Want to get your weekend started off on the right foot? We got you! Here are 4 FanDuel MLB Props for Friday, April 21. Best of luck!
Over 0.5 Hits Parlays
Christian Yelich & Francisco Lindor (-110)
Before his 0-2 night the other night, Yelich went 3-5 and a homer against Seattle in the 1st game of the doubleheader. While Yelich has been hitting only .220 against right-handed pitchers this season, he has had success against Pivetta. He has gone 4-11 in his career against him for a .364 average.
Lindor has had even more success against his pitching foe today. He has hit successfully in 8 of his 14 at-bats against DeSclafani for a .533 average.
Currently, Lindor is on a 3-game hit streak and has picked up a hit in 9 of his last 10 games. This is after going just 2-18 to start the season, he has slowly grown his average with this recent 10-game stretch.
Jonathan India & Gleyber Torres (-115)
India is hitting .444 against Keller in his career in his 9 at-bats. He is hitting nearly .320 on the season and is coming off a 3-4 night against the Pirates. Through 19 games, India is having his best season at the dish, granted it is only his 3rd season.
He has had much of his success against right-handed pitchers like Keller, who he faces today. He is hitting an impressive .354 against them.
Torres has been the opposite of India in that he has been finding more success against left-handed pitchers. While he is just 10-50 against righties, he has gone to hit .300 against the lefties. He has faced Kikuchi 18 times in his career and has picked up a hit on 8 of them for a .444 average.
Tyler Mahle UNDER 5.5 Ks (-115)
Mahle has been digressing since his opening start in terms of strikeouts. He opened the season with 7 against Miami, and in his latest start against the Yankees, he finished with just 5.
Today, he faces a Nationals team that is #1 in the league in strikeouts. They are only getting sat down on average of 6.72 times per game.
Noah Davis OVER 4.5 Ks (+120)
Davis is starting just his 2nd game of the season. In his debut, he finished with 5 strikeouts through 5 innings of work. He is on the road facing the struggling Phillies.
The Phillies are averaging over 10 Ks per game at home. With the lack of film on Davis, we expect the Phillies to continue to struggle and let Davis get over 4 Ks.