MLB Tuesday four-team mega parlay (+1799): Giants plow Rangers

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You can't win if you don't bet. That's a fact. I've been betting games for over 20 years and writing about it for the past 10. If there's a game, there's an angle. We just have to find it.

Big MLB slates call for big mega parlays. That’s just how things are done. It’s science. We’ve got day baseball on the MLB Network with the San Francisco Giants visiting the Texas Rangers. We’ve got a 7:10pm ET game between the New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays that will be on ESPN. The MLB Network will get back in on the action with the Seattle Mariners and Los Angles Dodgers at 10:10pm ET. With all this action, we are in need of a little action. Here’s a four-team mega parlay to get us right.

San Francisco Giants -1.5 (+122)

Kansas City Royals -1.5 (+134)

Arizona Diamondbacks ML (-118)

Los Angeles Dodgers -1.5 (-106)

Parlay odds: +1799

San Francisco Giants -1.5 over Texas Rangers (+122)

Don’t look now but the San Francisco Giants might actually be good. They are currently in first place in the NL West over teams like the San Diego Padres and Los Angeles Dodgers which is impressive. On the season, only two teams have hit more home runs than the Giants and that could be an issue today for the Rangers and starting pitcher, Jordan Lyles. Lyles has allowed a long ball in each of his seven starts this season. He’s given up two deep flys in two of those starts. Look for the Giants to smash today and win this one by at least two runs. Our parlay should start in style today.

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Kansas City Royals -1.5 over Detroit Tigers (+134)

Matthew Boyd is not a guy to target generally speaking but today could be a little different. Boyd left his last start after one inning with tendinitis in his left knee so he is likely to not be 100%. Even if he is, the Tigers may not let him go as long as he normally could just to be safe. That’s a relief to the Royals as Boyd held them to only two runs over eight innings on April 24th. The Tigers have the worst bullpen in baseball so as soon as Boyd leaves, the party starts. Our parlay will pick up steam with this win.

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Arizona Diamondbacks ML over Miami Marlins (-118)

This is a move on Madison Bumgarner and nothing else. He has been electric over his last four starts and I would expect that to be the case again tonight. The Diamondbacks have won three of his last four outings and all by at least two runs. He was beaten by this same Marlins team in his last start but even a blind squirrel finds a nut every now and then. The Marlins will be on the road for this one and the streets haven’t been good to them. As a team, they are batting just .215 away from home and that will be a problem tonight. Our parlay will still be intact when this one ends.

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Los Angeles Dodgers -1.5 over Seattle Mariners (-106)

The Dodgers were supposed the be running away with the NL West by now but so far that hasn’t happened. They find themselves sitting in third place, three games back from the hated San Francisco Giants. Help seems to be on the way though as they have a date with Yusei Kikuchi tonight. Over his last four starts, Kikuchi has given up at least three earned runs in three of them. If Walker Buehler is even somewhat effective, the Dodgers could run away with this one. This win will hopefully cash the parlay for us at roughly 1:04 am ET.

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