The Colorado Rockies' bullpen was strained during a high-scoring doubleheader on Wednesday against the Miami Marlins.
Colorado's pitching staff does not catch any breaks on Thursday with the Atlanta Braves coming to town.
The Rockies used eight pitchers out of the bullpen, and they even sent Randal Grichuk to the mound in the ninth inning of Game 1.
Austin Gomber's season splits do not suggest the Rockies will turn things around in 24 hours, and in fact, things may get worse before they get better in Denver.
Some of Atlanta's total bases props have higher prices because the games take place at Coors Field, but a few of them still have manageable numbers at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Gomber is far from the only pitcher to target on the Thursday night slate. Money can made with the right collection of players against some of the best pitchers to fade in Major League Baseball.
Thursday Total Bases Picks
Austin Riley Over 1.5 Total Bases (-145)
I'm willing to pay up for Austin Riley because of the tear he enters Coors Field on.
Riley leads the Braves with nine hits in the last six games and he owns a 1.036 OPS against left-handed pitchers. The third baseman has five doubles and four home runs against southpaws.
Riley had 11 total bases in the recently concluded three-game set with the Arizona Diamondbacks. He hit a home run in two of those three games and he recorded two hits in each of the last two contests.
The mixture of Riley's hot streak, the power aided to his bat in Coors Field and Austin Gomber's three seven-hit concessions in May make this an ideal play, even with the price inflated.
Josh Bell Over 1.5 Total Bases (+115)
The Washington-Cincinnati series has the potential to be a player prop paradise because of the average to below average arms on each pitching staff.
Josh Bell is coming off a six-hit, seven-total base series against the New York Mets. He faces a more hitter friendly matchup against Graham Ashcraft inside Great American Ball Park on Thursday.
Bell has more hits, doubles and home runs on the road than at home plus a .850 OPS away from Nationals Park. He could be in a handful of RBI situations if Cesar Hernandez, Juan Soto and Nelson Cruz continue to reach base.
Jurickson Profar Over 1.5 Total Bases (+145)
Jurickson Profar picked up multiple total bases in four of his last five games.
The San Diego Padres current leadoff man is on a six-game hitting streak as his team heads to Milwaukee to face Adrian Houser.
Houser conceded 29 hits in 25 innings of work in May. He will be at a disadvantage against the Padres because they saw him once before this season on May 23.
San Diego's familiarity with Houser should help them in a game it should win with Sean Manaea on the mound.
Ty France Over 1.5 Total Bases (+105)
Ty France is tied with Rafael Devers for the most hits in the majors over the last seven days with 11.
France reached base with three singles against the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night. He had two singles the night before at Camden Yards.
France and the Seattle Mariners oppose Jordan Lyles, who let up 39 hits in 37 innings in May. Lyles gave up nine hits in his last outing against the Boston Red Sox and he could face a similar fate against Seattle's bats on Thursday night.