Life is good as a Philadelphia Phillies fan.

The Phils can’t stop winning and are once again favored at -170 to win on Wednesday afternoon against the Toronto Blue Jays.

They can hit all sorts of milestones with a home win, going for their fifth series sweep of the 2024 season, their longest winning streak of the season (8), and the 12th straight win at Citizens Bank Park, which would tie a franchise record.

Aaron Nola holds the edge in the pitching matchup against Chris Bassitt, who has not had the best start to the season.

Bassitt carries a 5.45 ERA into the Bank, lefties are hitting .354 against him, and he’s 0-3 with a 6.14 road ERA.

All of the Phillies’ left-handed hitters should be considered for player props because the abnormally high numbers against lefties from Toronto’s Wednesday starter.

Bryce Harper can’t stop hitting home runs. His dinger streak is up to three games and he’s in possession of a four-game hitting streak. Harper had multiple hits in each of the last two days.

Kyle Schwarber owns a .364 career batting average against Bassitt and recorded at least two total bases in five of his last seven games.  Bryson Stott and Brandon Marsh each have a hit in four of their last five games as well.

Nick Castellanos and J.T. Realmuto are also worth looking into because of their recent hitting form. Castellanos is finally turning the corner at the dish with a hit in each of his last four games. He has a homer and a .360 career average in 25 at-bats against Bassitt. Realmuto is rested from his day off and had three total bases in each of his last three.

I would probably go with a Harper/Realmuto/Castellanos or Harper/Realmuto/Marsh combination for hits and total bases if you use PA online sports betting or New Jersey online sports betting for Same Game Parlays.

The offense as a whole produced 39 runs so far this homestand, and with Bassitt’s average numbers in play, I think the Phillies’ team total of 4.5 is worth a look on the over.

Toronto scored three or fewer runs in nine of its last 10 losses and only managed a single run Tuesday night. Nola has not allowed more than three earned runs in a start since his first appearance of the season.

Despite their poor offensive totals, the Blue Jays have the third-lowest strikeout total in the majors, so I would target Nola’s outs prop of 18.5, or the under on the 5.5 hits allowed and 2.5 earned runs allowed.

It’s hard to see Toronto keeping pace with the Phillies in any regard, so all of the streaks mentioned above should continue for at least one more game.

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