With 12 games of MLB action this Monday, May 23, there are plenty of accessory options for players to consider. Let’s review today’s best.
MLB Player Prop #1: Gerrit Cole to record a win (-134)
Match details New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles
Accessory: Baltimore Orioles @ New York Yankees
Date and Time: Monday, May 23, 7:05 p.m. WBS
Event place: Yankee Stadium, Bronx, Nueva York
Gerrit Cole takes on the Orioles again after facing them in his previous start. In that outing, he pitched seven strong innings, allowing two runs and striking out five. He was credited with the win during the Yanks’ 3-2 road win and will now be looking for his third straight win. He is 4-0 at this point in the season, and has received solid run support in most of his appearances.
“This is a work of art.” – @ New York Yankees
The Yankees are 15-6 at home and have won 16 of the last 20 at Yankee Stadium against Baltimore. Look for Cole to have another solid outing, and he should venture deep enough to earn his fifth win of the 2022 MLB season.
MLB Player Prop #2: Nick Castellanos Over 0.5 singles (-125)
Details of the match Atlanta Braves vs. Philadelphia Phillies
Accessory: Philadelphia Filis @ Atlanta Bravos
Date and Time: Monday, May 23, 7:20 p.m. EDT
event place: Truist Park, Atlanta, GA
Nick Castellanos revels in lefties this year, evidenced by a .366 average in 41 at-bats. The Phillies’ outfielder has always been better against lefties in his career, and against the Braves’ Tucker Davidson, he should have a good chance of hitting a base hit on Monday. Davidson doesn’t have a lot of major league experience and with Castellanos likely hitting in the middle of the order, he’s backing him up to get at least one single.
MLB Player Prop #3: David Peterson with 3.5+ strikeouts (-138)
Details of the game San Francisco Giants vs. New York Mets
Accessory: New York Mets @ San Francisco Giants
Date and Time: Monday, May 23, 9:45 p.m. EDT
Event place: Oracle Park, San Francisco, California
David Peterson takes the hill Monday in San Francisco for what will be his fourth start of 2022 and his first start since May 3. He has averaged 4.3 strikeouts per start this year, even though he has a lower Ks-for-nine rate compared to last season. .
«[David Peterson] everything worked.” – @ New York Mets
The Giants come down hitting around league average, but if Peterson can pitch five or more innings, then he should definitely hit four strikeouts.
Edited by Jodi Whisenhunt