Four-pick cross-sport parlay for today 7/24 (+1013 odds): MLB and MLS
We have put together a 4-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Sunday, including picks from the MLB and MLS. Two picks are taken from both the MLS and MLB and a winning ticket would give us a nice payout with odds of +1013 at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Let’s break down each of these plays.
MLB: Toronto Blue Jays ML (-155) over Boston Red Sox, 1:35 pm ET
The Red Sox simply don’t have the pitching staff to compete with the Yankees, Blue Jays, and Rays on a regular basis. That was put on full display in their last 2 games before the all-star break. New York dominated them by a combined score of 27-3.
They’ll be starting a rookie in Brayan Bello, who just got his major league debut a little over 2 weeks ago. He’s had 2 starts, both of which were losses to the Rays. Tampa put up 9 runs in 8.0 innings against him, a team more known for their pitching. Toronto, however, has one of the most potent 1 through 5 hitters in the league. With Rafael Devers now on the injured list, they should be able to out-score the Sox.
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MLB: Colorado Rockies vs Milwaukee Brewers – Under 9 runs (-115), 2:10 pm ET
The wind is projected to be blowing straight out to center field at almost 10mph during game time. However, the wind isn’t as big of a factor at American Family Field as in other ballparks, and I have multiple reasons to look towards the under in this spot.
The Brewers are the most league-average offense in baseball and the Rockies’ lineup can’t produce runs if Denver’s life depended on it. CJ Cron has a 136 OPS+ this season, and Charlie Blackmon has been even deadlier. But the other seven guys in the Rockies’ regular nine-man rotation have an OPS+ below 100. For that reason, I’m willing to bank on Chad Kuhl, Eric Lauer, and these two bullpens to keep two average offenses at bay.
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MLS: Austin FC ML (+120) over New York Red York Bulls, 8:00 pm ET
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MLS: Atlanta United vs Los Angeles Galaxy – Both teams to score and over 2.5 total goals (-155), 9:30 pm ET
We aren’t confident either team can grab a win on Sunday night, but we predict the matchup will have plenty of excitement. Atlanta has allowed a goal in five straight games, while LA has one clean sheet in their last 13 matches. Additionally, both teams have scored in four of LA’s last five home games, so we predict the two squads will both find the back of the net on Sunday, combining for over 2.5 goals.
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