José Ramírez Player Props: July 2, Guardians vs. White Sox

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Jose Ramirez’s Cleveland Guardians play the Chicago White Sox on July 2 at 6:40 PM ET, and will see starting pitcher Chris Flexen on the hill. Ramírez put up one hit in his last game, going 1-for-4.

Find odds, stats, and more below to make your José Ramírez player prop bets.

Ramirez leads the Guardians with 23 home runs and 76 runs batted in, while putting up a team-best batting average of .280. Ramirez ranks fourth in home runs and second in RBI among all hitters in MLB action. Ramirez heads into this matchup on a four-game hitting streak. In his last five games he is batting .300 with two doubles, two home runs and four RBI.

How to Watch Cleveland Guardians vs. Chicago White Sox
• Ramirez is 1-for-5 with a double in his career versus Chris Flexen.
• Against Chris Flexen last year, Ramirez was 1-for-2 with a double.
• Ramirez has a hit in 73.4% of his games this year (58 of 79), with multiple base knocks in 26 of them (32.9%).
• He has hit a home run in 27.8% of his games this season (79 contests), going deep in 6.6% of his trips to the dish.
• Ramirez has scored in 63.3% of his 79 games this season, with more than one run scored in 16.5% of those contests (13).
• He has driven in at least one run 46 times this season in 79 games played (58.2%), including 21 multi-RBI outings (26.6%). He has also been responsible for three or more of his team’s runs in six contests.
• Ramirez has gone down on strikes at least once 37 times this season in 79 tries (46.8%), including punching out on multiple occasions in 7.6% of games (six times).

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• The White Sox will call on Flexen (2-7) to make his 16th start of the season. He is 2-7 with a 5.13 ERA and 60 Ks in 79 2/3 innings pitched.
• The righty’s last time out came on Wednesday versus the Los Angeles Dodgers, as he tossed 5 2/3 innings, giving up four earned runs while allowing six hits.
• In 17 games this year, the 30-year-old held an ERA of 5.13, with 6.8 strikeouts per nine innings. Opponents are hitting .259 against him.
• Flexen heads into this game after racking up three quality starts.…Read more by Data Skrive

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