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Astros vs Phillies Game 4 Player Props – Best Strikeout, Hits and Home Run Over/Unders for Wednesday

Chris Amberley

by Chris Amberley in MLB Baseball

Nov 2, 2022 · 9:34 AM PDT

Kyle Tucker smacks a hit
Oct 28, 2022; Houston, Texas, USA; Houston Astros right fielder Kyle Tucker (30) hits a single during the eighth inning against the Philadelphia Phillies in game one of the 2022 World Series at Minute Maid Park. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports
  • Check out the Astros vs Phillies player props for Game 4 of the World Series on Wednesday night
  • Will Kyle Tucker record a hit? How many strikeouts will Cristian Javier record?
  • Keep reading for all the available Phillies vs Astros player props, plus analysis and best bets

The story of Game 3 of the World Series between the Astros and Phillies was the long ball. Five different Philly batters took Houston starter Lance McCullers Jr. deep, as Philadelphia cruised to a 7-0 victory and a 2-1 series lead.

Game 4 goes tonight in Philly, and odds are live for the Astros vs Phillies player props. Houston was held to just five hits in Game 3, but we shouldn’t expect a power outage again tonight. They feasted on Game 4 starter Aaron Nola in the series opener, led by Kyle Tucker.

Astros vs Phillies Game 4 Player Props

Player 1+ Home Runs 1+ Hits 2+ Hits Pitcher Strikeouts
Yordan Alvarez (HOU) +290 -210 OFF N/A
Kyle Tucker (HOU) +360 -210 OFF N/A
Jose Altuve (HOU) +420 -250 OFF N/A
Alex Bregman (HOU) +430 -185 OFF N/A
Jeremy Pena (HOU) +450 -195 OFF N/A
Chas McCormick (HOU) +600 -130 OFF N/A
Yulieski Gurriel (HOU) +680 -195 OFF N/A
Cristian Javier (HOU) N/A N/A N/A 5.5 (-110o/-116u)
Kyle Schwarber (PHI) +320 -145 OFF N/A
Rhys Hoskins (PHI) +340 -145 OFF N/A
Bryce Harper (PHI) +350 -155 OFF N/A
Nick Castellanos (PHI) +370 -165 OFF N/A
J.T. Realmuto (PHI) +420 -160 OFF N/A
Jean Segura (PHI) +630 -165 OFF N/A
Alec Bohm (PHI) +700 -155 OFF N/A
Aaron Nola (PHI) N/A N/A N/A 6.5 (+116o/-148u)

Odds as of November 2 at FanDuel Sportsbook. Get the FanDuel Sportsbook bonus code to bet on your Astros vs Phillies Game 4 props.

Tucker smacked two home runs versus Nola in Game 1 and boasts -210 odds to get at least one hit in Game 4. That’s tied for the second shortest price among Houston hitters, but it might not be short enough given how hard he hits righties.



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Prop #1: Kyle Tucker 1+ Hits

Tucker is slashing .275/.359/.491 versus right-handed pitching this season, compared to .228/.279/.456 against lefties. 17 of his 30 home run came off righties like Nola, as did 38 of his 59 extra-base hits.

Tucker has hit safely in six of 10 postseason games, with a pair of multi-hit performances. He was actually much more productive on the road than at home this season (.850 vs .736 OPS), and the matchup is favorable.

Clearly he was seeing the ball well off Nola in Game 1, and the Phillies righty is coming in off back-to-back horrendous starts. He’s issued 13 hits, 11 runs and four homers in those outings, failing to make it out of the 5th inning in both starts.

Pick: Kyle Tucker 1+ Hits (-210), 2 units

Prop #2: Cristian Javier Over 5.5 Strikeouts

McCullers Jr. let us down in this market in Game 3, but he would have easily cashed his K prop if he could have kept the ball in the yard. He struck out five Phillies in only 4.1 innings of work, while Philadelphia batters fanned a total of 11 times on Tuesday night.

Javier enters play having struck out at least six hitters in six of his past seven starts. He finished tied for 14th in strikeouts this season with 194, and has racked up seven K’s in 6.2 innings of work during these playoffs.

The right-hander has been a strikeout machine in his brief playoff career, fanning 39 over only 26.2 innings over the past three postseasons.

Pick: Cristian Javier Over 5.5 Strikeouts (-110), 1 unit

Prop #3: Jeremy Pena 1+ Home Runs

Considering Javier rarely gives up the long ball (one home run allowed over his past 33.1 innings), we’ll continue to target Astros against Nola.

Jeremy Pena enters play with hits in four straight games, and has homered three times already in the postseason. 15 of his 22 home runs came off righties this season, and two of his three playoff dingers have so as well.

Pena ranks second on the team in slugging percentage and OPS this postseason, and third in average. He has a team high eight extra-base hits, and Nola has had issues giving up the long ball all season. He’s posted a 1.66 HR/9 rate in 2022, which is by far the worst mark of his eight-year career.

Pick: Jeremy Pena 1+ Home Runs (+450), 0.5 units


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