Jordan Hicks Prop projections for Houston Astros at San Francisco Giants on Jun 11, 2024

Jordan Hicks Player Prop: Pitching Outs

Pitching Outs Prop Odds:

  • Pitching Outs 16.5 over: -105
  • Pitching Outs 16.5 under: -125

Trends Favoring The Over Pitching Outs Prop

According to the leading projection system (THE BAT)'s assessment, Jordan Hicks's overall pitching talent is in the 85th percentile out of all starters in the majors currently.

It may be smart to expect worse results for the Houston Astros offense in future games, given that the leading projection system (THE BAT X) sees them as the 10th-luckiest offense in the league this year.

Projected catcher Patrick Bailey projects as an elite pitch framer, via the leading projection system (THE BAT).

The leading projection system (THE BAT) ranks Oracle Park as the 3rd-worst park in MLB for walks.

Oracle Park has the tallest fence height (on average) in the majors.

Trends Favoring The Under Pitching Outs Prop

John Libka grades out as a Hitters Umpire and is scheduled to be calling pitches in today's game.

The 2nd-shallowest right field fences among all parks are found in Oracle Park.

The wind projects to be blowing out to RF at 10.3-mph in this game, the 2nd-strongest of the day for hitters.

Jordan Hicks's high usage rate of his fastball (56.5% this year) is likely harming his results, consider they are typically much less effective than breaking or off-speed pitches.

With a 1.04 disparity between Jordan Hicks's 2.82 ERA and his 3.86 FIP, it's safe to say he's been one of the most fortunate pitchers in baseball this year and should see negative regression in the future.

Jordan Hicks Pitching Outs Prop Projection

Jordan Hicks is projected to have 16.7 Pitching Outs in todays game.


Jordan Hicks Player Prop: Earned Runs

Earned Runs Prop Odds:

  • Earned Runs 2.5 over: 112
  • Earned Runs 2.5 under: -154

Trends Favoring The Over Earned Runs Prop

John Libka grades out as a Hitters Umpire and is scheduled to be calling pitches in today's game.

The 2nd-shallowest right field fences among all parks are found in Oracle Park.

The wind projects to be blowing out to RF at 10.3-mph in this game, the 2nd-strongest of the day for hitters.

Jordan Hicks's high usage rate of his fastball (56.5% this year) is likely harming his results, consider they are typically much less effective than breaking or off-speed pitches.

With a 1.04 disparity between Jordan Hicks's 2.82 ERA and his 3.86 FIP, it's safe to say he's been one of the most fortunate pitchers in baseball this year and should see negative regression in the future.

Trends Favoring The Under Earned Runs Prop

According to the leading projection system (THE BAT)'s assessment, Jordan Hicks's overall pitching talent is in the 85th percentile out of all starters in the majors currently.

It may be smart to expect worse results for the Houston Astros offense in future games, given that the leading projection system (THE BAT X) sees them as the 10th-luckiest offense in the league this year.

Projected catcher Patrick Bailey projects as an elite pitch framer, via the leading projection system (THE BAT).

The leading projection system (THE BAT) ranks Oracle Park as the 3rd-worst park in MLB for walks.

Oracle Park has the tallest fence height (on average) in the majors.

Jordan Hicks Earned Runs Prop Projection

Jordan Hicks is projected to have 2.2 Earned Runs in todays game.


Jordan Hicks Player Prop: Strikeouts

Strikeouts Prop Odds:

  • Strikeouts 4.5 over: 104
  • Strikeouts 4.5 under: -142

Trends Favoring The Over Strikeouts Prop

Projected catcher Patrick Bailey projects as an elite pitch framer, via the leading projection system (THE BAT).

Built just 8 feet above sea level, Oracle Park has one of the lowest elevations in the majors, which often leads to lower offensive output.

According to the weather report, the temperature and humidity for this contest will be the 3rd-most favorable for pitching of all games on the slate today.

Jordan Hicks will hold the platoon advantage over 6 opposing hitters in this game.

Because groundball batters struggle against groundball pitchers, Jordan Hicks (52.1% GB% via the leading projection system, THE BAT) is well-situated in today's game with 3 GB hitters in the opposing club's projected batting order.

Trends Favoring The Under Strikeouts Prop

John Libka grades out as a Hitters Umpire and is scheduled to be calling pitches in today's game.

The leading projection system (THE BAT) ranks Oracle Park as the 8th-worst stadium in MLB for strikeouts.

The wind projects to be blowing out to RF at 10.3-mph in this game, the 2nd-strongest of the day for hitters.

Jordan Hicks's high usage rate of his fastball (56.5% this year) is likely harming his results, consider they are typically much less effective than breaking or off-speed pitches.

Jordan Hicks Strikeouts Prop Projection

Jordan Hicks is projected to have 4.9 Strikeouts in todays game.