William Hill 2019 MLB Regular Season Props
We are less than 24 hours from MLB 2019 Opening Day, North America’s, and my 20 Player and Team prognostications never fail to create hundreds of “are you stupid” comments. I have combined my 20 strongest feelings about the 2019 Major League Baseball season player and team predictions with the William Hill 2019 MLB Regular Season Props.
Finn Factor 2019 MLB 20 Player and Team Prognostications
- Yankees Aaron Judge will lead the Majors in home runs
- Blue Jays Randal Grichuk will hit 40-plus home runs
- Royals Whit Merrifield will lead Majors in total hits
- Royals Whit Merrifield, Billy Hamilton and Adalberto Mondesi will combine for more stolen bases than the San Diego Padres team
- Royals, Tigers, White Sox and Twins all finish 20-games back of the first place Indians
- Orioles and Rangers will each lose more than 100 games
- Astros Justin Verlander leads the American League in strikeouts
- Astros Forrest Whitley will win Rookie of the Year as a starting pitcher
- Athletics Khris Davis finally hits 50 or more home runs
- Athletics Khris Davis doesn’t hit better than .225 on the season
- San Diego Padres won’t have as many team stolen bases as the Royals Whit Merrifield, Billy Hamilton and Adalberto Mondesi combined.
- Rockies Nolan Arenado wins the NL home run title
- Marlins lose more than 100 games
- Brewers will finish in last place in the NL Central and be within 8 games of first place at season’s end
- Nationals finish last in the NL East and the fan base chips in to buy back Bryce Harper
- Cardinals pitcher Jordan Hicks exceeds 105 m.p.h. on the radar gun in or before June 1st.
- Dodgers right-hander Walker Buehler wins more games than lefty Clayton Kershaw
- Braves Ronald Acuña Jr. has a sophomore slump and doesn’t reach 30 home runs or 30 steals on the season.
- Reds Rhys Hoskins wins the mid-season Home Run Derby
- Cubs Yu Darvish approaches 20 wins and not only receives Comeback Player of the Year but receives Cy Young votes
William Hill 2019 MLB Regular Season Propositions