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Saturday Night Major League Baseball Parlay Betting Prediction

Saturday Night Major League Baseball Parlay Betting Prediction

Angels vs Royals: MLB Playoff style action at Kauffman Stadium Kansas City (69-46) is twelve games clear of Minnesota as the Royals are running away with the AL Central Division crown. The defending AL Champs are also five games up on the New York Yankees in American League pennant chase. Los Angeles is in fierce […]

Angels vs Royals: MLB Playoff style action at Kauffman Stadium

Kansas City (69-46) is twelve games clear of Minnesota as the Royals are running away with the AL Central Division crown. The defending AL Champs are also five games up on the New York Yankees in American League pennant chase. Los Angeles is in fierce battle with Houston as the Angels trail the Astros by 2.5 games in the AL West. Still MLB playoff positioned, the Halos own the second AL Wild Card position as they are 1.5 games up on Baltimore and 2.5 games back of Toronto.

Tigers vs Astros: Surprising ‘Stros continue to impress while leading the AL West

A shock to many, and largely dismissed as not being sustainable over 162 games, Houston’s winning ways (63-53) have been the “feel good” story of the 2015 MLB season. The Astros are a decent 14-11 since the All- Star beak and they own a slim 2.5 game lead in the AL West. A fairly impressive 26-17 season start has melted away in the Motor City as Detroit is 29-43 since May 23. The Cats have turned into Kittens as they trail the Royals by 14 games in the AL Central Division. The Tigers also trail five teams as they sit five games back in the AL Wild Card playoff race.

MLB Parlay Prediction: We get two teams that are division leaders and are both playing at home here. We also like Johnny Cueto and Collin McHugh on the bump for the Royals and Astros. While we expect a close contest in Kansas City – we can’t say the same about the battle in Houston. Tie the Royals and Astros together with a 300 money line parlay with the betting odds posted on the Bodog MLB betting board. Click the odds image below to connect to Bodog instantly!

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