MacKenzie Gore Prop projections for Miami Marlins at Washington Nationals on Jun 14, 2024

MacKenzie Gore Player Prop: Earned Runs

Earned Runs Prop Odds:

  • Earned Runs 2.5 over: -110
  • Earned Runs 2.5 under: -110

Trends Favoring The Over Earned Runs Prop

The Miami Marlins have been the unluckiest offense in the league this year, according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X), and are likely to positively regress the rest of the season

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

In the league, Nationals Park's right field dimensions are the 10th-shallowest.

Hot weather is strongly correlated with more offense (and fewer whiffs), and the weather forecast calls for the 2nd-hottest temperature of all games today at 85°.

Trends Favoring The Under Earned Runs Prop

The leading projection system (THE BAT) projects MacKenzie Gore in the 80th percentile when assessing his overall pitching talent.

The leading projection system (THE BAT) projects Nationals Park as the 6th-worst ballpark in Major League Baseball for base hits.

MacKenzie Gore has a reverse platoon split and has the benefit of facing 8 opposite-handed batters today.

Home field advantage generally boosts pitcher stats in all categories, and MacKenzie Gore will hold that advantage in today's game.

In his previous GS, MacKenzie Gore was in good form and conceded 1 ER.

MacKenzie Gore Earned Runs Prop Projection

MacKenzie Gore is projected to have 2.5 Earned Runs in todays game.


MacKenzie Gore Player Prop: Strikeouts

Strikeouts Prop Odds:

  • Strikeouts 6.5 over: 128
  • Strikeouts 6.5 under: -161

Trends Favoring The Over Strikeouts Prop

MacKenzie Gore projects as the 18th-best starting pitcher in baseball currently as it relates to his strikeout talent, per the leading projection system (THE BAT).

MacKenzie Gore has averaged 96.6 adjusted pitches per start this year, ranking in the 93rd percentile.

MacKenzie Gore has a reverse platoon split and has the benefit of facing 8 opposite-handed batters today.

Home field advantage generally boosts pitcher stats in all categories, and MacKenzie Gore will hold that advantage in today's game.

MacKenzie Gore was in good form in his previous GS and compiled 7 strikeouts.

Trends Favoring The Under Strikeouts Prop

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

The #7 stadium in the league for suppressing strikeouts, per the leading projection system (THE BAT), is Nationals Park.

Hot weather is strongly correlated with more offense (and fewer whiffs), and the weather forecast calls for the 2nd-hottest temperature of all games today at 85°.

Considering the 0.09 discrepancy between MacKenzie Gore's 10.72 K/9 and his 10.63 estimated true talent K/9 (via the leading projection system, THE BAT), it's safe to say he's been one of the most fortunate pitchers in the game this year in terms of strikeouts and should perform worse going forward.

MacKenzie Gore Strikeouts Prop Projection

MacKenzie Gore is projected to have 6.3 Strikeouts in todays game.


MacKenzie Gore Player Prop: Pitching Outs

Pitching Outs Prop Odds:

  • Pitching Outs 17.5 over: -135
  • Pitching Outs 17.5 under: 105

Trends Favoring The Over Pitching Outs Prop

The leading projection system (THE BAT) projects MacKenzie Gore in the 80th percentile when assessing his overall pitching talent.

MacKenzie Gore has averaged 96.6 adjusted pitches per start this year, ranking in the 93rd percentile.

The leading projection system (THE BAT) projects Nationals Park as the 6th-worst ballpark in Major League Baseball for base hits.

MacKenzie Gore has a reverse platoon split and has the benefit of facing 8 opposite-handed batters today.

Home field advantage generally boosts pitcher stats in all categories, and MacKenzie Gore will hold that advantage in today's game.

Trends Favoring The Under Pitching Outs Prop

The Miami Marlins have been the unluckiest offense in the league this year, according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X), and are likely to positively regress the rest of the season

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

In the league, Nationals Park's right field dimensions are the 10th-shallowest.

Hot weather is strongly correlated with more offense (and fewer whiffs), and the weather forecast calls for the 2nd-hottest temperature of all games today at 85°.

MacKenzie Gore Pitching Outs Prop Projection

MacKenzie Gore is projected to have 17.1 Pitching Outs in todays game.