Best MLB Parlay Picks Today (Orioles, Rangers & Others Ready To Start the Fireworks)

The Rangers have won four straight behind Jon Gray as they take on the Mets today
The Rangers have won four straight behind Jon Gray as they take on the Mets today / Kyle Rivas/GettyImages

Look, we all know you waited until the last minute to buy fireworks and now prices are through the roof. There's food and party festivities to purchase as well. Suddenly, you're in need of a big Sunday cash to keep the bank account and guests happy.

You've come to the right place. With 15 games on today's MLB slate, it's the perfect time for a clutch parlay cash.

The BetSided team found value in each matchup with our game previews, but I've also identified a few key games that can join forces for that beautiful cash we need before our holiday parties.

Using the odds from WynnBET Sportsbook, here are my favorite MLB parlay picks of the day. It's time to be clutch:

Best MLB Parlay Picks Today

Marlins (-125) vs Nationals

I'm with Matt De Saro here - the Marlins have won six-straight against the Nationals as road favorites and should continue dominating the series with Pablo Lopez taking on Erick Fedde this afternoon.

Lopez labored through June with a 5.34 ERA, but his poor starts came against the powerful Cardinals and Mets lineups. Thus, I'm willing to cut him some slack. Washington has the league's worst OPS at home against right-handed pitchers and are 1-7 in their last eight as home underdogs, so Lopez will see a considerable step-down in competition.

Fedde has a 4.38 ERA at home while the Marlins are 13-3 in their last 16 as favorites. Back the better pitcher, lineup and defense with the visitors.

Blue Jays (-122) vs Rays

Ross Stripling has been superb as a starter and I like the short price on him at home today. He had a 1.59 ERA in June as the Blue Jays have won four of five behind him.

Shane Baz has impressed as well for Tampa Bay, but his 4.18 expected ERA implies he's been a bit lucky and he's struggled with command. The Blue Jays have the third-highest OPS against right-handed pitchers over the last month while the Rays are 24th, so Toronto has a lineup advantage as well.

I'll take the home favorites to push Tampa to 2-8 in their last 10 as road underdogs.

Rangers (+128) vs Mets

I know the Mets have been dominant as home favorites, but we cashed on the Rangers yesterday and we will again today.

The Monstars from Space Jam must have visited Carlos Corrasco, because he's suddenly one of the worst starters in the sport. He has a 9.94 ERA in his last four starts as the Mets are 1-3 in that stretch.

Meanwhile, Jon Gray allowed two or fewer runs in five of his last six and compiled a 2.39 ERA in June. Texas has won four straight behind him and four of five as road underdogs.

As a cherry on top, the Rangers are ninth in OPS against right-handed pitchers over the last two weeks and the Mets are dead last. We get the better pitcher and lineup at plus odds? Sign me up.

Orioles (+138) vs Twins

For the second consecutive day, the Orioles bullpen collapsed and the Twins won on a walk-off. That's a cruel reverse of fortune as Baltimore has one of the league's best bullpens and Minnesota one of the worst, but it's creating value on the visitors today.

The Orioles have won six straight behind Wells by a combined score of 47-12. He's been obscenely good and even took a no-hitter into the fifth inning in his last start against Seattle. Minnesota starter Devin Smeltzer has impressed too, but his last two outings came against the Guardians, who are the league's worst lineup against left-handed pitchers. Baltimore is ninth in OPS against southpaws over the last two weeks and should bring Smeltzer back down to earth.

Minnesota's luck runs out today. At the least, we're getting tremendous value on Wells to stay hot against a lineup I don't trust.

Rockies (+103) vs Diamondbacks/Under 11.0 (-105)

Chad Kuhl as a home underdog against an Arizona team that's lost seven of nine as road favorites? Sign me up.

In Kuhl's last three home starts, he shutout Los Angeles, limited the Guardians to two runs, and held the Braves scoreless over six innings. Now, he's a home 'dog to a Diamondbacks team that ranks 24th in OPS against right-handed pitchers over the last three weeks.

Zac Gallen has been great this year, but he posted a 5.26 ERA in June and Arizona has lost three straight road starts by him. Thus, I see value with Kuhl. But I also like the under. It's 7-2 in that poor Arizona stretch as road favorites and 7-3-1 in Colorado's last 11 as home 'dogs and 5-1 in Kuhl's starts at Coors Field.

The under has fallen from 11.5 to 11 since I wrote up my preview this morning, but that only emboldens my belief in the pick. Expect another dazzling performance from Kuhl while the Rockies improve to 6-1 in their last seven as home underdogs.

MLB Parlay for July 3, 2022

The "O'er the Land of the Cash" Parlay (+6944)

  • Marlins (-125) vs Nationals
  • Blue Jays (-122) vs Rays
  • Rangers (+128) vs Mets
  • Orioles (+138) vs Twins
  • Rockies (+103) vs Diamondbacks
  • Rockies vs Diamondbacks Under 11.0 (-105)

Certainly swinging for the fences with this one. But it's July 3 and we want the massive box of fireworks, right? Save the sparklers for those who can't dream.

It's obviously unlikely we hit a parlay with +6944 odds (bet $25 to win $1736.07), so I highly encourage you to pick your favorite plays to make your own parlay. A Rangers/Orioles/Rockies underdog moneyline parlay still has odds of +1002, for example.

However you choose to fill out your bet slip at WynnBET Sportsbook, I wish you luck as always. Let's get after it, and fingers crossed we'll be throwing the best holiday party on the block tomorrow.

Follow all of Joe Summers' betting picks here.