The MLB season is heading into the home stretch, with many of the games on the weekend calendar being important in the race for the playoffs. With so much action to choose from, it can be tough to decide where your betting dollars should go. We have taken a look at the next 3 days and come up with what we believe to be a trio of winning MLB parlay tickets. We will be doing one ticket for each of the next 3 days, with 3 teams listed on each, so let’s get right to it.
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MLB Parlay for Saturday – Yankees, Red Sox, Twins
Let’s go with an all AL parlay on Saturday, starting with the New York Yankees at home to the Blue Jays. The Yankees are starting to feel the heat in the Wild Card race, which I think will light a little fire that leads to a win on Saturday.
It seems like a bad idea to ever bet against the Red Sox, especially since they have gone a stunning 11-2 in their last 13 games coming into Friday. David Price will be the starter for Boston here, and they have won each of the last 6 games that he has started.
There is an 8-game gap between the Twins and the Tigers in the Central Division, and while neither are getting anywhere near the playoffs, they are heading in different directions. The Twins have won 3 in a row and should get the win over a Tigers team with just 3 wins in their last 10.
MLB Parlay for Sunday – Braves, White Sox, Astros
There is a huge series going on in Atlanta right now, with the Braves hosting the Rockies. Both teams are looking at making the postseason and both are playing well. Atlanta dropped the first game in this series, but I like them to bounce back over the weekend, with a win coming on Sunday.
The Central Division has been pretty brutal this season in the AL, with the Royals and White Sox down near the bottom of the heap. These two will be hooking up over the weekend, and I am taking Chicago to get the win on Sunday.
One of the best series of the weekend sees the A’s and the Astros go head to head, with the race for the West really starting to tighten up. The A’s have all the momentum right now, but I think that the Astros can slow that a little with Verlander on the mound on Sunday.