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Best World Series Prop Bets
Well, the final dance is all set: the Philadelphia Phillies and the Houston Astros will face off in the 2022 MLB World Series. The Astros have yet to lose a game this postseason and will look to complete the Postseason sweep for the first time since the Cincinnati Reds back in 1976. The Phillies, on the other hand, are looking to finish one of the best underdog stories with an exclamation point by winning their first World Series since 2008.
Who’s going to win? I have no idea. My heart says the Phillies, but my brain says the Astros. But I’m not here to break down the series–I’m here to give you my best series prop bets, regardless of who wins. You can check out the best bets to win World Series MVP here. All bets and odds are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook. If DraftKings isn’t available in your area, you can be sure to check out these other online sportsbooks.
Best Bet #1: Chas McCormick OVER 0.5 Series Home Runs (+135)
When you think about the Astros, you may not necessarily even consider the name Chas McCormick. However, he’s been a key part of the Astros success so far this postseason. He’s only hitting .250 so far this postseason, but he’s managed to hit two home runs (both against the Yankees) and has seen playing time in all but one of the Astros' postseason appearances. It’s hard to find plus money with these prop bets, but here’s a good longshot that might just cash in the coming days.
Best Bet #2: Series Most RBIs–Bryce Harper OVER Yordan Alvarez (+150)
This is a real clash of the giants here–combined, the two players have accounted for 19 total RBIs so far this postseason, and are undoubtedly the most dangerous bats in their respective lineups. Alvarez struggled in the ALCS against the Yankees, hitting only .214 with one RBI. On the other hand, Harper hit .400 in the NLCS and hit in 5 RBIs. Harper is definitely the hotter bat, and barring a barrage of walks, I think he’ll keep it coming in the World Series.
Best Bet #3: Alex Bregman OVER 5.5 Hits (+125)
Bregman has tallied five hits in each round of the postseason so far, and I expect him to make that at LEAST six here in the World Series. Bregman has totaled over 5.5 hits in two of the three World Series he has been a part of and is hitting .333 so far this postseason. Again, it’s a tough bet–but I’ll take plus money whenever I can.