Matt and Brian came through again! Dylan Cease and the Sox fell short of making it a perfect 3 for 3, but the bets went 2-1 last night with 2 plus money winners thanks to Aaron Judge’s 60th long ball and the top of the NL East taking care of business. We’re back at it tonight with a full slate of MLB action, there is day baseball but not bets for that today. If you want to bet along with us, sign up with any of the sportsbook welcome offers below. Onto our Top MLB Prop Bets for September 21st.
Top MLB Prop Bets for September 21st
Guardians vs White Sox 1st Half Under 4.0 (-130, Caesars)
This is definitely more juice than I like to lay, but I don’t really love the board today and I do really like this pitching matchup. The division race is essentially sewn up with the Guardians win last night, but Cleveland can really put the dagger in tonight. Tristan McKenzie throws against Lance Lynn. McKenzie is a terrible matchup for the White Sox. He’s a big strikeout pitcher who gets batters to chase, and the White Sox love to chase pitches out of the zone. Lance Lynn has been really good for the Sox yesterday, and I don’t see him being a letdown today. I think we see another early, low scoring battle before going to the bullpens.
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Xander Bogaerts Over 0.5 RBI (+145, DraftKings)
Bogaerts isn’t Boston’s best run producer, but he is their top hitter and has hit Chase Anderson well, going 5-for-10 off him during his career. Batting 3rd should allow Xander a few opportunities with guys on base tonight, and although I’d like him to struggle, (ya know, to help Aaron Judge keep the BA lead), I expect a good game from him. Getting these kind of odds on a 3-hole hitter to record an RBI is insane and the reason he’s a part of our Top MLB Prop Bets for September 21st.
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Jesus Luzardo Under 7.5 Strikeouts (-125, BetMGM)
The lefty has been rocky in Miami and hasn’t exactly exhibited the stuff we saw when he first showed up in Oakland. His strikeout numbers have been more of a roller coaster than the stock market and he’s only gone over this prop ONCE over his last twelve starts. Jesus K’d 6 Cubs in early August and that was during a 1 hit outing over 7 innings. Personally, I’m not a fan of betting unders, but this prop screams “BET ME!”
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Aaron Judge HR (+215, FanDuel)
I said it yesterday and am sticking true to my word. The number is short but still longer than expected and better than anywhere else. The dude is not human this season and he’ll be a part of our Top MLB Prop Bets for September 21st and beyond.
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