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Handicapper and MLB player prop specialist John Hyslop is back again this Friday with another top strikeout prop bet to add. He's going back to the San Francisco Giants vs. Chicago White Sox matchup eyeing veteran right-hander Lance Lynn.

San Francisco Giants vs. Chicago White Sox Best Bet: Can Lance Lynn Dominate Joc Pederson and the Giants?

If we're staying up late on the east coast, we may as well be gambling. That's what my grandfather used to say. Every night. Lucky for us, we've got a game in San Francisco that has given us the opportunity of a lifetime. Not only are we going to be up late and gambling, but we're also going to have two pitchers in the same game. We're talking real, actual action here people. No falling asleep between innings because our guy is on the bench. Not only will we have real, actual action, but we'll also have two bets that have no chance of losing. That's what we call "living the dream" on the streets. You already know about my Alex Cobb move so now it's time to see the second part of that move. Tonight will be glorious. Again.

Giants vs. White Sox Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: July 1, 2022
  • Game Time: 10:15 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: MLB.TV

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San Francisco Giants vs. Chicago White Sox Prediction

Lance Lynn Over 5.5 Strikeouts (+118) (Bet $100 to win $118)

*Odds Available at FanDuel*

We're going over to FanDuel for this one since they know how to price these guys. Not trying to be a bad influence but if you wanted to go 7+ (+240) on this guy, you'd be a legend that will probably get into the Gambling Hall of Fame if it hits. First ballot too. Still, if you're not looking to shoot that high, DraftKings has 5.5 (+105) at the moment. It's all deadly really. It's just up to you how much you want to hurt the books tonight.

Lance Lynn is a guy that most people forget about since he has been hurt. But make no mistake, this 6'5", 270-pound tank of a human being will not be forgotten for long. He's simply too big. It's literally impossible to forget about a person that is this big. Like if he came over to your house, he would probably be the biggest person that's ever been in your house. You wouldn't forget about that.

The thing about Lynn is the books did forget about him but it's because he tricked them. He's only started three games this season and he's only gone over 5.5 once. That should be a reason to take the under but that's only what dumb people would think. Smart people know that the first two starts of any season don't even count. That means that Lynn's last start when he fanned eight Baltimore Orioles is the only start that matters. He also threw 109 pitches that game too. Feels like a lot.

Tonight Lynn will get the San Francisco Giants who strike out like it's their job. We're talking 113 times in their last 395 at bats. That's terrible. The fun part is, that they haven't even faced anyone that good. They just strike out against everybody. We saw Graham Ashcraft get eight of them recently. That guy is a 3.5 even money guy. Tyler Mahle just fanned seven of them in the same series. Hell, Rony Garcia dropped four of them the other day. Couldn't throw a strike to save his life and still got four of them to sit down. I'm afraid of what Lance Lynn will do to these people tonight.

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John has spent the past 20+ years betting sports on a daily basis and is considered by many to be a walking sports betting encyclopedia. From obscure player props to sides and totals, if there is an angle, John will find it. His work has appeared on Rotogrinders and he has been a regular on sports talk radio stations across the country. Based in the US, John operates a blog & podcast, Sports Bets Beers, which covers betting angles in the NFL, NBA, MLB, & NHL.


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