MLB Betting Guide: 5 Player Props for Wednesday, June 12

After a nice 3-2 evening, we're hungry for more MLB winners on Wednesday. Check out the 5 player props we have on tap for June 12.
Need an MLB player prop for Wednesday? Take a look at Cristopher Sanchez!
Need an MLB player prop for Wednesday? Take a look at Cristopher Sanchez!

Tuesday was another positive night for the home team, as our MLB player props ended up with a 3-2 mark. We lost by the hook on Jordan Hicks U4.5 but it's tough to ever complain with a profitable evening in this crazy business!

Wednesday's card looks promising! We have a nice mix of early afternoon and evening games to keep you in action for several hours. Check out our 5 MLB player props for Wednesday, June 12 below. Best of luck, folks!

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Tobias Myers Under 3.5 Ks (+112)

Myers has some serious potential but I'll jump on this plus money price, especially against a tough opponent like Toronto. The Jays have 6 players in their lineup with K-rates below 17%.

Even when this team struggles offensively, they still seem to put the ball in play. Myers, a former 6th round pick, has a really good changeup and a decent cutter.

That being said, this will only be his 8th start in the Majors. His K-rate isn't too bad, but his low whiff rate (15th) won't help him rack up strikeouts today. If the plus money is a sucker bet, sign me up!

Logan Webb Under 4.5 Ks (+100)

The Astros let me down last night against Hicks, but I'm going to give them another shot at redemption against Webb. The 27-year-old is one of the top ground ball pitchers in the league but he never seems to strike out many hitters.

One glaring sign of trouble with Webb is that he's been getting hit hard all season long. His hard-hit rate of 52.7% is the worst in baseball. That tells me that his sinker must not be breaking as sharply as in years past.

Houston's lineup misses Kyle Tucker tremendously, but they still have 6 players with K-rates below 18.1%. Give me another plus money Under!

Tanner Bibee Over 6.5 Ks (+116)

This line is awfully generous, especially when you consider that most other sportsbooks has this priced in the +100 to -106 range. Bibee has very quietly become one of the best strikeout pitchers in the American League.

The 25-year-old from Cal State Fullerton utilizes a 95 mph fastball and a nasty slider that touches 86 mph. Bibee shouldnt have any trouble carving up this free-swinging Reds lineup. Cincy has 5 players with K rates of 25% or higher.

Just how good has Bibee been? Well, his K-rate of 25.9% puts him in the 71st percentile. His whiff rate is also pretty impressive, as it ranks in the 70th percentile.

Cristopher Sanchez Over 5.5 Ks (-122)

Sanchez frustrates the heck out of me at times, but he's still worth a look tonight in my opinion. The 27-year-old lefty has had a good start to his season, even though his K-rate is down a little.

The 6'1", 165-pounder gets an excellent opportunity to improve his strikeout numbers against Boston. Most of the Red Sox hitters look lost at the plate against southpaws, so look for Sanchez to dominate.

Sanchez's K-rate may only be 21%, but his chase rate of 33.6% suggests that there are more strikeouts on the way. This kid's changeup and slider are both just plain filthy. This should be a fun one to watch!

Sonny Gray Over 6.5 Ks (-130)

Gray let us down last week, but I have no problem giving him a shot at redemption this evening against Pittsburgh. The P-Rats have 5 guys with strikeout rates above 24%. Even better than that, Gray sports a K-rate of 27.7% in his career against these hitters.

It's pretty fun to watch Gray pitch. He's only 5'10" but he still manages to blow hitters away with a hard-breaking cutter and a sinker that dives when it gets near the plate.

The 34-year-old Gray has a K-rate of 32.8%, which ranks in the 94th percentile. His whiff rate is also really good, at 29.4% (78th percentile). Let's play another Over to close out the Hump Day card!

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