Action247 Multi-Game Parlay for May 28, 2023

Last night, the Dallas Stars and the Boston Celtics staved off elimination in their respective Conference Finals, giving us another night of playoff action but also handing us a parlay loss.

We created Saturday’s same-game parlay around game five between the Dallas Stars and Vegas Golden Knights, rolling with the Golden Knights to move on to the Stanley Cup Finals. With a 4-2 Dallas win, we received two losses as we also selected game five to follow the trends and hit the under.

However, yesterday’s parlay has a bright spot: we predicted the Dallas Stars would cover the spread. While we selected Dallas’ would cover the spread in a losing effort, a win is a win, and we’ll take it!

We ended last week with a 1-6 parlay record and 10-11 on individual pics. We’re shifting Sunday’s same-game parlay focus to MLB while spending our day with the crown jewels of motorsports (and rooting for the Wiley’ Ol Campaigner, Fernando Alonso, to take the lead of the Monaco Grand Prix at Sainte Devote and hold Max Verstappen off).

Let’s start our week with a winning, MLB-heavy, same-game parlay to regain our Parlay Blog championship.

New York Yankees over San Diego Padres (-149)

We remember that stats matter and note that Yankee’s starting pitcher Gerrit Cole is 5-0 this season, with a 2.53 ERA and 1.14 WHIP.

The Yankees are 18-13 at home, while the Padres have a 12-13 road record. New York and San Diego have split the first two games of their three-game set.

But stats matter, and the Padres are ranked 29th in MLB with a .222 batting average and 28th in runs/9 innings, averaging 4.03 runs per game.

We’re taking Cole and the Yankees to win.

Toronto Blue Jays versus Minnesota Twins over 8.5 (-105)

The Toronto Blue Jays have a 27-24-2 over/under record, while the Minnesota Twins have a 22-27-3 over/under record.

The over is 7-2 in the previous nine meetings, with these teams posting a 1-1 over/under record in this weekend’s three-game set.

The Twins’ Bailey Ober has the better pitching stats compared to José Berrios, the latter of whom has a 4.22 ERA.

There is also the wild card that is the Blue Jays’ offense, which can put double-digit runs on the board on their own.

Let’s take the value in the odds and take the over.

Chicago Cubs over Cincinnati Reds (-164)

The Cubs have a 13-14 home record, while the Reds are 9-15 on the road.

However, the Reds have won the Series’ first two games and hold a 3-1 head-to-head lead this season.

But Sunday’s starting pitching matchup heavily favors the Cubs, with left-hander Drew Smyly and his 2.93 ERa and 0.98 WHIP taking on the Reds’ Graham Ashcroft, who has a 5.57 ERA and a 1.48 WHIP.

The Cubs’ offense is going to come alive, and Chicago is going to win on Sunday.

All odds are courtesy of Action247 Sportsbook. Good luck!!

* All odds provided by Action247 Sportsbook and all odds subject to change.
**All views expressed are my own. My picks are my own and are not a guarantee, bet at your own risk.