MLB two team parlay (+230) – 5/5/21

BAL ML over SEA +104, LAD ML over CHC -162 (+230)

We hit on the Mariners yesterday but didn’t hit the parlay due to the Yankees taking down the Astros, but ended the day 2-2 and breaking even (+1.6u on SEA, +1.38u on MIA, -2u on HOU, -1u on the parlay).

Today I’m taking the other side and riding with the plus money on Baltimore with their ace John Means (57.0 rolling game score) on the mound against Seattle’s Yusei Kikuchi (48.0 rolling game score).

Means has been dominant so far this season in his six starts, going 3-0 with a 1.70 ERA. Kikuchi hasn’t found the same success quite yet this season (1-1 4.40 ERA over 5 starts), so as I mentioned yesterday with the offenses both being mediocre, I’ll roll with the side with the much better and consistent starting pitcher.

Next, we’re riding with Walker Buehler (57.2 rolling game score) and the Dodgers again over the Cubs after the rainout Monday pushed him back to today, where he’ll face Cubs righty Adbert Alzolay (50.0 rolling game score).

Yesterday the Cubs did what might be the greatest accomplishment this entire regular season by sweeping the Dodgers in a doubleheader with Kershaw and Bauer on the mound in each game.

I don’t see them taking down the final piece of the Dodgers three headed monster today to sweep the series, especially since this is the first top 10 lineup Alzolay (1-2 4.71 ERA) has faced this season as the Dodgers still rank 5th in the league (4.90 runs per game).

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

Mr. FC

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