MLB Tuesday parlay picks at mega +750 odds today 5/14: Dodgers roll their rivals in San Francisco

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The MLB season rolls on today with 16 games on the docket as a number of teams prepare for a new week of baseball, while others pick up the 2nd game of their series. Still, with the entire league in action on Tuesday, 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 Phillies taking on the Mets at 1:10 pm ET and concluding with the Dodgers facing off against the Giants at 9:45 pm ET. You can also check out all of our MLB picks for today’s action.

Dodgers -1.5 (-105)

Cubs vs Braves Under 8 (-112)

Orioles -1.5 (+130)

MLB parlay odds: +750

For this MLB parlay, I am going with a bet on the Dodgers and Orioles run line, plus and a game to go under the total. Let’s break down each of the 3 legs.

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Los Angeles Dodgers -1.5 over San Francisco Giants (-105)

To start off our MLB parlay, I’m going with the Los Angeles Dodgers on the run line. It might have taken a little while to get to this point, but the Dodgers are right where most experts expected this season. Los Angeles is currently leading the NL West and looks every bit the part of a World Series favorite, particularly now that Shohei Ohtani is back in the lineup. Furthermore, Dave Roberts’ team is 5-2 this season when Gavin Stone takes the mound, which is what we’re getting on Tuesday. Los Angeles will also get the pleasure of taking on Keaton Winn, who has given up a ton of hard contact this season (bottom 2 percentile among all qualified pitchers) and holds an ERA of 5.63 on the campaign. Let’s back the Dodgers to win by at least 2 runs in this rivalry matchup.

Chicago Cubs vs Atlanta Braves Under 8 (-112) 

For the second leg in our MLB parlay, I’m going with this National League matchup to stay under the total. Simply put, this game is all about the starting pitchers. Jameson Taillon has been a total surprise for the Cubs, posting an ERA of 1.13 on the season, to go along with an xWOBA, WOBACON (quality of contact by opposing hitters) and xERA all within the top 5 percentile of qualified pitchers this season. On the other side, Chris Sale has quietly been dealing with his new club, with an xERA of 2.85 and terrific marks in hard-hit rate and average exit velocity from opposing hitters. Given the prowess of these pitchers, it’s hard to imagine a high-scoring affair in Atlanta on Tuesday. With that in mind, let’s back the under in what should be a terrific game.

Baltimore Orioles -1.5 over Toronto Blue Jays (+130) 

To close it out this MLB parlay, I’m going to be backing the Baltimore Orioles on the run line. Baltimore is one of the best teams in baseball and it all starts with its young offense, which ranks inside the top 10 in nearly every major batting category this season. However, what has been most encouraging for the Orioles’ chances at winning the AL East has been their tremendous starting pitching. Corbin Burnes has been every bit the ace that he was promised to be, but Kyle Bradish has arguably been even better to this point. Bradish (1.86 ERA) should continue to thrive on Tuesday against a Blue Jays lineup that is currently 23rd in OPS and 25th in slugging percentage for the season. On the other side, Chris Bassitt (5.06 ERA) has struggled mightily and I don’t expect that to change in this matchup. Let’s get to the window with the Orioles on Tuesday.

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