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Top RT Sports MLB Pick’Em Plays 5/10: Ronald Acuna Jr., Corey Seager, Anthony Volpe

Lou shares his top RT Sports plays for Friday’s MLB slate.

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, which you can mix and match with one other or add to your own favorite plays!

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Top MLB Prop Picks 5/10

Ronald Acuna Jr. MORE Than 0.5 Runs

Acuna has been bad this season by his standards. The reigning NL MVP is batting just .261 with two HRs and eight RBIs. Tonight, though, he and the Braves have a great matchup against LHP Jose Quintana, and they should score plenty of runs. With Acuna batting in the leadoff spot, he should be able to score a run in this ballgame.

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Corey Seager MORE Than 7 Fantasy Points

Seager started the season really slowly but has begun to turn things around, with hits in five of his past six games. He and the Rangers head to Coors Field tonight and have a great matchup against Austin Gomber. Look for Seager to have a big night at the dish.

Anthony Volpe MORE Than 0.5 Runs

Volpe is having a great season overall. He bats lead-ff for a great Yankees lineup and hits in front of two of the best run producers in baseball: Juan Soto and Aaron Judge. Volpe scores plenty of runs because of it, and he also has the speed to steal bases and put himself in scoring position, as well as the HR power to drive himself in.

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Trevor Rogers LESS Than 5 Strikeouts

Rogers got beat up badly in his latest start, and things don’t get easier for him tonight against the Phillies, who are playing great baseball. Taking this a step further, Rogers has had more than five strikeouts just once since the beginning of April, so the five strikeouts seem like a high total.