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Gary Sanchez MLB Player Props – Minnesota Twins vs Toronto Blue Jays, August 5, 2022

Gary Sanchez MLB Player Props - Minnesota Twins vs Toronto Blue Jays, August 5, 2022
2022-08-05 20:10:00 EDT

Gary Sanchez and the Minnesota Twins (55-50) face the Toronto Blue Jays (59-46) at Target Field on Friday. First pitch is scheduled for 8:10pm (ET). Let’s take a look at some of Sanchez’s Player props for the matchup. Jose Berrios is the probable pitcher for the Twins, while Tyler Mahle is the probable pitcher for the Blue Jays.

Home Run

  • Sanchez has hit 10 home runs this season.
  • His last home run came against the Rangers on July 9, 2022.
  • Sanchez has hit a home run in 10 of his 78 appearances this season.
  • Sanchez has hit a home run in two of his last 23 appearances.
  • At home, he’s hit a home run in two of his 37 appearances this season.
  • Toronto has allowed 123 home runs this season – ranking T24th in the Major Leagues.

Hits

  • Sanchez has recorded 59 hits this season and has a batting average of .209.
  • Toronto has allowed 864 hits this season – ranking 18th in the Major Leagues.
  • So far this season, opposing teams are batting .245 against the Blue Jays (ranking 18th).

RBI’s

  • Sanchez has recorded 40 RBIs this season – ranked T109th in the Major Leagues.
  • His last RBI came against the Brewers on July 27, 2022.
  • Sanchez has recorded at least one RBI in 21 of his 78 appearances this season.
  • Sanchez has recorded at least one RBI in three of his last nine appearances.
  • At home, he’s recorded at least one RBI in three of his 37 appearances this season.
  • At home, he’s recorded a RBI in one of his last 17 appearances.

Stolen Bases

  • Sanchez has recorded 2 stolen bases this season – ranked T191st in the Major Leagues.
  • His last stolen base came against the Brewers on July 27, 2022.
  • Sanchez has recorded a stolen base in two of his 78 appearances this season.
  • Sanchez has recorded a stolen base in one of his last six appearances.
Robert Steele's Free Pick:

Robert Steele

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