Best MLB Parlays for 10/11/2022

Best MLB Parlays for Tuesday
October 11, 2022 1:00 pm EDT

Day 1 of the MLB division series kicks off on Tuesday and there is plenty of value across the board. Let’s take a look at a couple of MLB parlays to make your Tuesday a winning one. 

Houston Astros ML -230 / Atlanta Braves -1.5 +115 // $10 bet pays $20.85

-230 is a big number to lay, but in the playoffs, I am good with laying the bigger number, especially in a parlay. On the mound for the Astros will be Justin Verlander, who sits with an ERA of 1.75. The Mariners’ offense was good in the last series against the Toronto Blue Jays, but they haven’t been known for their offense this season. The Astros will score a couple of runs here, and Houston will secure the win. 

The Atlanta Braves are going to beat the Philadelphia Phillies by a couple of runs here. Ranger Suarez is on the mound for the Phillies and in his last start against the Houston Astros, he went three innings, giving up seven hits and six runs. Max Fried has been lights out heading into this game, and he’s going to lockdown in this game. Back the Braves -1.5 to cash. 

Cleveland Guardians ML +180 / San Deigo Padres, Los Angeles Dodgers under 7 -110 // $10 bet pays $43.45

When the lights have been the brightest this year. It seems Gerrit Cole has struggled, and I’m not sure if it’s going to change much here. Cole has had some strong starts, but far too often he has had blowup starts and given up six or seven runs. The Guardians have the bats to get to Cole here, and Cleveland will come away with the victory. This might not be a popular play. But the Guardians will take the 1-0 series lead. 

The San Diego Padres and Los Angeles Dodgers are both going to struggle to score here. Mike Clevinger has pitched well coming into this game and in his last start he went six innings against the Chicago White Sox he went six innings giving up three hits and one run. Julio Urias over his last three starts has given up only three runs total, and the Padres are going to struggle to score here. Back the under.

Shane Mickle

I have been following sports for as long as I can remember and started writing about them back in high school. My favorite sports include MLB, NBA, NFL, CFB, CBB, and the UFC. Follow me on Twitter at @shanemickle

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