Just like the weather, these hitters are hot, hot, hot

Just like the weather, these hitters are hot, hot, hot

Cincinnati Reds outfielder Spencer Steer has 1+ hit in 12 of his last 15 games.
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Hopefully everyone has been hydrating and mixing some vegetables back into your life after a long Fourth of July weekend, and it’s back to your regularly scheduled programming here at Bark Bets as we move full-steam into the summer months.

Baseball is the name of the game for today, and we figured a quick look at some hot hitters could be just the recipe for this Monday. We’ll offer up some trends and let you do the rest for your betting choices tonight. Good luck!

Hot hitter trends worth knowing as you prep your bets

Byron Buxton

  • 21 hits in his last 14 games
  • 2+ total bases in 11 of his last 13 games
  • 2+ hits in three straight games
  • .778 average vs. Chris Flexen in 10 plate appearances

Corey Seager

  • 1+ hit in 12 straight games
  • 2+ total bases in six straight games
  • .286 average vs. RHP

Spencer Steer

  • 1+ hit in 12 of last 15 games
  • 2+ total bases in five of last six games
  • 14 hits last 13 home games
  • 1-3 vs. Ryan Feltner

Jesse Winker

  • Nine hits in his last nine games
  • 2+ hits in three of his last five games
  • 13 hits in his last 10 at home, five times finishing with two hits
  • .385 average vs. Miles Mikolas in 14 plate appearances

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In the news …

MLB All-Stars announced — The All-Star rosters for both the American League and National League have been announced, with the MLB festivities scheduled for July 16 in Arlington, Texas. The Phillies are leading the way with seven players selected, and this year’s group skews quite young, with 32 first-time All-Stars, a good sign for the next generation of players. The NL is headlined by pitcher Paul Skenes, while Detroit Tigers ace and presumptive AL Cy Young favorite Tarik Skubal will be starting for the AL. 

Angel Reese sets WNBA record — Chicago’s Angel Reese is having quite the rookie season, and she just set a WNBA record on Sunday, putting up her 13th consecutive double-double. That 13th straight performance broke the record previously held by Candace Parker, and Reese is at least making the Rookie of the Year a conversation in the WNBA, as Caitlin Clark has been a massive favorite for months. Clark still owns the scoring edge and is -390 to win the award, but if you wanted to join this Reese train, you can nab her at +250 to win Rookie of the Year.

Wimbledon continues on — The men’s quarterfinals in Wimbledon are in full flight, with a few matchups already determined by the time this hits your inbox. You may be able to nab a live bet on Holger Rune right now if he’s looking OK against Novak Djokovic, as Action Network’s tennis experts liked the price on Rune at +280 prior to the 12:30 p.m. ET start. We’ve got plenty of women’s Wimbledon action too, namely backing Danielle Collins this morning against Barbora Krejcikova. Be sure to hop over to our sports betting hub each morning, when the tennis action is gearing up to hit the grass.

Today’s Bark Bets is written by Griffin Carroll. Follow him on Substack: griffybets.substack.com.

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