KBO betting picks: Three-team parlay pays +482
The middle frames of this weekend’s three-game series in the KBO will take place on Saturday as week seven of the regular season nears a conclusion. Along with this three-team parlay for June 27 (which pays +482), be sure to check out our free KBO picks for Saturday.
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Kiwoom Heroes (-160)
The Kiwoom Heroes have won eight of their last nine games heading into Saturday’s date with the KIA Tigers. This surge has the Heroes into second place in the KBO standings at 28-18. And there is no reason to think they will slow down on Saturday. After all, Kiwoom has scored at least five runs in five consecutive contests and such an effort should be more than enough with Eric Jokisch taking the mound. Jokisch ranks second in the entire league with a 1.63 ERA to accompany his 6-2 record.
Doosan Bears (-150)
The Doosan Bears took a loss at the hands of the NC Dinos in Friday’s series opener, but the tide will likely turn in this one. Doosan is still 6-2 in its last eight games while knocking the cover off the ball. In one game during this stretch the Bears crossed the plate a ridiculous 18 times. Even a third of that number would likely be more than enough on Saturday, when Raul Alcantara is toeing the rubber. Alcantara is 7-1 with a 3.70 ERA this season. He is opposing Sung-young Choi of the Dinos. Choi has appeared in just three games and is saddled with a 6.75 ERA.
Samsung Lions (+115)
At +115, the Samsung Lions are the best bet of the day and will drive up the payout of this parlay in dramatic fashion. Samsung is sending Jung-Hyun Baek to the mound against the Lotte Giants on Saturday. Don’t be fooled by Baek’s 2020 ERA, which is 5.34. In his three most recent starts he has logged a total of 18 innings and has given up a mere three earned runs. Getting the start for the Giants is Adrian Sampson, who is 2-3 with a 5.96 ERA. He faced the Lions on May 28 and took the loss after surrendering two earned runs in just 3.1 innings of work. Sampson vs. Samsung? Advantage: Samsung.