MLB 6/23/22 – PrizePicks Prop Leans - DFS Karma
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MLB 6/23/22 – PrizePicks Prop Leans

What’s up everyone! If you don’t know me, my name is Ben and I’m going to be taking over the Props division here at DFS and Bet Karma. This is a daily article that will be released featuring my favorite numbers on PrizePicks, Monkey Knife Fight and Underdog Fantasy for the day. If you don’t already have an account, sign up for any of the three with promo code ‘KARMA’ for a 100% deposit bonus. You can also get access to my official prop plays given out to subscribers by clicking here. For full transparency, you can view my past results as well, by clicking here. Let’s get to the plays!

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Dansby Swanson Over 6.5 Fantasy Points (PrizePicks)

Over 90 degrees with wind blowing out and the Braves are one of the best offensive spots today. Swanson has crushed lefties this season with a .396 wOBA and finally has been hitting up in the order.

Robbie Ray Over 6.5 Strikeouts

Will see a lot of righties but still strikes them out at over a 25% clip — really the only K prop I like today.

Hunter Greene Under 26.5.5 Fantasy Points (PrizePicks)

Over a 6 point gap between this number and Sam’s projections — tough match-up vs the Dodgers but he does have big strikeout ability.

Ronald Acuna Over 1.5 TB

Love this spot here, one of my favorite plays today. It’s still super hot in Atlanta, he crushes left-handed pitching and sinkers which is Wood’s most-used pitch.

Jose Ramirez Over 1.5 TB

Clearly the Guardians best hitter vs left-handed pitching, and more importantly strikes out just 5% of the time so balls get put into play. Smeltzer allows a big ISO to right-handed batters.

Written by Ben Hossler (Follow @BenHossler on Twitter)

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