MLB Wednesday parlay at mega +690 odds today 5/29: Orioles take care of business

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The MLB season rolls on today with another terrific slate of games on the docket on Wednesday as a number of teams play during the day, while we’ll see a couple of primetime game to round out the slate. With most of the league in action on Wednesday, 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 Pirates taking on the Tigers at 12:40 pm ET and concluding with an AL West matchup between the Houston Astros and Seattle Mariners at 9:40 pm ET.

You can also check out all of our MLB picks for today’s action.

Orioles -1.5 (+114)

Guardians -1.5 (+100)

Yankees -1.5 (-118)

MLB parlay odds: +690

For this MLB parlay I am going with a bet on the Orioles, Guardians and Yankees to all win by multiple runs. Let’s break down each of the 3 legs.

Baltimore Orioles -1.5 over Boston Red Sox (+114) 

To start off our MLB mega parlay I have the Baltimore Orioles on the run line. These AL East rivals split the first couple of games of the series, and now both teams will be sending their best starters to the mound on Wednesday. However, that’s where Baltimore has the significant edge. Corbin Burnes is not always perfect, but you can basically mark him down for a quality start in just about every outing. If fact, you have to go back over a month to find the last time the Orioles ace failed to log a quality start, and he still hasn’t allowed more than 3 runs in any outing all season. And while Kutter Crawford’s metrics have been strong for Boston, his underlying numbers (3.48 xERA) do suggest a bit of regression is in the cards. Baltimore’s offense should do just enough to give Burnes a lead, and that’s all we should need in this one. Let’s back the Orioles to start strong and win this game by at least 2 runs.

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Cleveland Guardians -1.5 over Colorado Rockies (+100)

For the second leg in our MLB parlay I’m going with the Cleveland Guardians on the run line on Wednesday. Cleveland is in the midst of a red-hot stretch where its won 10 of its last 11 games. The offense has been explosive, leading the American League with 282 runs scored while José Ramírez is making an early MVP case, as he leads the majors with 56 RBIs while mashing 16 home runs. The Guardians offense just put up 13 runs on Tuesday and this scorching hot unit should be able to tee off against a Rockies pitching staff that ranks dead last in ERA and WHIP. Cleveland is sending Logan Allen to the mound and he’s been sharp lately, posting a 1.53 ERA over his last 3 starts spanning 17.2 innings pitched. The Guardians’ bullpen has also been excellent, ranking 3rd in the majors in opponent scoring. Look for Cleveland to stay hot.

Read our full Cleveland Guardians vs Colorado Rockies predictions

New York Yankees -1.5 over Los Angeles Angels (-118) 

To close out this MLB parlay I have the New York Yankees on the run line. Aaron Boone’s team is looking to bounce back after dropping the first game of this series on Tuesday, and I see no reason to believe that the Yankees won’t get things done given the edge that they have at the plate and on the mound in this one. Luis Gil has been a revelation on the mound for New York this season and he’s truly the Yankees new “ace” with Gerrit Cole out on the IL. Gil enters this game with a 6-1 record and a 2.11 ERA, while also striking out 70 batters and allowing just 27 hits in 55.1 innings pitched this year. On the other side, the Yankees red-hot top of the lineup should be able to get to Tyler Anderson (4.62 xERA). New York’s bullpen simply blew the game in the eighth inning on Tuesday, something that is very uncharacteristic for this team, as they are second in the majors in bullpen ERA. As long as the bullpen doesn’t capitulate again, we should get to the window with the Bronx Bombers in this one.

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