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Handicapper John Hyslop is here with his top MLB pitcher parlay for Wednesday. He's looking at the later games on the slate. He has his sights set on David Peterson, Josh Winckowski, and Tyler Anderson.

Wednesday MLB Parlay (+5270): Cash With David Peterson, Josh Winckowski, Tyler Anderson

Do you know what's fun? Irresponsible pitcher strikeout parlays. I'm not saying this thing is irresponsible because of how much we bet on it. I'm saying it's irresponsible because it has no chance of winning. We're talking about a +5270 parlay here. If these things cashed all the time, we'd all be rich because we all drop these on the books every single day. It's just how we roll.

Even though we know it has no chance of winning, we still need to do it because that's how we feel alive in this game we play. I'll prove it. Go ahead and put this parlay into FanDuel. After you're done, you'll feel at least 13% more alive. Guaranteed. That boosted alive feeling will last all the way until game time too. It simply doesn't get better than this.

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MLB Pitcher Parlay (+5270) (Bet $100 to win $5270)

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Obviously, we're at FanDuel because they let you get wild when you want to. Other books really can't be subbed in here because they don't let you ladder to the moon which is unfortunate. My dream is that someday, all books will let us ladder to the moon on all pitchers on the board. It's a big goal, but hey, I'm a dreamer. Still, you will need a FanDuel account to get to the moon tonight.

David Peterson 6+ Strikeouts

The first one is pretty simple. David Peterson of the New York Mets. This guy has been all over the place so far this season. In the starting rotation, out of the starting rotation. You name it. But as a starter, he's been decent, especially in his last four starts. In three of those outings, he fanned at least six guys. Tonight he'll get the Milwaukee Brewers who are full of K-artists. Only five teams in MLB have fanned more than they have. Peterson could easily go 6+ on these guys.

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Josh Winckowski 6+ Strikeouts

Next, we have a guy that nobody has ever heard of which is key. When you take a ladder parlay to the moon, you need that one rando that everyone is like "who?" It's just how these things work. I don't make the rules. The thing about this guy is he's only started once in his career and he fanned four Baltimore Orioles in three innings. Tonight he should have a longer leash and he gets the Oakland Athletics at Fenway Park. So far this season, only three teams have struck out more on the road than the Athletics. This could be our rando tonight.

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Tyler Anderson 6+ Strikeouts

Finally, we have a 10:10 pm ET game to sweat and if we get this far, we're probably winning. Tyler Anderson hasn't really been a strikeout guy in his career but he hasn't been bad this season. Throw out his last two starts since they were against teams that don't strike out much. If you do that, you've got a guy that went 6+ in four of his last five starts. Tonight he gets the Los Angeles Angels who are only one strikeout behind the Atlanta Braves for the lead in MLB. This is just dumb enough that it might actually hit even though it really has no chance.

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John has spent the past 20+ years betting sports on a daily basis and is considered by many to be a walking sports betting encyclopedia. From obscure player props to sides and totals, if there is an angle, John will find it. His work has appeared on Rotogrinders and he has been a regular on sports talk radio stations across the country. Based in the US, John operates a blog & podcast, Sports Bets Beers, which covers betting angles in the NFL, NBA, MLB, & NHL.


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