Friday is a loaded slate of games across the MLB on Friday and that means many different options for MLB parlays. Let’s take a look at the best MLB parlays to make the start of your weekend a winning one.
St. Louis Cardinals -150 / Milwaukee Brewers, Minnesota Twins under 9.5 -110 / Arizona Diamondbacks, Philadelphia Phillies under 8.5 -110 // $10 bet pays $50.74
I have been one to fade J.A. Happ this season, but this is a good spot to take him. J.A. Happ has been pitching a lot better with the St. Louis Cardinals. Over Happ’s last three starts he has given up only three runs total. His last start against the Pittsburgh Pirates was a strong one going six innings giving up one hit and one run. Look for the Cardinals to give him some run support, and the favorite will come away with the victory.
The Milwaukee Brewers and Minnesota Twins are both going to struggle to score in this game. Andrew Albers is coming off a strong start and I expect the Brewers are going to struggle to get to him. Eric Lauer doesn’t go that deep in games, but he usually finds a whole lot of success in the innings he does.
This total is too high for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Philadelphia Phillies. Aaron Nola has been pretty good this year, but I really think this total is going to go under because of Taylor Widener. Widener has been strong this season sitting with a 2-1 record and an ERA of 4.24. Back the under.
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Arizona Diamondbacks +180 / Cincinnati Reds -145 / Milwaukee Brewers, Minnesota Twins under 9.5 -110 // $10 bet pays $80.32
This parlay is a little longer shot, but there is a chance for a very high payout. Widener can go toe to toe with Nola, and the Diamondbacks are going to get the job done because their offense will give enough run support.
Wade Miley gets the start for the Cincinnati Reds and he is going to find success in this game. Over Miley’s last two starts he has gone 11.2 innings so far this season giving up only two runs. This is too good of a price for the Reds.