Kyle Harrison Prop projections for Los Angeles Angels at San Francisco Giants on Jun 16, 2024

Kyle Harrison Player Prop: Earned Runs

Earned Runs Prop Odds:

  • Earned Runs 2.5 over: -115
  • Earned Runs 2.5 under: -120

Trends Favoring The Over Earned Runs Prop

The 2nd-shallowest RF fences among all major league stadiums are found in Oracle Park.

The wind projects to be blowing out to CF at 12.7-mph in this match-up, the 2nd-most-favorable of the day for batters.

With 8 hitters who hit from the other side in the opposing team's projected lineup, Kyle Harrison will have a tough challenge while lacking the platoon advantage in most plate appearances in this matchup.

Kyle Harrison's high usage percentage of his fastball (62.5% this year) is likely hurting his results, considering they are typically much less effective than breaking or off-speed pitches.

Los Angeles's 92.7-mph exit velocity on flyballs makes them the #4 offense in the league since the start of last season by this stat.

Trends Favoring The Under Earned Runs Prop

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

The leading projection system (THE BAT) projects Oracle Park as the worst field in Major League Baseball for walks.

The league's tallest fence height (on average) can be found at Oracle Park.

As far as temperature and humidity are concerned, the 4th-most favorable pitching weather on the schedule is expected for this contest.

Home field advantage typically improves pitcher metrics across the board, and Kyle Harrison will hold that advantage in today's matchup.

Kyle Harrison Earned Runs Prop Projection

Kyle Harrison is projected to have 2.7 Earned Runs in todays game.


Kyle Harrison Player Prop: Strikeouts

Strikeouts Prop Odds:

  • Strikeouts 4.5 over: -110
  • Strikeouts 4.5 under: -115

Trends Favoring The Over Strikeouts Prop

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

Oracle Park's altitude is near sea-level, one of the lowest among all parks, which generally leads to lower offensive output.

As far as temperature and humidity are concerned, the 4th-most favorable pitching weather on the schedule is expected for this contest.

Home field advantage typically improves pitcher metrics across the board, and Kyle Harrison will hold that advantage in today's matchup.

Kyle Harrison has experienced some negative variance in regards to his strikeouts this year, putting up a 7.91 K/9 despite the leading projection system (THE BAT) estimating his true talent level to be 8.94 — a 1.03 K/9 deviation.

Trends Favoring The Under Strikeouts Prop

The leading projection system (THE BAT) ranks Oracle Park as the 10th-worst stadium in MLB for strikeouts.

The wind projects to be blowing out to CF at 12.7-mph in this match-up, the 2nd-most-favorable of the day for batters.

With 8 hitters who hit from the other side in the opposing team's projected lineup, Kyle Harrison will have a tough challenge while lacking the platoon advantage in most plate appearances in this matchup.

Kyle Harrison's high usage percentage of his fastball (62.5% this year) is likely hurting his results, considering they are typically much less effective than breaking or off-speed pitches.

Kyle Harrison Strikeouts Prop Projection

Kyle Harrison is projected to have 4.5 Strikeouts in todays game.


Kyle Harrison Player Prop: Pitching Outs

Pitching Outs Prop Odds:

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

Trends Favoring The Over Pitching Outs Prop

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

The leading projection system (THE BAT) projects Oracle Park as the worst field in Major League Baseball for walks.

The league's tallest fence height (on average) can be found at Oracle Park.

As far as temperature and humidity are concerned, the 4th-most favorable pitching weather on the schedule is expected for this contest.

Home field advantage typically improves pitcher metrics across the board, and Kyle Harrison will hold that advantage in today's matchup.

Trends Favoring The Under Pitching Outs Prop

The 2nd-shallowest RF fences among all major league stadiums are found in Oracle Park.

The wind projects to be blowing out to CF at 12.7-mph in this match-up, the 2nd-most-favorable of the day for batters.

With 8 hitters who hit from the other side in the opposing team's projected lineup, Kyle Harrison will have a tough challenge while lacking the platoon advantage in most plate appearances in this matchup.

Kyle Harrison's high usage percentage of his fastball (62.5% this year) is likely hurting his results, considering they are typically much less effective than breaking or off-speed pitches.

Los Angeles's 92.7-mph exit velocity on flyballs makes them the #4 offense in the league since the start of last season by this stat.

Kyle Harrison Pitching Outs Prop Projection

Kyle Harrison is projected to have 15.7 Pitching Outs in todays game.