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MLB expert and handicapper Jason Radowitz is back with his top MLB bets and parlay picks for Saturday's stacked slate. He breaks down his two parlays for us here with his top moneyline and total runs picks.

MLB Parlay Picks for Saturday: Cash In With This Expert's +585 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 (+564) (Bet $100 to win $564)

  • Brewers (-110)
  • Giants (-135)
  • Rangers (+100)

The Red Sox will send out Nick Pivetta, who has had a 5.54 xFIP in the last 30 days. He's also walking 10.6% of batters and has given up a .443 BABIP in the last 30 days. He'll take on a Brewers lineup that has a .213 ISO and wOBA of .340 in the last 30 days. Milwaukee has so much power and Pivetta is giving up a ton of power. On the other hand, the Red Sox will face Eric Lauer, who has earned 25.6% of strikeouts in the last 30 days. Boston will have to rely on the top of their order for power against Lauer. At the bottom, the lineup looks terrible.

The Giants are still hitting a .281 ISO and wOBA of .373 in the last 30 days against lefties. Tonight, they'll take on Drew Smyly, who has a 4.99 xFIP in the last 30 days. On the other hand, Jakob Junis will get the call for the Giants. He has a 2.98 ERA and has struggled a little bit lately, but he's pitching against a lineup that has a .139 ISO against righties in the last 30 days. Take the Giants.

Chase Silseth will get the start for the Angels tonight at home. He has a 5.42 xFIP in the last 30 days with just 10.5% of strikeouts. That's not too appealing, especially against a Rangers lineup that has a .335 wOBA against righties in the last 30 days. On the other hand, Glenn Otto will get the call for the Rangers. While he has a 5.17 xFIP in the last 30 days, he's also taking on an Angels lineup that has a .152 ISO and wOBA of .277 in the last 30 days. Without Shohei Ohtani, the Angels have such a terrible lineup.

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MLB Total Runs Parlay Picks (+585) (Bet $100 to win $585)

  • Phillies vs. Pirates Under 8 (-115)
  • Cardinals vs. Nationals Over 9.5 (+100)
  • Twins vs. Padres Under 7.5 (-120)

Would you be surprised if I told you Mitch Keller has a 3.00 xFIP for the Pirates in the last 30 days and Ranger Suarez has a 2.91 xFIP in the last 30 days for the Phillies? It's true and both are getting the start tonight against below-average lineups. I'll gladly take the under.

The exact opposite is taking place in Washington D.C. Dakota Hudson has a 5.71 xFIP in the last 30 days for the Cardinals while Erick Fedde has a 6.60 xFIP in the last 30 days for the Nationals. Both righties have struggled against lefties more this season with line drive rates and walk rates. Meanwhile, both teams will send out more lefties than righties in their lineups. I'll side with the over in this game.

I know what took place last night. But I'm looking at a full month of work. Neither offense has shown much consistency in the last 30 days against righties. Joe Musgrove could potentially sign a new extension with the Padres before tonight's game. That should amp him up a little bit for tonight's game. On the other hand, Sonny Gray has struggled with a 6.07 xFIP, but he's a veteran that has limited power on both sides of the plate. The Padres only have a .128 ISO against righties in the last 30 days. I'll take the under here.

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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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