Kenta Maeda Prop projections for Washington Nationals at Detroit Tigers on Jun 11, 2024

Kenta Maeda Player Prop: Strikeouts

Strikeouts Prop Odds:

  • Strikeouts 3.5 over: -140
  • Strikeouts 3.5 under: 110

Trends Favoring The Over Strikeouts Prop

According to the leading projection system (THE BAT), Jake Rogers (the Tigers's expected catcher in today's matchup) projects as a good pitch framer.

Low humidity has a small but significant connection with less offense (and more strikeouts), and the weather forecast expects the 3rd-least humid conditions on the slate today at 37%.

The wind projects to be blowing in from CF at 9-mph in this game, the 2nd-most-favorable of the day for mound aces.

Kenta Maeda will possess the home field advantage in today's matchup, which should bolster all of his stats in all categories.

Kenta Maeda's high utilization percentage of his secondary pitches (68.6% this year) ought to work in his favor considering they are typically much more effective than fastballs.

Trends Favoring The Under Strikeouts Prop

Taking into account both his underlying tendencies and the matchup, Kenta Maeda is projected to throw 78 pitches in today's game by the leading projection system (THE BAT X) system, which is the 4th-least on the slate.

The leading projection system (THE BAT) ranks Comerica Park as the 2nd-worst venue in the majors for strikeouts.

Built 602 feet above sea level, Comerica Park has the 9th-highest elevation among all stadiums, which usually leads (as a rule of thumb) to better offense.

The Washington Nationals have 6 bats in the projected offense that will have the benefit of the platoon advantage against Kenta Maeda today.

Given that groundball pitchers are hit hardest by flyball hitters, Kenta Maeda (38.8% GB% via the leading projection system, THE BAT) will be a bit disadvantaged in this matchup with 2 FB hitters in Washington's projected offense.

Kenta Maeda Strikeouts Prop Projection

Kenta Maeda is projected to have 4.3 Strikeouts in todays game.


Kenta Maeda Player Prop: Pitching Outs

Pitching Outs Prop Odds:

  • Pitching Outs 15.5 over: 136
  • Pitching Outs 15.5 under: -178

Trends Favoring The Over Pitching Outs Prop

The 4th-worst projected batting order of all teams on the slate in terms of overall hitting ability is that of the Washington Nationals.

According to the leading projection system (THE BAT), Jake Rogers (the Tigers's expected catcher in today's matchup) projects as a good pitch framer.

Comerica Park has the 2nd-deepest CF fences in Major League Baseball.

Low humidity has a small but significant connection with less offense (and more strikeouts), and the weather forecast expects the 3rd-least humid conditions on the slate today at 37%.

The wind projects to be blowing in from CF at 9-mph in this game, the 2nd-most-favorable of the day for mound aces.

Trends Favoring The Under Pitching Outs Prop

Taking into account both his underlying tendencies and the matchup, Kenta Maeda is projected to throw 78 pitches in today's game by the leading projection system (THE BAT X) system, which is the 4th-least on the slate.

The leading projection system (THE BAT) projects Comerica Park as the 5th-best ballpark in the league for walks.

Comerica Park has the 3rd-shortest fences in MLB.

The Washington Nationals have 6 bats in the projected offense that will have the benefit of the platoon advantage against Kenta Maeda today.

Given that groundball pitchers are hit hardest by flyball hitters, Kenta Maeda (38.8% GB% via the leading projection system, THE BAT) will be a bit disadvantaged in this matchup with 2 FB hitters in Washington's projected offense.

Kenta Maeda Pitching Outs Prop Projection

Kenta Maeda is projected to have 14.8 Pitching Outs in todays game.


Kenta Maeda Player Prop: Earned Runs

Earned Runs Prop Odds:

  • Earned Runs 1.5 over: -161
  • Earned Runs 1.5 under: 128

Trends Favoring The Over Earned Runs Prop

The leading projection system (THE BAT) projects Comerica Park as the 5th-best ballpark in the league for walks.

Comerica Park has the 3rd-shortest fences in MLB.

The Washington Nationals have 6 bats in the projected offense that will have the benefit of the platoon advantage against Kenta Maeda today.

Given that groundball pitchers are hit hardest by flyball hitters, Kenta Maeda (38.8% GB% via the leading projection system, THE BAT) will be a bit disadvantaged in this matchup with 2 FB hitters in Washington's projected offense.

The Detroit Tigers outfield defense profiles as the 3rd-weakest among every team on the slate today.

Trends Favoring The Under Earned Runs Prop

The 4th-worst projected batting order of all teams on the slate in terms of overall hitting ability is that of the Washington Nationals.

According to the leading projection system (THE BAT), Jake Rogers (the Tigers's expected catcher in today's matchup) projects as a good pitch framer.

Comerica Park has the 2nd-deepest CF fences in Major League Baseball.

Low humidity has a small but significant connection with less offense (and more strikeouts), and the weather forecast expects the 3rd-least humid conditions on the slate today at 37%.

The wind projects to be blowing in from CF at 9-mph in this game, the 2nd-most-favorable of the day for mound aces.

Kenta Maeda Earned Runs Prop Projection

Kenta Maeda is projected to have 2.2 Earned Runs in todays game.