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MLB parlay picks for Saturday from handicapper Jason Radowitz. Jason brings us moneyline and total run MLB parlay picks for tonight and breaks down how he put them together. Need a +587 winner? You're in luck.

MLB Parlay Picks for Saturday: Cash In With This Expert's +587 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 (+354) (Bet $100 to win $354)

  • Angels (-130)
  • Rangers (-120)
  • Brewers (-250)

The Angels will send out Pablo Sandoval for today's game. He has a 3.90 xFIP in the last 30 days and has been one of the few bright spots for the Angels. Meanwhile, the Orioles will pitch Dean Kramer, who has an xFIP above 5. Kramer also isn't a high strikeout pitcher and if he's not going to earn a heavy amount of strikeouts, the Angels should be able to put the ball in play and make things happen. The Orioles' streak ends here.

Martin Perez will take the mound for the Rangers. He's inducing a heavy amount of grounders lately and will take on a Twins lineup that has an underwhelming lineup against lefties, despite the fact that they'll have nine righties in the lineup. On the other hand, Devin Smeltzer will get the start for the Twins with his 5.59 xFIP in the last 30 days. He'll have to deal with power from Marcus Semian, Jonah Heim, Mitch Garver, and Nate Lowe, who have all hit lefties for power in the last 30 days. Back the Rangers.

I'm riding the Brandon Woodruff train. He's struck out 45% of batters faced in his last two starts and has an xFIP of 1.55 in those two games. Meanwhile, Zach Thompson will get the start for the Pirates with a 5.52 xFIP in the last 30 days. He's struck out under 15% of batters and walked over 12% of batters while allowing 48.8% of hard contact. He's going to get rocked eventually. Why not tonight?

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MLB Total Runs Parlay Picks (+587) (Bet $100 to win $587)

  • Rays vs Reds Under 9 (+100)
  • Giants vs. Padres Under 7 (-125)
  • Blue Jays vs. Mariners Under 7.5 (-110)

The Reds have a .125 ISO and wOBA of .291 against righties in the last 30 days along with 27.1% of strikeouts. I know Drew Rasmussen hasn't been elite this year, but he's got good enough stuff to turn it around against this Cincinnati lineup. On the other hand, the Reds will pitch Hunter Greene, who is still improving every start. He's earning a high amount of strikeouts and will take on a Rays lineup that has seven batters striking out at least 19.3% of the time in the last 30 days against righties.

I'm expecting another pitching duel out of the Giants and Padres. The Giants have been awful hitting the baseball and continue to strike out at a ridiculous rate. Tonight, they'll have to face Yu Darvish, which won't make things easier. On the other hand, it'll be Carlos Rodon on the mound for the Giants, who has ultimately outpitched Darvish this season. The Padres' lineup is so weak at the bottom of the order and even guys like Manny Machado and Luke Voit have struggled against lefties. Take the under.

Robbie Ray gets to face his old team. He has a 3.78 xFIP in the last 30 days with 32% of strikeouts. He's also dominated right-handed batters, holding them to a .212 wOBA and ISO of .093 in his last 108 plate appearances against righties. Toronto will have nine righties in the lineup but I still trust Ray here. On the other hand, it'll be Alek Manoah for the Blue Jays. He's taking on a Seattle lineup that has just one batter hitting a .322 or better wOBA against righties in the last 30 days. I'm backing the under with these two aces.

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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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