April 25th MLB Player Props – Best Homerun, Strikeout, and Hits Props to Bet for Sunday


Michael Conforto running to first base

New York Mets’ Michael Conforto runs to first base for a single during the second inning of the team’s baseball game against the Washington Nationals on Friday, April 23, 2021, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

  • There are 16 games of MLB action set for Sunday, April 25th
  • Player props have been posted for 11 games as of early Sunday morning
  • See the available player props plus best bets for Sunday’s games

There’s another full slate of MLB action on Sunday, with 16 games on the card. That means there are plenty of player props to be considered.

For the second weekend in a row, the two powers of the National League West are clashing, as the San Diego Padres are in Chavez Ravine to face the Los Angeles Dodgers.

There’s also a doubleheader between the Atlanta Braves and Arizona Diamondbacks on tap.

The table below outlines the main hitter and pitcher props available for April 25th action, courtesy BetMGM.

MLB Player Props for April 25th

Brewers vs Cubs 1+ Home Run 1+ Hits No Hits Pitcher Strikeouts
Avisail Garcia (MIL) +775 -278 +190 TBD
Jackie Bradley Jr (MIL) +725 -238 +170 TBD
Keston Hiura (MIL) +600 -182 +135 TBD
Luis Urias (MIL) +1250 -128 -105 TBD
Omar Narvaez (MIL) +900 -208 +160 TBD
Travis Shaw (MIL) +500 -182 +135 TBD
Billy McKinney (MIL) +800 -182 +135 TBD
Kolten Wong (MIL) +1150 +190 -278 TBD
Brandon Woodruff (MIL) TBD +240 -357 7.5 (+120o/-161u)
Anthony Rizzo (Cubs) +675 -167 +125 TBD
David Bote (Cubs) +875 -128 +100 TBD
Ian Happ (Cubs) +650 -154 +115 TBD
Jason Heyward (Cubs) +850 -149 +110 TBD
Eric Sogard (Cubs) +1550 -161 +120 TBD
Kris Bryant (Cubs) +675 -149 +110 TBD
Wilson Contreras (Cubs) +825 -125 -105 TBD
Javier Baez (Cubs) +675 -133 +100 TBD
Jake Arrieta (Cubs) TBD +525 -1000 4.5 (-128o/-105u)
Royals vs Tigers 1+ Home Run 1+ Hits No Hits Pitcher Strikeouts
Andrew Benintendi (KC) +675 -200 +145 TBD
Carlos Santana (KC) +400 -200 +150 TBD
Ryan O’Hearn (KC) +375 -189 +140 TBD
Jorge Soler (KC) +333 -175 +130 TBD
Whit Merrifield (KC) +775 +160 -222 TBD
Hunter Dozier (KC) +575 -175 +135 TBD
MA Taylor (KC) +575 -167 +125 TBD
Salvador Perez (KC) +400 +195 -278 TBD
Nicky Lopez (KC) +1200 -167 +125 TBD
Danny Duffy (KC) TBD TBD TBD 5.5 (-161o/+120u)
Akil Baddoo (DET) +775 -128 -105 TBD
Jeimer Candelario (DET) +525 -167 +125 TBD
Jonathan Schoop (DET) +525 -133 +100 TBD
Victor Reyes (DET) +900 -200 +150 TBD
Niko Goodrum (DET) +700 -118 -111 TBD
Robbie Grossman (DET) +800 -175 +130 TBD
Willi Castro (DET) +625 -208 +155 TBD
Wilson Ramos (DET) +600 -189 +140 TBD
Miguel Cabrera (DET) +450 -182 +135 TBD
Michael Fulmer (DET) TBD TBD TBD 4.5 (-105o/-125u)
Pirates vs Twins 1+ Home Run 1+ Hits No Hits Pitcher Strikeouts
Adam Frazier (PGH) +750 +190 -278 TBD
Bryan Reynolds (PGH) +525 -250 +180 TBD
Colin Moran (PGH) +500 -227 +170 TBD
Erik Gonzalez (PGH) +750 -200 +150 TBD
Gregory Polanco (PGH) +340 -167 +125 TBD
Jacob Stallings (PGH) +725 -175 +130 TBD
