Four-pick cross-sport parlay for today 6/30 (+851 odds): MLB and MLS
We have put together a 4-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Thursday, including picks from the MLB and MLS. Two picks are taken from both the MLS and the MLB. A winning ticket would give us a nice payout with odds of +851 at DraftKings Sportsbook. Let’s break down each of these plays.
MLS: Austin FC vs Charlotte FC – Both teams to score – Yes (-155), 7:00 pm ET
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MLB: Milwaukee Brewers ML (-125) over Pittsburgh Pirates, 7:05 pm ET
It may seem like an advantage for the Pirates that the Brewers have to travel up to Pittsburgh, but they’ll be doing the same after their series was in Washington. Milwaukee may not have Corbin Burnes on the mound, but Adrian Houser is more than capable of keeping the Pirates lineup in check. They had a burst of production in yesterday’s game, but scored just 3 total runs between the first 2 games of the series. That’s even more embarrassing given that they scored just a single run against Patrick Corbin on Tuesday night. If Pittsburgh can’t handle Corbin and the Nationals, there is no reason to expect them to perform any better against a hot Brewers team.
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MLS: New York Red Bulls ML (-155) over Atlanta United, 8:00 pm ET
Atlanta United’s away record is 1-5-1 this season, while the Red Bulls are 4-0-1 at home in their last 5 games in all competitions. Expect the hosts to take care of an Atlanta squad that struggles to play well on the road.
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MLB: Seattle Mariners -1.5 (-105) over Oakland Athletics 10:10 pm ET
Seattle may not be the Yankees, but they too had no issues with A’s just a week ago. They outscored Oakland 19-3 in that series, perfectly illustrating that the A’s have the worst lineup in baseball.
As if Oakland didn’t already have enough disadvantages, they’re also opening up this series against Seattle’s Logan Gilbert. Gilbert didn’t face the A’s in any of the games in the previous series, but he’s faced superior opponents on his way to an 8-3 record and a low 2.44 ERA. There is nothing about Oakland’s situation nor talent that provides support that they can upset a rested, comfortable, improving Mariners team.
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