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World Series Braves vs. Astros Prop Bets: Bettors Love These 3 Picks For Game 6

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Pictures by Getty Images. Pictured: Carlos Correa, Jose Altuve and Freddie Freeman.

Game 6 of the World Series between the Atlanta Braves and Houston Astros will go down tonight at 8:09 p.m. ET.

Houston staved off elimination on Sunday with a come-from-behind victory in Atlanta.

The Braves hit a grand slam in the first inning but the Astros outscored them 9-1 the remainder of the game to bring the series back to Texas.

These three props below are the most wagered-on bets at PointsBet for this pivotal Game 6.

Most Popular World Series Game 6 Prop Bets

Jose Altuve to record a hit (-300)

Altuve has recorded a hit in nine of his 15 postseason games this year for a rate of roughly 60% for implied odds of about -150.

If we incorporate his regular season total, too, the second baseman recorded a hit in 116 out of 159 games for a rate of about 73%, which would imply odds of about -270.

Either way, you’re losing value. Plus, there’s too much variability in a single game for this prop to be worth it on the aggregate. I would stay away from this.

Freddie Freeman to hit a homer (+390)

Freddie Freeman has hit a homer in four of this season’s 15 postseason games for a rate of roughly 27%. That implies odds of +275.

If we’re incorporating Freeman’s regular season numbers, he’s hit a home run in 35 of the 173 games he’s started this season.

That rate of about 20% implies odds of about +395, which just about lines up with what PointsBet is pricing for Tuesday’s game.

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Carlos Correa to record an RBI (+120)

The third most popular prop for Game 6 has been fulfilled in six of Correa’s 15 postseason games so far.

That 40% rate implies odds of +150.

If you were to incorporate the regular season, he’d have recorded an RBI in 71 out of 162 games so far.

That rate of about 44% implies odds of about +128.

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