MLB Wednesday three-team mega parlay (+1047 odds): Twins to start turning things around

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We have a more than full 16-game slate in Major League Baseball on Wednesday, as every team is in action, plus the White Sox and Guardians are playing a doubleheader on the heels of multiple postponements.

Let’s take a look at Wednesday’s 3-team mega parlay.

Diamondbacks ML (+115)

Blue Jays -1.5 (+110)

Twins -1.5 (+134)

Parlay odds: +1047

For this parlay we are going with two favorites on the run line and one underdog on the money line. Let’s break down each of the three legs one by one.

Diamondbacks ML over Nationals (+115)

Josh Bell has been swinging a hot bat for the Nats, but the order is still not very fearsome. After you get past him in the lineup at clean up there is not much there. For the Diamondbacks, Merrill Kelly has been very effective through 2 starts this season. He has pitched only 9.0 innings, but has yet to give up a run while striking out 13 batters. Arizona desperately needs him to keep up the great work if it is going to be competitive this season. For better or worse, you know what you are going to get with the Nationals’ Erick Fedde: mediocre performances. This is a very winnable game for Arizona.

Check out our Diamondbacks vs Nationals preview

Blue Jays -1.5 over Red Sox (+110)

The divisional series of colors between the Blue Jays and Red Sox never seems to disappoint. Boston is trying to take this series after getting only a split against the Twins. In a division as deep as the AL East, every game is pivotal. The Sox will send Nick Pivetta on the mound for game 2, but he has struggled mightily thus far. His loss to the Yankees could be considered understandable, but the smackdown he received from the Twins was not. Minnesota put up 4 runs on 5 hits before getting him pulled after just 2.0 innings. If a lineup that had Byron Buxton exiting the game early can do that, Pivetta could be in for a long day against the Jays’ bats. Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s bat alone is enough to cause that damage. Add in George Springer and Lourdes Gurriel Jr. and it just seems unfair.

Check out our Blue Jays vs Red Sox preview

Twins -1.5 over Royals (+134)

These teams leave a lot to be desired but can still provide some interesting individual narratives. Minnesota’s addition of Carlos Correa was arguably the biggest move of the offseason and Kansas City has one of the most-hyped rookies in recent memory in Bobby Witt Jr. They’ve each had their moments of brilliance this season but have not yet shown consistency. With Daniel Lynch taking the mound for Kansas City, Correa and company should have a good chance of waking up in a big way. Lynch was shelled by the Cardinals in his only start this season. Minnesota newcomer Chris Paddack is likely to have the upper hand in this pitching matchup.

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