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Jason Radowitz is here to share his favorite MLB parlays for today's action. He cooked up a +600 parlay for us to try our luck with.

MLB Parlay Picks for Friday: Cash In With This Expert's +600 Parlay

Due to popular demand, we're adding an article at Oddschecker that consists of two parlays. I'm going to add two different parlays, one being a moneyline parlay and the other being a totals parlay in the MLB daily. You can always mix and match these parlays where you see the value! Head to the Oddschecker MLB Odds grid to see complete odds for every game today on the board.

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MLB Moneyline Parlay Picks (+391) (Bet $100 to win $391)

  • Red Sox (-120)
  • White Sox (-170)
  • Blue Jays (-145)

The Boston Red Sox will head out on the road to take on the Cleveland Guardians. Boston will pitch Nick Pivetta, who has 26.5% of strikeouts in the last 30 days while the Guardians will send out Cal Quantrill, who has just 14.5% of strikeouts in the last 30 days. Pivetta has limited line drives while keeping power down. Meanwhile, Quantrill has a high wOBA to lefties and a high ISO to righties. He hasn't been nearly as good as Pivetta has been this year. Take the Red Sox as short favorites.

I went with the White Sox yesterday and it didn't work out. I'll try again today. Michael Kopech gets the start with a 4.84 xFIP in the last 30 days. He's got high strikeouts while going up against an Orioles team that has eight batters striking out at least 20% of the time against righties in the last 30 days. Meanwhile, it'll be Austin Voth on the mound for the Orioles. He's a former reliever that has now allowed 36% of line drives in the last 30 days. Take Chicago to rebound tonight.

The Blue Jays will pitch Alek Manoah for tonight's game. He's been superb this year and has above-average numbers all over the board in the last 30 days between strikeouts, xFIP and walks allowed. On the other hand, Adrian Houser gets the call for the Brewers with a 5.22 xFIP in the last 30 days. He also has low strikeouts and high walks along with nearly 23% of line drives allowed in the last 30 days. Back the Blue Jays on the road.

MLB Total Runs Parlay Picks +600 (Bet $100 to win $600)

  • Nationals vs Rangers Over 9 (-110)
  • Dodgers vs. Braves Over 9.5 (+100)
  • Mariners vs. Angels Over 9 (-120)

The Nationals are going to throw Paolo Espino for tonight's game. Espino has allowed nearly 45% of hard contact in the last 30 days and still has a .189 BABIP. That's not going to last. Meanwhile, Dane Dunning has struggled badly against lefties, allowing a .401 wOBA and ISO of .221 in the last 30 days. The Nationals have six lefties including Juan Soto and Josh Bell. Take the over.

It doesn't matter who the Braves face. As long as it's a lefty, the Braves are going to be ready. Tonight, the Braves take on Julio Urias, who has six losses on the year. Atlanta has a .259 ISO and wOBA of .390 against lefties using their projected lineup in the last 30 days. On the other hand, Ian Anderson will pitch for the Braves. He's got high walks and has allowed nearly 40% of hard contact. He's also been struggling against righties and allowing lefties to get on at a higher rate. The Dodgers will get theirs too.

Chris Flexen already has eight losses on the year. He'll take the mound again tonight with his 5.72 xFIP in the last 30 days. He's also allowed 25% of line drives and has induced just 30.2% of ground balls in that same time frame. Good luck against Mike Trout, Shohei Ohtani, and Jared Walsh. On the other hand, Michael Lorenzen will start for the Angels. He's also allowed 24% of line drives in the last 30 days and will take on a Mariners lineup that has hit 25.9% of line drives in the last 30 days against righties using their projected lineup. We'll get runs in this game too.

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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