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JT Miller picks the late MLB slate with the San Francisco Giants vs. Kansas City Royals, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Los Angeles

MLB Picks For Tuesday: Giants vs. Royals, Dodgers vs. Angels, and Parlay

Kansas City Royals vs San Francisco Giants Prediction

Well, I wrote about the first game of this series in my article last night and it went very well so I feel as though I can keep this short and sweet here. The Giants continued to roll forward their momentum from the weekend and came from behind last night to win comfortably over the Kansas City Royals.

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I expect a very similar result this evening although they simply should never even trail in this one if all goes smoothly. Logan Webb did not start insanely strong this season but has settled in nicely with a 5-3 record and 3.77 ERA and should have another opportunity to lower that further tonight. A 3.77 ERA in my starter is not typically something I am looking to jump all over or too comfortable about but I know he is due for positive regression.

Furthermore, in comparison to his counterpart tonight Kris Bubic, he looks like an ace. Bubic is 0-3 with a 9.13 ERA and WHIP north of two which is just a recipe for disaster against a squad that can hit and has patience like the Giants. I think the better team rolls comfortably in this one.

Kansas City Royals vs San Francisco Giants Pick

Los Angeles Angels vs. Los Angels Dodgers Prediction

Trust this team to take care of business tonight and let's cash in on this money line parlay from the show earlier. I love getting the Los Angeles Dodgers at home against their hometown rival and coming off a series in which they were swept. They are straight up one of the best teams in the league after a day off both statistically and record wise.

Tony Gonsolin has been incredibly good and insanely underrated this season; say anything you want to about the lineup supporting him and defensive play to back him up, the man is 7-0 with a 1.58 ERA on the season. Noah Syndergaard is 4-4 with a 3.69 ERA which is not super terrible but if you have seen the man pitch this year he has been lit up multiple times and there are plenty of ways to beat him.

MLB Parlay

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Born and raised in St. Louis, JT is a young gun in the industry but has already established himself as one of the sharpest. Some refer to him as the "King of the Ice" as a result of his dominance in the NHL, which has been his claim to fame. However, he also excels in other markets including the NFL, MLB, and NCAAF. You can follow JT on Twitter at @RickyBobbyBets.


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