Best MLB Parlay Picks Today (Trust Brewers Offense & a Pair of Excellent Pitching Matchups)

The Brewers have lost three straight but are in a perfect bounce-back spot against the Reds today
The Brewers have lost three straight but are in a perfect bounce-back spot against the Reds today / Dylan Buell/GettyImages

You know that Baker Mayfield quote, "I just woke up feeling real dangerous"? Well, I woke up today feeling real Dollarous. I'm ready to fill your day with dollars. Lots of them. And it's going to work out much better for us than it did for Baker Mayfield.

After a mediocre performance by yours truly yesterday, today is the day to nail an MLB parlay. The slate is loaded with value and I'm ready to concoct a winning recipe so glorious, we'll all remember it for hours. Maybe even days.

Using the odds from our good friends at WynnBET Sportsbook, here are today's best MLB Parlay Picks. I hope you're feeling real Dollarous, too.

Best MLB Parlay Picks

Brewers vs Reds Over 8.0 (-125)

Happy Hunter Greene day! The hardest throwing pitcher in the league has, um, had some issues. In his last start, he allowed eight runs in 2.2 innings on five home runs. He has a disastrous 8.71 ERA and has given up 10 home runs in just 20.2 innings over five starts. Milwaukee ranks fourth in average home runs per game and should tee off on Greene.

The over is 8-2 in the Brewers' last 10 and 12-1 in the Reds' last 13. Both those trends continue as Milwaukee may hit this by themselves.

Brewers -1.5 (-120) vs Reds

Come on, it's Hunter Greene Day! Freddy Peralta is on the mound for Brewers and while he struggled in his first two outings, he's starting to find his footing. He's given up just four runs in his last three starts and his 2.47 FIP (Fielding Independent Pitching) suggests his 5.09 ERA is the result of poor luck.

Cincinnati has lost Hunter Greene's last three starts by a combined 16 runs. Milwaukee rolls today.

Marlins vs Diamondbacks First Five Innings Under 4.5 (-120)

Jesus Luzardo has surrendered just four runs total in his last three starts and faces a Diamondbacks lineup today that ranks 29th in OPS against left-handed pitchers. On the other end, Madison Bumgarner has yet to allow more than one run in a start and sports a 1.50 ERA.

Miami ranks 21st in OPS against lefty's and have scored three or fewer runs in four of their last five games. As a cherry on top, the under is 13-2-1 in Diamondbacks' home games this year and has hit in seven straight. Stick with the first five to benefit from the inflated line and avoid Arizona's poor bullpen.

Royals vs Rangers First Five Under 4.0 (-105)

I got into the details of this bet in my preview, but starters Brad Keller and Martin Perez have both been fantastic. Keller sports a 1.74 ERA and has thrown a quality start in four of his five outings, while Perez has allowed precisely one run in his last 20 innings.

Kansas City's offense is perhaps the worst in the sport. They're 29th in runs per game and 28th in OPS, while the Rangers are averaging 1.75 runs per game in their last four. We're again sticking with the first five innings because of the Royals' horrific bullpen.

Four-Game Parlay (+1081)

BOOM! There it is. I hope you're feeling as Dollarous as I am today, because there's no better day than today to nail a four-team +1081 parlay. Feel free to mix-and-match the bets over at WynnBET, but if you're feeling extra Dollarous then slam all four together.

Let's have a day, folks.

Follow all of Joe Summers' betting picks here.