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MLB Thursday four-leg mega parlay (+1160 odds): Dodgers crush Nationals

MLB Thursday four-leg mega parlay (+1160 odds): Dodgers crush Nationals

Thursdays are just incredible for betting MLB. We get day games. We get night games. It’s insanity. Here’s a little know trick I like to pull on days like today where there is a fairly even split on day/night games — parlay the night slate. You get to bet all day before the big parlay even starts. It’s magic.

Even better for us, ESPN has taken the liberty of televising the Arizona Diamondbacks and San Francisco Giants at 9.40pm ET. If we throw that one in the parlay, it will be the game that brings the whole thing home. Today has the look and feel of a special one. No one can argue that.

The point is, today has potential and if this MLB parlay hits, it will go down as a great day. We’ve also got picks on the side and total for all of today’s games.

Los Angeles Dodgers -1.5 (+125)

New York Mets ML (-168)

Colorado Rockies ML (+106)

San Francisco Giants ML (-142)

Parlay odds: +1160

Los Angeles Dodgers -1.5 (+125)

This is a fantastic place to start the MLB parlay. Don’t look now but the Dodgers are starting to look like the Dodgers again. They’ve won their last five games and three of them have been by 2+ runs. They get Patrick Corbin who they smashed for six runs in only 4.1 innings of work on April 10. At some point, the Dodgers are going to let Tony Gonsolin go deeper into games which would be a good thing. He threw four innings of one-hit ball last time out against the Chicago Cubs but was pulled after only 69 pitches. I think he goes a little deeper tonight and if he does, the Dodgers should run away with this one.

Check out our full game preview for Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Washington Nationals

New York Mets ML (-168)

We should never see Jacob deGrom listed at less than -180. It’s disrespectful. I know the Mets are on the road and I know that they have posted a .603 OPS over the last week. I also am aware that the Atlanta Braves are tearing the cover off the ball recently. They have the sixth-highest OPS of any team in MLB in that span. Still, deGrom is deGrom and I wouldn’t lay a dime on the Braves at +142 because of him. Sometimes you just have to use your brain a little and that’s what we’re doing here. Take the Mets and watch this MLB parlay stretch into the late games.

Check out our full game preview for New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves

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Colorado Rockies ML (+106)

The Colorado Rockies have put the split in splits so far this season. On the road, they are dead last in MLB in OPS sporting a pathetic .566. To put that into perspective, the next worst team is .630 in the metric. That’s the bad news. The good news is, at home they are a completely different team. Somehow that OPS jumps from .566 to .821 which is good for second in MLB. The even better news is tonight’s game is at Coors Field in Denver. I think Colorado does enough to get to Cardinals starter, Adam Wainwright, tonight and come away with a win in the process.

Check out our full game preview for St. Louis Cardinals vs. Colorado Rockies

San Francisco Giants ML (-142)

I know we are backing Johnny Cueto at an insane price for him but is it that insane? His days of being a good bet at -142 are probably gone but this one is about the opponent. They are just a bad team whether they are at home or on the road. No team in MLB has won less games this season and it’s not really close. They have the sixth worst OPS of any team in MLB and their pitching staff has given up more runs than any other MLB team. Basically, they can’t hit or pitch. I think they will find a way to lose again tonight. If they do, we’ll cash this MLB parlay.

Check out our full game preview for San Francisco Giants vs. Arizona Diamondbacks

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Last updated: Thu 1st July 2021

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