Kevin Newman (PGH) +1150 -227 +170 TBD
Phillip Evans (PGH) +550 -222 +160 TBD
Willians Astudillo (MIN) +700 -227 +165 TBD
Byron Buxton (MIN) +260 +165 -227 TBD
Jorge Polanco (MIN) +725 -238 +175 TBD
Jake Cave (MIN) +675 -167 +125 TBD
Josh Donaldson (MIN) +375 -208 +155 TBD
Mitch Garver (MIN) +400 -149 +110 TBD
Nelson Cruz (MIN) +320 -238 +175 TBD
Luis Arraez (MIN) +875 +135 -182 TBD
Matt Shoemaker (MIN) TBD TBD TBD 4.5 (-100o/-133u)
Phillies vs Rockies 1+ Home Run 1+ Hits No Hits Pitcher Strikeouts
Alec Bohm (PHI) +425 +160 -222 TBD
Andrew McCutchen (PHI) +360 +175 -238 TBD
Bryce Harper (PHI) +210 +125 -167 TBD
Didi Gregorius (PHI) +350 +160 -222 TBD
JT Realmuto (PHI) +333 +155 -208 TBD
Nick Maton (PHI) +500 -278 +200 TBD
Rhys Hoskins (PHI) +220 +195 -278 TBD
Mickey Moniak (PHI) +550 -238 +175 TBD
Chase Anderson (PHI) TBD +360 -588 3.5 (-154o/+115u)
CJ Cron (COL) +275 +190 -278 TBD
Charlie Blackmon (COL) +360 +140 -189 TBD
Dom Nunez (COL) +400 -189 +140 TBD
Garrett Hampson (COL) +550 +190 -278 TBD
Yonathan Daza (COL) +600 +170 -227 TBD
Raimel Tapia (COL) +650 -105 -125 TBD
Ryan McMahon (COL) +250 +150 -200 TBD
Trevor Story (COL) +230 +125 -167 TBD
Jon Gray (COL) TBD +300 -455 4.5 (-143o/+105u)
Nationals vs Mets 1+ Home Run 1+ Hits No Hits Pitcher Strikeouts
Andrew Stevenson (WAS) +750 -227 +170 TBD
Josh Bell (WAS) +400 -200 +145 TBD
Yan Gomes (WAS) +550 -182 +135 TBD
Starlin Castro (WAS) +550 -222 +165 TBD
Trea Turner (WAS) +525 -278 +190 TBD
Victor Robles (WAS) +825 -125 -105 TBD
Josh Harrison (WAS) +675 -208 +155 TBD
Kyle Schwarber (WAS) +333 -161 +120 TBD
Patrick Corbin (WAS) TBD +290 -455 4.5 (-154/+115u)
Tajuan Walker (NYM) TBD +425 -714 4.5 (-167o/+125u)
Francisco Lindor (NYM) +400 -238 +175 TBD
JD Davis (NYM) +325 -189 +145 TBD
James McCann (NYM) +500 -143 +110 TBD
Jeff McNeil (NYM) +700 +195 -278 TBD
Kevin Pillar (NYM) +425 -200 +150 TBD
Michael Conforto (NYM) +650 -149 +115 TBD
Pete Alonso (NYM) +260 -200 -145 TBD
Dominic Smith (NYM) +650 -200 +145 TBD

All odds as of April 25th.

McCutchen’s Gray Area

The 2021 season is starting dreadfully for Philadelphia Phillies outfielder and leadoff hitter Andrew McCutchen. He’s slashing .164/.316/.246 with a .562 OPS.

However, he’s always liked hitting against the Colordo Rockies. He owns a .295 lifetime batting average and an .868 OPS when facing Rockies pitching. McCutchen is a .500 hitter (7-for-14) with a home run off Colorado starter Jon Gray.

  • Pick: Andrew McCutchen 1+ hit (+170)

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Conforto Bombs Corbin

Every so often, there’s a stat line that just jumps off the page and stops you in your tracks. That’s certainly the case with Michael Conforto’s numbers against Washington Nationals lefty Patrick Corbin.

New York Mets outfielder Conforto is batting .360 (9-for-25) off Corbin, with five homers and 12 RBI. He goes deep every 18.58 at-bats during his career. He hits one out every five times at bat facing Corbin.

  • Pick: Michael Conforto 1+ home run (+650)
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