MLB Friday parlay at mega +605 odds today 6/14: Yankees dominate at Fenway

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The MLB season rolls on today with another exciting 15-game slate on the docket. With every team in action, there is plenty to attack and craft an MLB parlay. Let’s dive into today’s MLB parlay picks, with games getting underway at 2:20 pm ET with the Cardinals taking on the Cubs and concluding with the Angels taking on the Giants at 10:15 pm ET. You can also check out all of our MLB picks for all the action on Friday, June 14.

Yankees -1.5 (+100)

Phillies vs Orioles Under 7.5 (-118)

Royals vs Dodgers Under 8 (-110)

MLB parlay odds: +605

For this MLB parlay, I am going with a bet on the Yankees to win by multiple runs, plus a pair of games to go under their listed totals. Let’s break down each of the 3 legs.

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New York Yankees -1.5 over Boston Red Sox (+100)

To start off our MLB parlay, I’m going with the New York Yankees on the run line. Luis Gil has been one of the biggest surprises in baseball this season, posting an 8-1 record to go along with a 2.04 ERA and 90 strikeouts in just 75 innings pitched. That’s already an edge that New York will hold in this matchup, as Boston starter Bryan Bello has given up 9 earned runs and 17 hits combined in a pair of recent outings against the White Sox and Tigers. This elite Yankees lineup is in a completely different weight class, one that should take advantage of Bello and his sinker-heavy arsenal. New York has been an elite hitting team all season, including the last 15 days, as the Yankees have hit 22 home runs and scored 88 runs in that span. Let’s back the Bronx Bombers to keep things rolling at Fenway Park.

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Philadelphia Phillies vs Baltimore Orioles Under 7.5 (-118) 

For the second leg in our MLB parlay, I’m going with the under in this interleague matchup between the Baltimore Orioles and Philadelphia Phillies. In what should be the series of the weekend, both of these excellent teams will send elite starting options to the mound on Friday. Kyle Bradish has been among the American League’s best starters this season (2.18 xERA), and I expect him to continue to see success at home thanks to his elite batted ball profile (24.7% hard hit rate) and ability to generate whiffs (34% strikeout rate).

On the other side, Ranger Suarez is a Cy Young candidate in the National League this year due to his 1.81 ERA and all-around utter dominance of opposing hitters. Baltimore’s offense is elite but the Orioles do strikeout often against left-handers, and Suarez should be able to generate a solid number of whiffs to go along with his typical rate of ground ball outs. Let’s back a low-scoring game at Camden Yards on Friday.

Read our full Philadelphia Phillies vs Baltimore Orioles predictions

Kansas City Royals vs Los Angeles Dodgers under 8 (-110) 

To close out this MLB parlay, I have the Royals and Dodgers to go under 8 runs. Kansas City has played well this season and Cole Ragans gives his team a very good chance to win each time he takes the mound. The southpaw hurler has been one of MLB’s better pitchers this season, and his last 5 starts have been especially dominant with only 4 combined earned runs allowed in that span. While this is a far tougher matchup in Los Angeles, the Dodgers have very little experience against Ragans, which bodes well for the left-hander in this one.

Gavin Stone also comes into this game in great form for the hosts, as the right-hander has allowed 2 or fewer earned runs in 10 of 12 appearances this season, including just 2 combined across his last 3 starts spanning 17.2 innings pitched. The Royals offense is also quite good, but Kansas City has been far better in its home ballpark at the plate. Let’s get to the window with the under at Dodger Stadium.

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