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Top RT Sports MLB Pick’Em Plays 5/6: Shohei Ohtani, Jack Flaherty, Bobby Witt Jr.

Lou breaks down the best props to play for today’s MLB games on RT Sports.

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - MARCH 20: Shohei Ohtani #17 of the Los Angeles Dodgers hits a single in the 3rd inning during the 2024 Seoul Series game between Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres at Gocheok Sky Dome on March 20, 2024 in Seoul, South Korea. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/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, which you can mix and match with one other or add to your own favorite plays!

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Top MLB Prop Picks 5/6

Shohei Ohtani MORE Than 1.5 Total Bases

Ohtani, the leader in MLB batting average and hits, is a force to be reckoned with. With 10 HRs and 14 doubles this season, he’s not just hitting well; he’s hitting for power and for extra bases. Tonight, he’s up against Marlins rookie Roddery Munoz, who has shown promise in his first two outings this season but has yet to face a team as formidable as the Dodgers. Munoz’s early streak of success ends tonight, and Ohtani will play a significant role.

Jack Flaherty MORE Than 5.5 Strikeouts

Flaherty is winless this season but has pitched well enough to have three or four wins. His ratios are solid, and his strikeout numbers are eye-popping. He has struck out 50 batters in 36 innings and has at least six strikeouts in seven of his last eight starts, dating back to his final two Spring Training starts. He should be able to keep that going tonight against the Guardians.

Bobby Witt Jr. MORE Than 1.5 Total Bases

Witt Jr. continues to impress at the dish this season. Through his first 35 games, he is batting .319 with a .375 OBP, four HRs, 10 doubles, and five triples. He has been an extra-base hit machine, and he needs just one of those tonight to win this prop for us. He also has multiple hits in four of his last eight games, so he doesn’t necessarily need an XBH. To put the cherry on top, he has a pretty solid matchup tonight vs. Brewers starter Bryse Wilson.

Alex Wood LESS Than 4.5 Strikeouts

Wood has struggled for most of the season, and tonight, things won’t get easier for him against the defending world champions. The Rangers have an excellent lineup, and they should knock Wood out of this game early. Wood has made seven starts this season, striking out four or less in five of those starts. The stats and trends tell us to take the “less” here.