Everyone expects Trea Turner to have a far better start to the 2024 Philadelphia Phillies season than he did in 2023.

The expectations are that the post-standing ovation version of Turner shows up from Game 1 and is near the top of the leaderboard in a handful of statistics.

Turner has led the league in hits and stolen bases twice and triples, batting average and total bases once. So that sent me down the rabbit hole of regular-season leader props at your local Pennsylvania sportsbooks and New Jersey sportsbooks.

Here’s a look at some of Turner’s season-leader props on DraftKings and FanDuel:

Hits Leader (+1800, FD +1900, DK)

Runs Leader (+1000, DK)

Stolen Bases Leader (+4000, DK, +4500, FD)

Triples Leader (+3500, DK)

Doubles Leader (+2000, DK)

The hits leader title seems like the most attainable future for Turner to hit.

He had 170 hits last season in what was a down year for the All-Star shortstop. That was his fourth season with at least 170 hits. He’s been over 190 hits twice, including when he led the league with 195 in 2021.

Ronald Acuna Jr., Freddie Freeman and Luis Arraez were the only players to record over 200 hits last season. Acuna should regress a bit after a once-in-a-lifetime season. Freeman could replicate that, especially if pitchers don’t throw to Shohei Ohtani, Arraez is the betting favorite for most hits, but I’m interested to see if National League pitchers approach him differently to make it harder to reach base.

If an out-of-form-for-months Turner can record 170 hits, I’d have to imagine he will be at the top of the leaderboard all season.

Turner’s recorded over 100 runs in each of his four best hitting seasons, and you know all about the power behind him in the Phillies order.

Turner’s target to be the runs leader should be 130, and again if Turner not at his best can reach 102 runs in the Phillies offense, that total must increase in 2024.

Of course, if Turner is on base, he is always a threat to steal. The new rules helped base stealers a ton in 2023. Three players swiped more than 50 bags, led by Esteury Ruiz’s 73. Turner’s career high in stolen bases in 46, so that future seems a bit unlikely to hit with a singles merchant in Ruiz still around and Elly De La Cruz’s superhuman speed entering the conversation for a full season.

Where I think Turner’s speed will be more beneficial is on extra-base hits. Turner has five seasons with at least five triples. He will be in contention for the triples lead along with Corbin Carroll, Bobby Witt Jr. and De La Cruz because he has gap-to-gap power and incredible speed.

Although Turner’s never had over 40 doubles in his career, I would look into that stat futures bet as well. Forty doubles was good enough to finish in a tie for fourth last season. Freeman led the league with 59  two-baggers, but that shouldn’t be the new standard. Freeman never had more than 47 doubles in a season before last year.

Turner might not be the favorite to lead any of these stat categories, but if second-half Turner shows up from Game 1, he’ll have a shot at at least one, if not more, of these stat titles.