Winning MLB Parlay Picks for the Weekend
If you love making bankroll-boosting parlay picks that offer a much bigger return than simply betting on one game alone, then you’ve come to the right place. Thanks to the trio of expert MLB picks that you’re about to get, you’re going to have a great chance to cash in, not once or twice, but a whopping three times. Okay, let’s rock and roll!
Taking a Look at the Winning MLB Parlay Picks for the Weekend
Washington Nationals at Cincinnati Reds
Saturday, June 4, 4:10 PM EDT, Great American Ball Park
Washington – Stephen Strasburg – R (9-0, 2.69 ERA)
Cincinnati – Daniel Straily – R (3-2, 3.46 ERA)
The Washington Nationals have won an incredible 15 straight starts with Stephen Strasburg on the mound, making the Nats the easy pick to win and cash in against the lowly Cincinnati Reds in this Saturday matchup.
Strasburg has compiled a stellar 2.20 ERA over his last 155.2 innings with an insane 200 strikeouts, not mention the Nats are light years ahead of the mediocre Reds.
The Pick: Washington 6 Cincinnati 1
Atlanta Braves (16-37) at Los Angeles Dodgers (28-27)
Saturday, June 4, 10:10 PM EDT, Dodger Stadium
Atlanta – Michael Foltynewicz – R (2-2, 3.24 ERA)
L.A. – Clayton Kershaw – L (7-1, 1.56 ERA)
Atlanta’s Michael Foltynewicz has limited the opposition to one run in each of his last two starts, but he’s still not in the same class of hurlers as L.A.’s Clayton Kershaw.
The Dodgers’ staff ace and Cy Yong winner had a string of five straight wins snapped in his last outing, against the Mets on May 29 despite limiting New York to just two runs while striking out 10 with no walks in 7.2 innings. I‘m going with the Dodgers to get the easy win behind Kershaw
The Pick: Dodgers 3 Braves 1
Saturday, June 4, 2016
Arizona Diamondbacks at Chicago Cubs
Saturday, June 4, 2:20 PM EDT, Wrigley Field
Arizona Edwin Escobar – L (0-1, 18.92 ERA)
Chicago – Jason Hammel – R (6-1, 2.09 ERA)
Arizona lefty Edwin Escobar struggled in his first career start against the Astros the last time out, getting smacked around for eight runs (seven earned) on 10 hits in just 3.1 innings of an 8-3 loss on Monday.
Chicago right-hander Jason Hammel is expected to make this start despite leaving his last start after just two innings due to right hamstring cramps. No matter, four Cubs relievers followed Hammel with seven perfect innings to pick up an impressive 2-0 win over the Dodgers.
Now, with Hammel back on the pound, the red-hot Cubs are the easy pick to pond the snot out of Escobar and get the easy win at Wrigley Field.
The Pick: Chicago 7 Arizona 2