MLB Saturday parlay at mega +1002 odds, today 6/29: Padres on the prowl 

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The week in Major League Baseball continues with a full 15-game slate on Saturday. There are 11 afternoon contests on the schedule before Dodgers vs Giants and Rangers vs Orioles are televised regionally on FOX at 7:15 pm ET. The nightcap features Minnesota visiting Seattle.

Below is my mega parlay, and also be sure to check out all of our MLB picks.

Padres ML (+124)

Diamondbacks -1.5 (+100)

Twins -1.5 (+146)

MLB parlay odds: +1002

For this parlay I am going with 2 favorites on the run line and 1 underdog on the money line. Let’s break down each of the 3 legs.

Padres ML over Red Sox (+124)

Earlier this month the Padres dropped 5 games in a row, their third such losing streak already in 2024. However, they have not yet lost 6 straight and they are doing especially well this time around to bounce back from defeats. San Diego has now won 8 of its last 9, including 4 in succession following Friday’s 9-2 beatdown of Boston in the series opener. The visitors will try to continue their surge with Michael King on the mound this afternoon. After struggling earlier in the year, King compiled a 3.00 ERA in May and is sporting a 2.93 ERA so far in June. With his team having scored 33 runs during this 4-game winning streak, King should get more than enough run support on Saturday. 

Diamondbacks -1.5 over Athletics (+100) 

Zac Gallen is toeing the rubber for the first time in a month, returning from a hamstring injury. Still, he is worth trusting regardless of the situation. Gallen delivered 4 consecutive quality starts before leaving in the first inning of his most recent appearance. Arizona’s ace 5-4 with 3.12 ERA and 1.14 WHIP to go along with a 60-to-15 strikeout-to-walk ratio through 57.2 innings. The Diamondbacks have lost 3 straight following Friday’s setback against the A’s, but it’s hard to see the home team falling twice in a row – especially with Gallen on the mound. After all, Oakland had been on an 11-game road losing streak prior to Friday’s victory. Give me the Snakes to win big. 

Twins -1.5 over Mariners (+146) 

Despite having compiled a 5.11 ERA, Minnesota right-hander Pablo Lopez has already picked up 7 wins this season. That shows how much run support he is getting, and I expect him to get more of it on Saturday because the Twins have crossed the plate 23 times in the past 3 contests. Now they are facing Bryce Miller of Seattle, who has surrendered 9 runs in his last 9.2 innings of work. Byron Buxton should be chomping at the bit; in the last 4 games he is 8-for-14 with 3 homers, 2 doubles, 7 RBIs and 7 runs scored. As for Lopez, there is no reason to be alarmed by his 5.11 ERA. He has 101 strikeouts compared to just 19 walks in 88.0 innings and he most recently pitched 8.0 innings of shutout baseball while striking out 14 and limiting the A’s to only 2 hits and 1 free pass in a 3-0 victory this past Sunday. 
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