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MLB Home Run Odds, Props and Picks for FanDuel Dinger Tuesday (April 26)

Chris Amberley

by Chris Amberley in MLB Baseball

Apr 26, 2022 · 6:40 AM PDT

Bo Bichette at the plate
Toronto Blue Jays' Bo Bichette at bat during the fourth inning of a baseball game against the Houston Astros, Friday, April 22, 2022, in Houston. (AP Photo/Eric Christian Smith)
  • FanDuel Sportsbook is running a special MLB home run promo each Tuesday in the 2022 season
  • Bet on any player to hit a homer today and you will get a $5 free bet for each home run hit in that game by either team
  • Below, see today’s HR prop odds plus picks for FanDuel’s “Dinger Tuesday” on April 26

It’s free money Tuesday courtesy of this special MLB FanDuel Sportsbook promo. Bet at least $25 on any player to hit a home run on Tuesday and you will earn a $5 bonus for each home run hit in that player’s specific game by anyone on either team.

A number of home run props have already been listed as of Tuesday morning. Below you’ll find all the home run odds as of 9am ET, plus a bet to target and details on how you can opt-in to this exclusive FanDuel Sportsbook promo.

MLB Home Run Odds – April 26

Brewers vs Pirates 1+ Home Runs
Dan Vogelbach +385
Willy Adames +450
Hunter Renfroe +460
Rowdy Tellez +480
Yoshitomo Tsutsugo +530
Bryan Reynolds +530
Christian Yelich +540
Diego Castillo +570
Andrew McCutchen +670
Kolten Wong +750
Ben Gamel +830
Omar Narvaez +830
Kevin Newman +980
Jace Peterson +1100
Lorenzo Cain +1200
Ke’Bryan Hayes +1200
Roberto Perez +1500
Josh VanMeter +1500
Rockies vs Phillies 1+ Home Runs
Rhys Hoskins +330
Bryce Harper +360
Kyle Schwarber +400
Ryan McMahon +420
C.J. Cron +420
Nick Castellanos +450
Randal Grichuk +520
Kris Bryant +520
Connor Joe +570
Charlie Blackmon +590
J.T. Realmuto +640
Didi Gregorius +700
Jean Segura +750
Elias Diaz +750
Brendan Rodgers +810
Odubel Herrera +810
Alec Bohm +830
Jose Iglesias +1400
Red Sox vs Blue Jays 1+ Home Runs
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. +290
Rafael Devers +320
George Springer +370
J.D. Martinez +390
Matt Chapman +400
Bo Bichette +430
Enrique Hernandez +450
Lourdes Gurriel +460
Xander Bogaerts +460
Trevor Story +460
Bobby Dalbec +480
Alejandro Kirk +540
Zack Collins +640
Alex Verdugo +810
Jackie Bradley +830
Raimel Tapia +980
Santiago Espinal +980
Christian Vazquez +1040
Royals vs White Sox 1+ Home Runs
Luis Robert +410
Hunter Dozier +420
Jose Abreu +420
Yasmani Grandal +430
A.J. Pollock +430
Andrew Vaughn +500
Bobby Witt Jr. +500
Tim Anderson +540
Gavin Sheets +570
Jake Burger +610
Carlos Santana +660
Andrew Benintendi +660
Michael Taylor +700
Cam Gallager +870
Adalberto Mondesi +900
Whit Merrifield +1040
Josh Harrison +1040
Nicky Lopez +1100

Odds as of April 26 at FanDuel Sportsbook

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How Does FanDuel Dinger Tuesday Work?

First, head on over to FanDuel Sportsbook and create an account if you don’t have one already. If you’re already signed up don’t worry, this isn’t just a promo for new customers; it’s open to all FanDuel Sportsbook users each Tuesday during the MLB season.

Once you have an account, opt-in to the Dinger Tuesday promo via FanDuel Sportsbook’s “Promos” page. (Second from the top in the left-hand menu.) Then place a minimum $25 wager on any player to hit a home run on Tuesday, April 26.

For each home run that’s hit in that game, regardless of which team hits it, you will receive $5 in free bets from FanDuel Sportsbook. If the player you bet on hits a homer as well, you will also win your qualifying wager.

So, if there are five home runs in the game you will come out roughly even regardless of whether the player you picked hits a home run.

However, five homers in a game is extremely rare so don’t expect this to be a winning long-term play unless you’re making smart picks with your qualifying wager.

Home Run Best Bet for April 26

On that note, one player to target to go deep on Tuesday is Toronto’s Bo Bichette. The 24-year-old has smacked two dingers already this season, and draws a very favorable matchup against Boston’s Nick Pivetta.

Bichette has crushed versus Pivetta in his young career, going 8-for-17 (.471) with two homers. Pivetta has already served up four home runs in 13.2 innings pitched in 2022, and has struggled to keep the ball in the yard throughout his career.

Pivetta has coughed up on average over 1.9 home runs per 9 innings twice in his past three seasons, and is currently on pace for a 3.09 HR/9 rate in 2022. The league average this year for what it’s worth, is just 0.9.

The Red Sox vs Jays matchup is one of the few on Tuesday’s slate with a total above 8 runs, and the Rogers Center is traditionally one of the most hitter friendly parks in baseball. Oh and by the way, no MLB team has gone deep more this season than Toronto.

Pick: Bo Bichette Home Run (+430)

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