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Michael A. Taylor MLB Player Props – Kansas City Royals vs Boston Red Sox, August 5, 2022

Michael A. Taylor MLB Player Props - Kansas City Royals vs Boston Red Sox, August 5, 2022
2022-08-05 20:10:00 EDT

Michael A. Taylor and the Kansas City Royals (42-64) face the Boston Red Sox (53-54) at Kauffman Stadium on Friday. First pitch is scheduled for 8:10pm (ET). Let’s take a look at some of Taylor’s Player props for the matchup. Josh Winckowski is the probable pitcher for the Royals, while Zack Greinke is the probable pitcher for the Red Sox.

Home Run

  • Taylor has hit 6 home runs this season.
  • His last home run came against the Rays on July 23, 2022.
  • Taylor has hit a home run in six of his 77 appearances this season.
  • Taylor has hit a home run in one of his last 13 appearances.
  • At home, he’s hit a home run in five of his 41 appearances this season.
  • At home, he’s hit a home run in four of his last 19 appearances.
  • Boston has allowed 116 home runs this season – ranking T19th in the Major Leagues.

Hits

  • Taylor has recorded 70 hits this season and has a batting average of .275.
  • Boston has allowed 911 hits this season – ranking 26th in the Major Leagues.
  • So far this season, opposing teams are batting .250 against the Red Sox (ranking 22nd).

RBI’s

  • Taylor has recorded 28 RBIs this season – ranked T199th in the Major Leagues.
  • His last RBI came against the Angels on July 25, 2022.
  • Taylor has recorded at least one RBI in 21 of his 77 appearances this season.
  • Taylor has recorded at least one RBI in five of his last 21 appearances.
  • At home, he’s recorded at least one RBI in 13 of his 41 appearances this season.
  • At home, he’s recorded at least one RBI in eight of his last 21 appearances.

Stolen Bases

  • Taylor has recorded 1 stolen base this season – ranked T251st in the Major Leagues.
  • His last stolen base came against the Giants on June 14, 2022.
  • Taylor has recorded a stolen base in one of his 77 appearances this season.
Robert Steele's Free Pick:

Robert Steele

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