MLB Sunday parlay at mega +770 odds today 5/26: Dodgers bounce back in Cincinnati

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The MLB season rolls on today with a full slate of games on the docket on Sunday as a number of teams play during the day, while we’ll see just one primetime game to round out the slate. With the entirety of the league in action on Sunday, there is plenty to attack and craft an MLB mega parlay. Let’s dive into today’s MLB parlay picks, with games getting underway with the Blue Jays taking on the Tigers at 11:35 am ET and concluding with Sunday Night Baseball between Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals at 7:10 pm ET.

You can also check out all of our MLB picks for today’s action.

Dodgers -1.5 (-120)

Orioles -1.5 (+110)

Yankees -1.5 (+126)

MLB parlay odds: +770

For this MLB parlay, I am going with a bet on the Dodgers, Orioles and Yankees to all win by multiple runs. Let’s break down each of the 3 legs.

Los Angeles Dodgers -1.5 over Arizona Diamondbacks (-148)

To start off our MLB parlay I’m going with the Los Angeles Dodgers on the run line on Sunday. Los Angeles hasn’t been great in this series against the Reds, dropping the first two games of this 3-game set behind a couple of lackluster offensive performances. However, this is a lopsided looking pitching matchup on paper, one that the Dodgers should take full advantage of. Outside of a rocky first outing in South Korea to open the year, Yoshinobu Yamamoto has been brilliant for Los Angeles this season. Yamamoto’s sparkling track record includes 6 consecutive starts of at least 6 innings pitched, while allowing a total of 11 runs over those 6 outings. We’ve certainly seen worse, and I don’t expect Reds starter Brent Suter to go all that deep in the ballgame anyway. With Suter expected to be an opener, a full game against the Cincinnati bullpen could be the perfect tonic for a Dodgers offense that could really use a bounce-back effort to avoid the sweep in this one.

Baltimore Orioles -1.5 over Chicago White Sox (+110) 

For the second leg in our MLB parlay I’m going with the Baltimore Orioles on the run line. Kyle Bradish has been a pitcher that I’ve been a big fan of over the last couple of years, and the Baltimore ace has continued to roll on into 2024 (2.41 ERA, top 10% xERA, top 2% exit velocity). Bradish has been outstanding in pretty much every category and advanced metric you can think of, as he’s also checking in the top 10 percentile of all qualified pitchers in xBA, xSLG and hard hit rate. He should once again cruise against a White Sox lineup that is easily one of the worst in baseball through the first 50+ games. Baltimore has won every game in this series by at least 2 runs and I don’t see that changing on Sunday. Let’s back the Orioles to start strong and win this game comfortably.

New York Yankees -1.5 over San Diego Padres (+126) 

To close out this MLB parlay I have the New York Yankees on the run line. Aaron Boone’s team is going for the sweep in San Diego and I see no reason to believe that the Yankees won’t get things done given the edge that they have at the plate and on the mound in this one. Padres starter Joe Musgrove has been all over the place to this point in the season, holding a 6.14 ERA while posting just 39 strikeouts in 44 innings pitched. He could be in some trouble against this Yankees lineup on Sunday, as New York has featured the best offense against right-handed pitching in 2024 (127 wRC+ vs RHP). On the other side, Clarke Schmidt continues to be excellent and all of his expected metrics support the surprisingly strong start from the right-hander in 2024. Let’s get to the window with the Bronx Bombers in this one.

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