Dodgers vs Padres Same Game Parlay | MLB Odds, Picks for Julio Urias, Joe Musgrove, More (Sunday, May 7)
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Dodgers vs. Padres Odds
-110 / -110
-110 / -110
The Dodgers and Padres are likely going to battle for National League West supremacy throughout the rest of the season. They might even meet in the playoffs again.
The Dodgers have been one of the most successful teams in all of baseball in recent years and the Padres have acquired players through free agency and trades to attempt to get on their level.
Los Angeles enters this series finale two games ahead of the Padres in the division after winning 2-1 on Saturday to even this series at one game apiece. Which side will get the job done under the bright lights on Sunday Night Baseball?
The Parlay (+460)
- Julio Urias 5+ Strikeouts (-172)
- Joe Musgrove Over 5.5 Strikeouts (-116)
- Dodgers Moneyline (-108)
Parlay: Urias, Musgrove, Dodgers ML (+460)
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Same-Game Parlay – San Diego Padres vs Los Angeles Dodgers
Julio Urias 5+ Strikeouts
The Padres aren’t a strikeout-heavy team, so we’re playing the lower number on Urias here.
The Padres can put out a lineup with just two left-handed hitters in it. San Diego’s projected lineup tonight has just a 19% strikeout percentage against left-handed pitching this season. Urias, on the other hand, has a 27% strikeout percentage this season. In seven starts this season, Urias has gone over this number every time except back on April 21 against the Chicago Cubs, against whom he couldn’t make it out of the fourth inning.
This is the first time Urias will face the Padres this season. Unless he’s knocked out of the game early, he should go over this number.
Joe Musgrove Over 5.5 Strikeouts
Musgrove has only made two starts this season after getting a late start due to an injury in spring training. In his first start, he struck out six batters against the ArizonaDiamondbacks. In his last start, he struck out only three batters and failed to make it out of the fourth inning against the San Francisco Giants.
Musgrove had a 25% strikeout percentage last year, though. This year, he has a 23% strikeout percentage and a 25% strikeout percentage against left-handed hitters in a small sample of two starts.
That strikeout upside against left-handed batters should help against the Dodgers, who have five left-handed hitters in their projected lineup. Two of those left-handed hitters, James Outman and Max Muncy, strike out quite a bit, to the tune of at least a 28% strikeout percentage against right-handed pitching this season.
We’re going with the Dodgers on the moneyline to cap off the SGP.
With Musgrove only three starts removed from his injury, Urias is the more solid pitcher in this spot. Both bullpens are in the bottom half of the league in ERA, so that’s essentially a wash.
Los Angeles is fifth in the league in runs per game this year with 5.47 compared to San Diego, which is 21st with 4.21. We’ll go with the Dodgers’ bats to bring us home a win in the last leg.
Sunday Night Baseball Same-Game Parlay (+460)
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