twins

I'm going to piggy-back off our guy Donnavan Smoot's pick yesterday with Max Muncy, and hope he gets it going a day late against a familiar face in new Twins pitcher Chris Paddack.

Muncy in 12 at-bats, has three hits against Paddack, with all three going for doubles or home runs; slugging .667.

He's also put a charge into several balls of late, including a smash on Tuesday that Byron Buxton took away at 106 mph off the bat.

It's a chilly day in Minneapolis, but the wind is howling straight out at 17 mph or so at first pitch. For a fly ball hitter like Muncy, this sets up perfectly to get our first dinger pick of the season. -- Ben Heisler

Gary Sanchez (+450) - Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Minnesota Twins

Sanchez has already hit a home run this year and has some of the most power on the team.

He’ll face Clayton Kershaw today, who is vulnerable at this stage in his career. Kershaw had the highest ERA last season since his rookie year. On top of that, he allowed 15 homers in 22 starts.

Sanchez is never scared to swing the bat, and will be looking for one mistake by Kershaw. -- Donnavan Smoot

Mitch Haniger (+300) - Seattle Mariners vs. Chicago White Sox

The Seattle Mariners take on the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday night, and as our own Joe Summers’ mentioned, the Mariners have an advantage in this game becauseDallas Keuchel simply isn’t the same pitcher he once was.

I’m going to fade Keuchel and take Mariners slugger Mitch Haniger, who already has a pair of homers this season, to leave the yard tonight. Haniger is great against lefties in his career, slugging .505 and hitting 23 percentage points higher than he does against right handers.

Not only that, but Haniger is 8-for-29 in his career against Keuchel (.276), although he has never taken him yard. I think that ends tonight, especially with Keuchel trending in the wrong direction. -- Peter Dewey

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