We may have a small situation on our hands at Crossing Broad HQ.

The last two Phillies losses occurred on days I wrote about how they should probably be favored by more on the money line.

I take full responsibility for those defeats, but that’s just two losses and not enough to form a trend yet.

What is trendy is Bryce Harper’s numbers against Angels starter Tyler Anderson and his statistics since becoming a dad again.

Harper has three home runs in 10 at-bats against Anderson, who previously pitched for four National League teams. He has two home runs and at least two total bases in three of five games since returning on Thursday.

Harper is +285 at DraftKings and +290 at FanDuel to hit a home run on Tuesday. He will probably be one of the most popular picks for FD’s Dinger Tuesday promotion because of the eye-popping numbers against Anderson.

He’s just one of a few Phillies worth targeting on the prop market because of the matchup.

Alec Bohm comes into Tuesday with a 13-game hitting streak and a .400 career average in five ABs against Anderson. Bohm is historically a better hitter against left-handed pitching.

It doesn’t matter who’s pitching at the moment against Bohm because of the heater he’s on. He had a single and three RBI in Monday’s series opener.

J.T. Realmuto, Kyle Schwarber, and Trea Turner all have seen Anderson more than 10 times in their careers and have batting averages better than .300 against him.

Anderson has not allowed more than four hits in a single start this season, but the lefty’s hits allowed prop sits at 5.5.

The Phillies’ team total is once again listed at 4.5. Even though they struggled at parts of Monday night’s game, they scored five runs thanks to Bohm’s ninth-inning sacrifice fly.

The Phils scored at least five runs in each of the last five games and in 11 of their last 13 contests.

With Spencer Turnbull on the mound, the Phils should have the edge in the opening phase of the game. We just have to hope Seranthony Dominguez doesn’t come on in relief.

Turnbull has been fantastic with four starts that lasted at least five innings and the concession of three or fewer hits in four starts.

The Angels lineup only has a .239 batting average and .688 OPS against right-handed pitching, so they could struggle against Turnbull, like many other hitters have in April.

The hope is the Phils get back on track against in the favorable matchup and that I don’t have the stink of a losing streak of articles come over me because that’s the last thing I need if I’m writing more about the Phils as soon as Wednesday with the Sixers’ impending playoff exit. If we mush it again, we’ll switch to PA online casino and NJ online casino.