2021 MLB All-Star Game Player Props: Aaron Judge, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Among Favorites to Homer at Coors Field

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2021 MLB All-Star Game Player Props: Aaron Judge, Vlad Guerrero Jr. Among Favorites to Homer at Coors Field. Pictured: Aaron Judge, Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

Odds to hit a Home Run in MLB All-Star Game

Odds via PointsBet

Player Odds
Shohei Ohtani +445
Aaron Judge +525
Vlad Guerrero Jr. +550
Fernando Tatis Jr +600
Rafael Devers +725
Max Muncy +775
Xander Bogaerts +900
Jesse Winker +900
Nicholas Castellanos +1000
Marcus Semien +1100
Freddie Freeman +1200
Salvador Perez +1200
Teoscar Hernandez +1300
J.T. Realmuto +1300
Nolan Arenado +1400
Bryan Reynolds +1600
Adam Frazier +1800
Cedric Mullins +1800

The Home Run Derby isn’t the only time this week bettors can take advantage of the friendly hitter conditions at Coors Field for the MLB All-Star Game.

PointsBet has released player props for players to hit a home run during Tuesday night’s game between the American and National League.

To no one’s surprise, Shohei Ohtani (+425) is the betting favorite with two AL teammates right behind him in Aaron Judge (+525) and Vladimir Guerrero Jr (+550). All three could get a crack at NL starter Max Scherzer in the first inning with Ohtani leading off, Guerrero Jr. hitting second and Judge batting cleanup.

Fernando Tatis Jr. has the best odds among NL players at +600. Tatis leads his league in homers with 28 and trails only Ohtani (33) for the most in all of baseball.

Left-handed hitters take up three of the next four spots on the oddsboard. Rafael Devers, who is hitting fifth for the AL, is +725, just ahead of Max Muncy, who hits second for the NL and is +775. Reds outfielder Jesse Winker is +900, tied with AL No. 3 hitter Xander Bogaerts.

Of course home runs are expected in the elevation at Coors Field, where the total has been pushed up to 11 at most sportsbooks. That would make it the highest total for an All-Star Game since at least 2005.

However, in the last 16 All-Star Games, just four have gone over.

Bettors wanting to root for excitement but avoid the high total can look to the player prop market instead.

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