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Handicapper Brian Matthews is back today with a best bet for Friday night's MLB action. His pick comes in the form of a two-leg hit parlay.

Friday's MLB Best Bets: Ride Austin Hays and Michael Brantley With This Parlay

Our guy BMatt is here with a two-leg parlay for us on Friday's MLB slate. Here’s a two-leg parlay to roll the dice with for tonight. Two hot bats needing one hit each to get us to the other side. Let's discuss why Austin Hays and Michael Brantley are here to cash for us today.

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Friday MLB 2-Leg Parlay (-102) (Bet $102 to Win $100)

Austin Hays (BAL) 1+ hit

Hays is a player that’s recorded a hit in four of his last five games and seven of his last nine overall. He gets righty Shane Baz from the Rays tonight. In his last start against the Minnesota Twins on 6/11, Baz pitched 2.1 innings, allowing three hits and five runs while walking three batters. Hays is batting .289 on the year, batting .209 against LHP and .317 vs RHP (like Baz).

Michael Brantley (HOU) 1+ hit

Brantley has at least one hit in eleven straight games. Even more impressive, he now has at least one hit in 25 of his last 30 games – 83%. Brantley has also enjoyed success against Lucas Giolito in his career, batting .500 with two home runs, three singles, and a double in twelve plate appearances.

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Born in Southern California, Brian lives and breathes sports.  He comes from a football family, with a number of family members who played professionally.  While Brian didn’t play professionally, he took his insights and dominated off the field. In fact, during the 2021 NFL season, his bets and parlays returned a whopping 117.84 units. Specializing in data analysis, Brian takes a unique approach to his NFL, NBA, and MLB bets. You can find him on Twitter at @the_bmatt.


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