MLB Same Game Parlay for Sunday, September 25: How to Bet Red Sox vs Yankees

MLB Same Game Parlay for Sunday, September 25: How to Bet Red Sox vs Yankees article feature image

Gavin Napier/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images. Pictured: Aaron Judge and Anthony Rizzo.

Red Sox vs Yankees Odds

Red Sox Odds+140
Yankees Odds-165
Time7:08 p.m. ET
Odds via FanDuel. Get up-to-the-minute MLB odds here.

The New York Yankees have won six games in a row and eight of their last 10 games entering play Sunday. They will host the Boston Red Sox on ESPN for the final game of this series on Sunday Night Baseball.

The Red Sox have already been eliminated from playoff contention while the Yankees' magic number to clinch the American League East is only three. Who will get the job done and take home the victory in this matchup?

The Parlay (+1000):

  • Yankees Moneyline
  • Anthony Rizzo to Hit a Home Run
  • Aaron Judge to Hit a Home Run

Same Game Parlay – Red Sox vs Yankees

Yankees Moneyline

The Yankees are 55-22 at home this year compared to just 38-36 away from Yankees Stadium. The Red Sox are 35-42 on the road compared to 37-37 at home. New York would also seem to have the advantage on the pitching mound in this game as Nestor Cortes goes up against Red Sox rookie right-hander Bryan Bello, who has a 4.75 ERA in nine starts. Cortes also has a 2.30 ERA at home this year. Expect the Yankees to win this game at home.

Anthony Rizzo to Hit a Home Run

Bryan Bello has only allowed one home run in 47.1 innings at the major league level, but he allowed one in his last start against the Reds in Cincinnati. Yankee Stadium has similarly been a house of horrors for opposing pitchers over the years. Rizzo has hit 22 of his 32 home runs against right-handed pitching this season, and 19 of them have come at home.

Aaron Judge to Hit a Home Run

As I'm sure you've heard, Aaron Judge has hit 60 home runs this season, and his next one will tie the American League (Roger Maris in 1961). 47 of Judge's 60 home runs this season have come against right-handed pitching, and 30 of his home runs have come at home at Yankees Stadium.

It's been a whole four games and 18 plate appearances since Judge hit his last home run. With fewer than two weeks left in the season and the home fans packing the stadium tonight, Judge will surely be feeling the pressure to get this record. I think he'll rise to the occasion as he has all season long.

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