MLB Wednesday mega parlay (+862 odds): New York, New York
It’s another jam-packed day in the MLB, and we have another loaded slate on Wednesday with a number of compelling matchups. And what better way to celebrate a full slate of baseball than by going for a big payday? That’s right, we’re back with another mega parlay with a payout of over 8/1 odds at FanDuel Sportsbook. I just cashed my MLB mega parlay last Thursday at +943 odds — let’s make it 2 wins in a week!
Before we dive in, don’t forget to check out our free picks on the side and total for every MLB game today. Let’s get into our mega parlay for Wednesday.
New York Mets -1.5 (-102)
Chicago White Sox ML (+116)
New York Yankees -1.5 (+125)
Parlay odds: +862
Let’s break down each of the legs one by one.
Odds available at DraftKings Sportsbook at time of publishing.
New York Mets -1.5 (-102) over Washington Nationals
To start off this mega parlay, we have the New York Mets on the run line. Simply put, this game is a complete mismatch and we have ample evidence to support that assertion. The Mets have taken the first 2 games of this series in dominant fashion, outscoring Washington 23-5 in that span. New York is on an absolute tear at the plate, and the Nats pitching can’t slow them down. To make matters worse, Evan Lee is making his MLB debut on the mound for Washington. Facing a red-hot lineup should be a rude awakening for Lee in his first taste of the majors. New York is rolling and the Nationals are going in the opposite direction. It might not be another 10-run blowout, but I expect the Mets to get the job done in convincing fashion.
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Chicago White Sox ML (+116) over Toronto Blue Jays
The second leg of this mega parlay has us backing the Chicago White Sox on the money line. Chicago has struggled with injuries and inconsistencies thus far, but the White Sox are starting to play better. And after coming up short on Tuesday, Chicago will turn to one of its most consistent starters to get them back into the win column. With a 1.29 ERA in 42 innings pitched, Michael Kopech has been outstanding this season. The right-hander is just what the south siders need to quiet a hot Blue Jays lineup. On the other side, Toronto will counter with Hyun-Jin Ryu, but the lefty has struggled with his command in 2022. With the better starter on the mound, I expect Chicago to provide Kopech with some much-needed run support and steal a win at the Rogers Centre.
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New York Yankees -1.5 (+125) over Los Angeles Angels
To finish off this mega parlay, we have the New York Yankees on the run line. The hype around the Angels was building, but they’re just 3-8 in their last 11 games. After a 9-1 loss to New York in the series opener, it’s clear that the Halos still need to prove their quality against the AL’s best. Don’t expect LA to get back on track against Nestor Cortes, who has lived up to the “Nasty Nestor” moniker this season. Cortes has surrendered just 10 runs in 53 IP in 2022, to the tune of a 1.70 ERA. Furthermore, the Yankees offense tends to provide Cortes with good run support when he takes the mound. Against Reid Detmers, who has been up and down this season, the Bronx Bombers should grab an early lead and never look back. Back New York to win this important series on Wednesday.
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