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It's Sunday night baseball at its finest with baseball coming from Williamsport this evening. The Orioles take on the Red Sox. Ben Rajavuori breaks down this +389 same-game parlay.

Sunday Night Baseball Same Game Parlay (+389): Baltimore Orioles vs Boston Red Sox

The Little League Classic is here, and what better way is there to celebrate than with a same-game parlay? The Orioles have been one of the hottest teams in the MLB since July 1st and look to pick up another series tonight in a rubber match against the Red Sox. The Orioles are 27-16 since July 1st, which leads the AL east. The Red Sox have been struggling, as they have gone 17-28 since July 1st, which is the worst in the AL east. Still, the wild card spots are still wide open, and even though the Red Sox trail in the Al east, the door is wide open for a wild card spot still for both teams. This is a big game for both teams, as head-to-head matchups are running out as the season nears the end. Let's get into the Orioles vs Red Sox same game parlay.

Orioles vs. Red Sox Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: August 21, 2022
  • Game Time: 7:10 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: ESPN

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Sunday Night MLB Same Game Parlay Breakdown

Leg One: Orioles ML

The Red Sox may still be in wild card contention, but they have not looked like a playoff team, especially in divisional games. The Red Sox are 16-31 in divisional games and have won just one series against the division this season. Dean Kremer has been excellent lately, and it's always smart to back hot pitchers. Kremer is 2-1 with a 2.64 ERA in August and has a 2.57 ERA in night games. Once Kremer exits this game, he will have one of the hotter bullpens in the league to finish it off behind him. The Orioles bullpen has the sixth lowest ERA since the all-star break and has closed out many important games. I like the Orioles to stay hot and take the series tonight.

Leg Two: Cedric Mullins 1+ Hit

Cedric Mullins has been a key player for the surging Orioles, and he has excellent numbers against Pivetta. Mullins is 8-21 with two doubles and an RBI against Pivetta in his career, which is the highest average on the team against Pivetta. Mullins didn't play yesterday, but in the first game of the series, he went 2-3 with two doubles. He now is on a four-game hit streak and has a hit in 11 of his 14 games in August.

Leg Four: Alex Verdugo 1+ Hit

Much like Cedric Mullins, Alex Verdugo has been the heartbeat of the Red Sox recently. He has a hit in 10 of his last 11 games and has nine hits in his last four games. Verdugo also has excellent numbers off Kremer, going 3-8 for a .375 average. Verdugo has been scorching hot in the series, as he has had multi-hit games over the first two in the series. He will manage at least one hit today and maybe even another multi-hit game.

Leg Three: Kremer 4+ Strikeouts

Dean Kremer has hit four strikeouts in eight of his thirteen starts this season and in four of his six starts at home. Kremer's recent success has also seen him stretching his starts out more than earlier in the season. Kremer just hit six strikeouts on the road in Boston last week. He has 27 strikeouts in 31 innings pitched at home this season, meaning we would only need him to get 4.1 innings under his belt to stay on pace and hit this number. With how he has been pitching in August, I like those odds.

MLB Sunday Night Baseball Four-Leg Same-Game Parlay @ +389 (Bet $100 to win $389)

  • Leg One: Orioles ML
  • Leg Two: Cedric Mullins 1+ Hit
  • Leg Three: Alex Verdugo 1+ Hit
  • Leg Four: Kremer 4+ Strikeouts

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Ben Rajavuori is a handicapper out of Minneapolis, MN. He has been creating sports content for almost four years now and is an expert in all things NFL, MLB, NBA, UFC, and NCAAB. Ben thrives on diving deep into statistics to find the best angle on every bet. You can follow him on Twitter @WeBeatTheSpread.


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