MLB two team parlay (+170) – 4/9/21

NYY ML over TB -132, CLE ML over DET -186 (+170)

We hit again yesterday, making our daily parlays 3-1 the past 4 days. Today, we start with the Yankees over the Rays in the afternoon.

The Rays got off to a 2-0 start against Miami but have since dropped dropped 4 in a row. The Yankees sit at 3-3 but come off a tough late inning loss to the Orioles on Wednesday, both teams having off days yesterday.

Corey Kluber faces off against Rich Hill, who had his struggles against the Marlins, only making it through 4 innings while giving up 4 earned runs.

Hill faces a taller task today, a well rested Yankees lineup who is heating up (averaging almost 6 runs per game over their past 3) while the Rays are cooling down offensively (3 runs per game over their past 3).

I expect a quality start from Kluber and enough offense from this loaded Yankees team to take the game with ease.

The Tigers and Indians meet again after Detroit took two out of three from the Cleveland to start the season.

This Indians lineup isn’t great this year, but it has much more pop than Detroit and Cleveland is on the better side of the pitching matchup with Zach Plesac on the mound.

Julio Teheran may have gotten the win against the Indians last week, but he was fortunate to only give up one run in five innings as he walked 3 and gave up 4 hits. I expect him to regress back closer to what we saw in a decent sample size last season, a 10.05 ERA in 10 games (31.1 IP).

As a reminder, I always put 1 unit on the parlay and 2 units on each bet individually. Follow along here.

Mr. FC

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