Hunter Brown Prop projections for Houston Astros at Los Angeles Angels on Jun 8, 2024

Hunter Brown Player Prop: Pitching Outs

Pitching Outs Prop Odds:

  • Pitching Outs 17.5 over: -120
  • Pitching Outs 17.5 under: -110

Trends Favoring The Over Pitching Outs Prop

Among all major league stadiums, Angel Stadium's left field dimensions are the 10th-deepest.

The weather report expects the 3rd-most favorable pitching conditions on the slate, as it relates to temperature and humidity.

Hunter Brown is an extreme groundball pitcher (49.9% GB% per the leading projection system, THE BAT), which should make him somewhat immune to the dangers of pitching in Angel Stadium — the #6 HR venue among all parks — in this game.

Among every team in action today, the 5th-strongest infield defense is that of the the Houston Astros.

Given that flyball pitchers hold a big advantage over flyball batters, Hunter Brown and his 49.9% underlying FB% (via the leading projection system, THE BAT) finds himself in a strong position in this game squaring off against 2 opposing FB batters.

Trends Favoring The Under Pitching Outs Prop

Hunter Brown has recorded 13.7 outs per outing this year, ranking in the 10th percentile.

It may be best to expect stronger performance for the Los Angeles Angels offense in the future, given that the leading projection system (THE BAT X) believes they are the 5th-unluckiest offense in the majors this year.

Yainer Diaz, the Astros's expected catcher in today's game, projects as a weak pitch framer according to the leading projection system (THE BAT).

Angel Stadium grades out as the #6 stadium in the majors for home runs, per the leading projection system (THE BAT).

Angel Stadium has the lowest fences among all major league parks.

Hunter Brown Pitching Outs Prop Projection

Hunter Brown is projected to have 16.6 Pitching Outs in todays game.


Hunter Brown Player Prop: Earned Runs

Earned Runs Prop Odds:

  • Earned Runs 2.5 over: 115
  • Earned Runs 2.5 under: -160

Trends Favoring The Over Earned Runs Prop

It may be best to expect stronger performance for the Los Angeles Angels offense in the future, given that the leading projection system (THE BAT X) believes they are the 5th-unluckiest offense in the majors this year.

Yainer Diaz, the Astros's expected catcher in today's game, projects as a weak pitch framer according to the leading projection system (THE BAT).

Angel Stadium grades out as the #6 stadium in the majors for home runs, per the leading projection system (THE BAT).

Angel Stadium has the lowest fences among all major league parks.

Playing on the road generally diminishes pitcher stats in all categories due to the lack of home field advantage, which should be the case for Hunter Brown in today's game.

Trends Favoring The Under Earned Runs Prop

Among all major league stadiums, Angel Stadium's left field dimensions are the 10th-deepest.

The weather report expects the 3rd-most favorable pitching conditions on the slate, as it relates to temperature and humidity.

Hunter Brown is an extreme groundball pitcher (49.9% GB% per the leading projection system, THE BAT), which should make him somewhat immune to the dangers of pitching in Angel Stadium — the #6 HR venue among all parks — in this game.

Among every team in action today, the 5th-strongest infield defense is that of the the Houston Astros.

Given that flyball pitchers hold a big advantage over flyball batters, Hunter Brown and his 49.9% underlying FB% (via the leading projection system, THE BAT) finds himself in a strong position in this game squaring off against 2 opposing FB batters.

Hunter Brown Earned Runs Prop Projection

Hunter Brown is projected to have 2.5 Earned Runs in todays game.


Hunter Brown Player Prop: Strikeouts

Strikeouts Prop Odds:

  • Strikeouts 5.5 over: 128
  • Strikeouts 5.5 under: -161

Trends Favoring The Over Strikeouts Prop

The leading projection system (THE BAT) forecasts Hunter Brown in the 81st percentile as it relates to his strikeout talent.

The Los Angeles Angels have 3 bats in their projected batting order today with a high (i.e. over 27%) underlying K% (according to the leading projection system, THE BAT X) (Kyren Paris, Mickey Moniak, Jo Adell).

The leading projection system (THE BAT) ranks Angel Stadium as the 5th-best park in MLB for strikeouts.

The weather report expects the 3rd-most favorable pitching conditions on the slate, as it relates to temperature and humidity.

Given that flyball pitchers hold a big advantage over flyball batters, Hunter Brown and his 49.9% underlying FB% (via the leading projection system, THE BAT) finds himself in a strong position in this game squaring off against 2 opposing FB batters.

Trends Favoring The Under Strikeouts Prop

Yainer Diaz, the Astros's expected catcher in today's game, projects as a weak pitch framer according to the leading projection system (THE BAT).

Playing on the road generally diminishes pitcher stats in all categories due to the lack of home field advantage, which should be the case for Hunter Brown in today's game.

Hunter Brown has utilized his slider 16.7% less often this season (8.4%) than he did last year (25.1%).

Hunter Brown has been lucky in regards to his strikeouts this year, posting a 9.76 K/9 despite the leading projection system (THE BAT) estimating his true talent level to be 9.32 — a 0.44 K/9 gap.

Hunter Brown Strikeouts Prop Projection

Hunter Brown is projected to have 5.6 Strikeouts in todays game.