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Top RT Sports MLB Pick’Em Plays 3/29: Ronald Acuna Jr., Logan Allen, Cristian Javier

Lou shares his favorite RT Sports Pick’Em plays for the second day of the MLB season.

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA - OCTOBER 11: Ronald Acuna Jr. #13 of the Atlanta Braves hits a single against the Philadelphia Phillies during the fifth inning in Game Three of the Division Series at Citizens Bank Park on October 11, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images)

RT Sports has an amazing daily fantasy pick’em game where you can pick different props for a chance to win money! Pick at least two props, select “More” or “Less,” submit the picks, and you’re good to go! Below you will find my favorite lines to target for today’s slate of games, which you can mix and match with one other or add to your own favorite plays!

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Top MLB Prop Picks 3/29

Cristian Javier LESS Than 5.5 Strikeouts

Javier failed to reach five innings in any spring outing. The Yankees are a disciplined team at the plate; they do strikeout, but they make pitchers work and draw a lot of walks, which leads to high pitch counts. Javier will be lucky to get through five innings in this game, and it will limit his strikeout upside. He reached six Ks just one time in his five spring outings and had four or fewer Ks in his other four appearances.

Ronald Acuna Jr. MORE Than 0.5 Runs

Acuna is matchup-proof. So even though he is facing a perennial CY Young award candidate in Zack Wheeler, you shouldn’t be scared off. He was the best player in the National League last year, and he hits leadoff for one of, if not the best, lineups in baseball. This is a bet that I would make every day and feel confident about hitting on it 70% of the time.  To give you some perspective, he scored 149 runs in 159 games last season.

Logan Allen MORE Than 5 Strikeouts

After what we saw last night from the A’s lineup, it’s hard to imagine a scenario where they don’t strike out double-digit times tonight. Nine different A’s hitters went down on strikes last night, and although Allen isn’t a big-time strikeout pitcher, he has good stuff and averages around a K per inning, even against good teams. This is more of a play based on his matchup, though, which is excellent.

Joe Musgrove LESS Than 5.5 Strikeouts

Musgrove really struggled this spring and in his first start of the season during the Seoul series. He didn’t pitch enough during Spring Training either, and I believe he needs more time before actually being ready to pitch in big league games against big league opponents. He hasn’t topped 5 Ks in any of his outings in 2024, and it doesn’t look like that is going to change tonight. He will be lucky to get through five innings in this game based on what we have seen from him so far this year.