MLB Sunday three-team mega parlay (+1083 odds): Red Sox to win AL East showdown

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We have a full 15-game slate to wrap up the week in Major League Baseball on Sunday. As always, 14 contests are taking place during the afternoon before the Sunday Night Game of the Week on ESPN takes center stage – this one featuring the Milwaukee Brewers and Philadelphia Phillies.

Let’s take a look at today’s 3-team mega parlay.

Red Sox ML (+150)

Rockies ML (+120)

Blue Jays ML (+115)

Parlay odds: +1083

For this parlay we are going with three underdogs on the money line. Let’s break down each of the legs one by one.

Red Sox ML over Rays (+150)

Every divisional series is important, but even more so in the AL East. Boston will be looking to take the third game, and ultimately the series, before taking on another divisional opponent in the Blue Jays. The starting pitching matchup may favor the Rays, but it must be noted how many arms they went through in yesterday’s game. The Rays had to go to the bullpen from the 2nd inning onward and used 7 different pitchers. All but one of those relievers pitched at least a full inning. If Boston can get to Shane McClanahan early and often, Tampa Bay could be in serious trouble. The Red Sox certainly have the bats to do so. They aren’t quite at the level of 2021 just yet, but a lineup with Rafael Devers, Xander Bogaerts and Kike Hernandez has the potential to produce against any pitcher.

Check out our Red Sox vs Rays preview

Rockies ML over Tigers (+120)

Saturday was an interesting day for these teams. Game 1 of the doubleheader saw Miguel Cabrera’s 3,000th hit and the Tigers thrashing the Rockies in a 13-0 win. Then game 2 was nearly a Rockies 3-0 win from wire-to-wire until the Tigers made it a closer 3-2 loss in the 9th. All of that sets up for a split series heading into Sunday with Chad Kuhl on the mound for Colorado and Tyler Alexander for Detroit. Neither pitcher is reason enough to think that either side will be completely shut down, but Kuhl was strong in his last start, going 6.0 innings against Philadelphia without giving up a single run on just 2 hits. Meanwhile, Alexander pitched just a single inning in his last outing.

Check out our Rockies vs Tigers preview

Blue Jays ML over Astros (+115)

The Blue Jays were able to win on Saturday, beating the Astros 3-2. Toronto has now won 4 games in a row to move to 10-5 on the season and will look for a sweep on Sunday afternoon. The Jays are scheduled to start Yusei Kikuchi, who in 2 starts this year has allowed 3 earned runs in 8.1 innings (3.24 ERA). His most recent start was the better one, allowing 1 earned run against the Red Sox over 5.0 innings. The loss on Saturday dropped the Astros 2 games under .500 and was their 4th in a row.

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