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Jason Radowitz is here with his two MLB parlays of the day. Check out which teams and which games we should be keeping an eye on today.

MLB Parlay Picks for Saturday: Cash In With This Expert's +596 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.

MLB Parlay Picks (+371) (Bet $100 to win $371)

  • Orioles -1.5 (-110)
  • Mets -1.5 (-170)
  • Brewers (-180)

Adam Oller will take the hill for the Athletics tonight. Oller has a 6.54 xFIP and has walked more batters than he's struck out in the last 30 days. The Orioles have many quality young players in the lineup who should have major success against Oller. Meanwhile, Austin Voth will take the hill for the Orioles, and he's allowed a BABIP of just over .200. No one in the Oakland lineup has hit righties well, especially from the left side. Take the Orioles on the runline.

This matchup doesn't seem fair. It's Max Scherzer going up against Patrick Corbin. I don't know what it is, but the Mets wake up offensively whenever they take on the Nationals. That won't change against Corbin, who still has a 6.00 xFIP. Scherzer will also face his old team and should cruise on by. Take the Mets on the runline too.

Corbin Burnes is a -180 favorite against an Arizona team that won't be making the playoffs. The Brewers probably won't make the playoffs, but it wouldn't be because of Burnes. Burnes has been in the NL Cy Young conversation again this year and is the better pitcher over Madison Bumgarner of the Diamondbacks. Bumgarner is a lefty who will have to face a mostly right-handed lineup from Milwaukee.

MLB Total Runs Parlay Picks (+596) (Bet $100 to win $596)

  • Twins vs. White Sox Under 7.5 (-110)
  • Marlins vs. Braves Under 7.5 (-105)
  • Astros vs. Angels Under 8 (-115)

If Dylan Cease wants to win the AL Cy Young this year, now is his chance to shine. Verlander and McClanahan are on the Injured List, giving him a real opportunity. Cease has struck out 25% of batters in the last 30 days and will take on a Twins lineup with seven batters striking out 19.5% of the time in the last 30 days against righties. Tyler Mahle, on the other hand, will start for the Twins. He's limited line drives but has allowed some power to righties. The only right-handed bat with power in Chicago's lineup is Andrew Vaughn. I'm confident with the under.

I've enjoyed watching Edward Cabrera on the mound for Miami. He has a 4.18 xFIP in the last 30 days with 30% of strikeouts. Sure, he'll walk some guys, but he's also getting 50% of ground balls and has allowed just 12.9% of line drives. He can keep the Braves off the board. And although Jake Odorizzi will take the hill for Atlanta, it doesn't matter. The Marlins have a .122 ISO and wOBA of .269 against righties in the last 30 days. Odorizzi will be just fine. I'm on the under here.

The Astros have been very odd lately. A portion of their lineup is slugging like crazy while another portion of it is struggling. They've been inconsistent and now must take on Shohei Ohtani. That won't help their case. On the other hand, Luis Garcia will take the mound for Houston. He's been poor against lefties, but the only lefty that has hit righties consistently has been Ohtani for the Angels. I'm not confident in these two lineups, despite all of the star power in them. Take the under here 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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