MLB Tuesday parlay at mega +911 odds today 6/11: Pirates start fast in St. Louis

Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Paul Skenes (30) throws a pitch against the Detroit Tigers in the second inning at Comerica Park.
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The MLB season rolls on today with another exciting 15-game slate on the docket on Tuesday. With every team in action, there is plenty to attack and craft an MLB parlay. Let’s dive into today’s MLB parlay picks, with games getting underway at 6:40 pm ET with the Braves taking on the Orioles and concluding with the Dodgers taking on the Rangers at 10:10 pm ET. You can also check out all of our MLB picks for today’s action.

Pirates F5 -0.5 (-102)

Mariners -1.5 (-115)

Mets -1.5 (+158)

MLB parlay odds: +911

For this MLB parlay, I am going with a bet on the Mets and Mariners to win by multiple runs, along with the Pirates to win in the first 5 innings. Let’s break down each of the 3 legs.

Pittsburgh Pirates first 5 innings -0.5 over St. Louis Cardinals (-102)

To start off our MLB parlay, I’m going with the Pittsburgh Pirates on the run line in the first 5 innings. We’ve got a clear edge on the mound in this one and it all starts with rookie phenom Paul Skenes. The Pirates’ new ace has been as advertised through his first 5 starts on the campaign, racking up a whopping 38 strikeouts over his first 27 innings pitched. Skenes’ 2.70 xERA shows that his success has been no fluke, while he’s surrendered just 21 hits and 9 earned runs in that span. With a strikeout percentage in the top 2 percentile of all qualified starters, Skenes should dominate early on against St. Louis. The Pirates should also see success at the plate against Cardinals starter Miles Mikolas (5.32 ERA), so let’s back Pittsburgh to be leading after 5 innings in this one.

Seattle Mariners -1.5 over Chicago White Sox (-102) 

For the second leg in our MLB parlay, I’m going with the Seattle Mariners on the run line. As I’ve mentioned in previous parlay articles this season, the Mariners don’t inspire much confidence at the plate of late. However, they’ll get the advantage of taking on a White Sox team that is the worst side in baseball by a considerable margin. Chicago can’t seem to do anything right, as it just allowed 8 runs on 11 hits to Seattle in Monday’s defeat. The host Mariners should see more success against Drew Thorpe, who is making his first start of the year after being called up from the minor leagues recently. On the other side, I can’t see Chicago’s below-average offense causing much havoc against Bryan Woo and this excellent Mariners bullpen. Let’s take Seattle on the run line on Tuesday.

New York Mets -1.5 over Miami Marlins (+158) 

To close out this MLB parlay, I have the New York Mets on the run line. Much like the other 2 matchups I’ve already broken down, this is a game where New York has a considerable edge on the mound. That should be the difference, particularly with how the Mets lineup has been playing recently. The Mets have won 5 of their last 6 games while totaling 31 runs scored in that span. Time will tell if New York has begun to turn the corner and right the ship on what has been a disappointing season thus far, but a matchup with the Marlins and Jesus Luzardo (5.30 ERA) is certainly a nice tonic for an offense that is starting to play up to its potential in recent games. Tylor Megill is coming off a shaky start against the Nationals, but his previous 3 starts were all quite strong, so let’s take the Mets to win by at least 2 runs in Queens.

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