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MLB Player Props Today – 6/4/24 DraftKings Pick6

Draftkings Pick6
June 4, 2024 8:00 pm EDT

The MLB season continues on Tuesday at 6:40 PM ET with 12 games taking place and there is value all across the board with the MLB Player Props Draftkings Pick6. 

Before we look at who should be in your Pick6 lineup, let’s go over a reminder about how the contest works. 

The goal for participants is to make more correct picks than the other participants in each contest. Winning entries receive a share of the available prizes. In Pick6, participants can build lineups of between 2 and 6 players and compete against participants with the same lineup size. The more picks you include in a lineup, the higher a payout could be.

David Peterson Under 4.5 Strikeouts Thrown

New York Mets pitcher David Peterson isn’t going to have an elite game on the mound here, and he’s not going to be mowing down batters here. In his first start of the season. Peterson went five innings against the Los Angeles Dodgers, going five innings, giving up seven hits and three runs. He had only three strikeouts, and he’s going to struggle to strike out the Washington Nationals. 

Anthony Rizzo over 1.5 Hits + Runs + RBIs

New York Yankees‘ first baseman, Anthony Rizzo, is going to have another strong game here. Bailey Ober has been inconsistent this season for the Minnesota Twins, and he’s been hit hard as of late. In his last start against the Kansas City Royals he went five innings giving up nine hits and six runs. Rizzo is going to jump all over Ober early, and he might finish with five or six hits, runs, and RBIs. 

Willi Castro under 1.5 Hits + Runs + RBIs

As good as the Yankees bats are going to be, the Twins bats are going to be that ice-cold. Luis Gill is on the mound for the Yankees and he has been dominant this season. He currently sits with an ERA of 1.99 and the Twins bats are going to struggle. Willi Castro is going to fail to reach base and the under will cash. 

Max Fried Under 6.5 Strikeouts

Atlanta Braves pitcher Max Fried has been strong heading into this game, but he has been getting more contact outs, and not as many strikeouts. In his last start against the Washington Nationals, he went eight innings giving up seven hits and zero runs. He had six strikeouts, and he’s going to finish right around that here. Fried is going to finish with five or six strikeouts and the under is going to cash.

Shane Mickle

Sports is about all Shane knows in this life! He has a passion for sports and writing, which makes working for Sportschatplace a perfect job for him! If you find him cheering for a team it's usually a Minnesota team, or the Kansas Jayhawks!

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