MLB Parlay Picks for Tuesday, September 19, 2023

MLB Tuesday, September 19 Parlay Picks

We get a potential playoff preview on Tuesday night on TBS, as the Philadelphia Phillies visit the Atlanta Braves. The Braves have already clinched the National League East, while the Phillies look to be in a strong spot to get the first Wild Card. Somewhat surprisingly, the only other nationally televised game on Tuesday is on ESPN+, as they will be showing the game between the Detroit Tigers and Los Angeles Dodgers. We had a tough week with the parlays last week, so we’ll look to get things started the right way on Tuesday with a couple of same game parlays and a three-team parlay. Let’s look at Tuesday, September 19 MLB same game parlay picks.

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MLB Schedule for Tuesday, September 19

6:40 pm Minnesota Twins @ Cincinnati Reds

6:40 pm New York Mets @ Miami Marlins

6:40 pm Los Angeles Angels @ Tampa Bay Rays

7:05 pm Toronto Blue Jays @ New York Yankees

7:05 pm Chicago White Sox @ Washington Nationals

7:20 pm Philadelphia Phillies @ Atlanta Braves

7:40 pm Pittsburgh Pirates @ Chicago Cubs

7:40 pm Cleveland Guardians @ Kansas City Royals

7:45 pm Milwaukee Brewers @ St. Louis Cardinals

8:05 pm Boston Red Sox @ Texas Rangers

8:10 pm Baltimore Orioles @ Houston Astros

9:40 pm San Francisco Giants @ Arizona Diamondbacks

9:40 pm Seattle Mariners @ Oakland Athletics

9:40 pm Colorado Rockies @ San Diego Padres

10:10 pm Detroit Tigers @ Los Angeles Dodgers

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MLB Same Game Parlay #1

Seattle Mariners -218

Mariners-A’s Under 7.5 (-112)

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The Mariners visit the A’s on Tuesday night and Seattle is in a position where they can’t afford to be losing to Oakland. The probable pitching matchup on Tuesday has Luis Castillo going for Seattle, while the A’s send Paul Blackburn. Castillo is 13-7 with a 3.08 ERA, while Blackburn is 4-5 with a 4.14 ERA. We’ll go with the Mariners and the game under the total as the first same-game parlay.

MLB Same Game Parlay #2

Arizona Diamondbacks -145

Giants-Diamondbacks Under 7.5 (-125)

$100 to win $204

A huge matchup in terms of the National League Wild Card takes place on Tuesday, as the Giants visit the Diamondbacks. The Giants are expected to send Alex Cobb to the mound, while the Giants send Zac Gallen. Cobb is 7-6 with a 3.62 ERA, while Gallen is 15-8 with a 3.50 ERA. I’ll take the Diamondbacks and the game under the total.

MLB Three-Game Parlay

Milwaukee Brewers -135

Texas Rangers -142

San Diego Padres -250

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For the three-team MLB parlay on Tuesday we’ll start with the Brewers visiting the Cardinals. It is supposed to be Drew Rom getting the start for St. Louis and count me among those who don’t believe in him. I know he was better last time out, but I am still not sold. He is 1-2 with a 5.96 ERA. The Brewers should be sending Adrian Houser and he is 6-4 with a 4.53 ERA. I’ll take Milwaukee as the first team in the parlay.

The Texas Rangers host the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday and Texas is battling for a playoff spot. They send their ace, Nathan Eovaldi, to the mound, while the Red Sox go with Tanner Houck. Eovaldi is 11-4 with a 2.96 ERA. He is still working his way back from injury, but there is no doubt the Rangers need him to start giving them some innings. Houck is 5-9 with an ERA of nearly five. I’ll take Texas as the second team in the parlay.

The final team in the parlay will be the Padres. They should be going with Blake Snell and although I am not a fan of his, he is in the mix for the National League Cy Young. Snell is 14-9 with a 2.43 ERA. The Rockies were undecided on their starter as of this writing. We’ll go with San Diego as the last team in the parlay.

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