Four-pick cross-sport parlay for Tuesday (+1293 odds): KBO and MLB picks
We have put together a four-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, including action from the KBO and MLB.
Two picks are taken from MLB with two from the KBO. A winning ticket gives us a nice payout with odds at +1293 with DraftKings: that’s more than 12/1! Let’s break down each of these 4 plays. Remember to gamble responsibly.
MLB pick: Los Angeles Dodgers vs Philadelphia Phillies – Under 8.5 Runs (+100), 7:05pm ET
MLB pick: Chicago White Sox -1.5 (-110) vs Minnesota Twins, 8:10pm ET
KBO pick: Hanwha Eagles ML (-105) vs Kia Tigers, 5:30am ET (Wednesday morning)
Maybe not the most exciting matchup here, but the bottom dwellers of the KBO will face off again in a game between the Hanwha Eagles and the Kia Tigers. The Eagles, who lost on Tuesday 4-1, will start Nick Kingham. He has a record of 4-4 this season with an ERA of 3.61. Kingham is probably the best pitcher that the Eagles have. He has faced the Tigers once this season, going 6.0 innings of shutout baseball.
On the other side, the Tigers will start Kim Hyeon-su. He is 1-0 on the season but has an ERA of 8.47. What is worse is that he has an ERA of 12.00 in one previous appearance against the Eagles. This was a relief appearance back in June, when he allowed 4 runs in just 2.0 innings. Also, note that this will only be the second start of the season for Hyeon-su.
It is obvious that both teams here have very little to offer. However, the pitching edge in this matchup is clearly with the Eagles, so backing them to win will be the recommended play.
KBO pick: Doosan Bears vs Samsung Lions – Under 11 Runs (-115), 5:30am ET (Wednesday morning)
In 9 head-to-head games, the under has cashed in 6. They have averaged 9.55 runs combined in their 9 meetings, but this number is slightly skewed by the fact that one of their games had 20 runs scored. We know how much Young-ha has struggled, but with this being the first game back after the Olympics, it looks like we might get a low-scoring game. Montgomery has shown early signs of pitching well in this league, plus the Bears have not seen him yet. For that reason, backing the under will be the play.