MLB Same Game Parlay Odds & Picks for Sunday, June 26 (2022)

Jun 26, 2022 - 1:00 PM

Let’s check out some exciting series finales in this weekend’s slate. We had to highlight the nationally televised game as it is between two of the better teams in the National League and two of the best pitchers this season. That game could undoubtedly turn into an exciting pitcher’s duel.


Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Atlanta Braves

  • Leg 1: Under 8.5 (-102)
  • Leg 2: Tony Gonsolin under 5.5 strikeouts (-124)
  • Leg 3: Spencer Strider over 6.5 strikeouts (-110)

While the Dodgers look good on the stats sheets, it’s not coming through on the standings. This month they’ve been swept by their dreaded rivals the Giants, and the awful Pirates. Tonight they’ll play a rubber match in Atlanta.

They have not only their best pitcher on the mound but probably the current NL Cy Young favorite. Tony Gonsolin has been a quality start machine – he has yet to allow over two runs in any start, including five scoreless starts, one of which was six shutout innings against the Braves. His off-speed pitchers have been nearly untouchable as his splitter has a 28.1% hard-hit rate and his slider has a 40% whiff rate.

The Braves are one of the hottest teams in baseball, and the offense has been the catalyst. Coming into this game, they’re second in OPS  (.849), home runs (46), and fourth in wRC+ (132) since June 1. They’ve also gained a ton of ground by erasing a double-digit lead for the Mets to just five games.

Spencer Strider will take the mound, and when you see his stuff, you know why he’s one of the top power pitchers in the league. The only thing as great as his mustache is his fastball, as he can deliver it at 100 MPH, and his whiff rate of 32% shows he can blow it by you, but he throws it with precision as he can paint the corner with it. That and getting hitters off balance on his slider with a 48% whiff rate has made him nearly unhittable this year.

This will be a great game to watch on the national stage with two championship-caliber teams bringing two great pitchers.

Parlay Odds: +537 via FanDuel

New York Mets vs. Miami Marlins

  • Leg 1: Mets first half ML (-105)
  • Leg 2: David Peterson over 4.5 strikeouts (-126)
  • Leg 3: Pete Alonso to record 2+ total bases (+105)

The Mets have been dominating this matchup against the Marlins this year as they come into this Sunday winning five of the first six matchups averaging six runs scored per game and allowing two runs per game as they go for the sweep.

David Peterson will take the mound for New York in the finale, and he’s pitched well all season. His previous start against Miami this year was one of his best, as he pitched 5.1 scoreless innings and struck out seven. The one problem this year is Buck has been giving him a quick hook as he’s only completed the sixth inning once this season.

On the other side,  Daniel Castano has had a few separate stints in Miami, and in his recent call up, he’s earned a spot in the rotation. His most recent start was one of the roughest appearances this season, as he allowed four runs and three walks in just 3.1 innings. The Mets have been solid against lefties this season as they’re seventh in wRC (95) and tenth in OBP (.327), and seventh in walk rate (9.3%). Castro has struggled to find the plate in this last two starts with five walks total.

The Mets offense is playing well right now, and with Peterson coming in with a great start against the Marlins, they should be leaving South Beach on their brooms.

Parlay Odds: +469 via FanDuel

Philadelphia Phillies vs. San Diego Padres

  • Leg 1: Padres -1.5 (+132)
  • Leg 2: Yu Darvish over 6.5 strikeouts (+104)
  • Leg 3: Under 7.5 (-108)

After getting volcanic by winning 15 of 17, the Phillies have cooled to about the heat of the outside of a lava lamp, losing four of their last six. The offense was one of the best as they were top four in OBP, SLG, and OPS from June 1-18 but are now slumping as they’re dead last in all three since June 19.

It won’t help as they may need to score runs for Kyle Gibson, who is struggling this month. He has a 4.56 ERA and a 4.51 FIP in his four starts in June.  The team is 3-1 in those starts and scored seven or more in two of them, but this was the earlier in the month when the team was hitting well.

The Phillies will have the challenging task of facing Yu Darvish. After a not-so-stellar first season in San Diego, he’s been pitching well this season but especially great at home. The more pitcher-friendly Petco Park has been great to him as he’s 4-1 with a 1.34 ERA and a 0.645 WHIP.

It’s not whom the Phillies want to see as the bats have suddenly gone cold. The Padres will be able to take this rubber game on the back of Darvish pitching another gem at home.

Parlay Odds: +671 via FanDuel


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