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MLB Same-Game Parlay for Yankees vs. Red Sox: How to Bet This Rivalry Matchup (Tuesday, Sept. 13)

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  • Rivals New York and Boston meet in Tuesday's marquee MLB matchup.
  • In building his same-game parlay for the clash, Tanner McGrath is focused on Yankees ace Gerrit Cole.
  • Check out all three legs of his SGP for the game, which pays nearly 15-1.

Yankees vs Red Sox Odds

Yankees Odds -162
Red Sox Odds +136
Over/Under 8.5 (-110 / -110)
Time 7:10 p.m. ET
TV TBS
Odds via FanDuel. Get up-to-the-minute MLB odds here.

Tuesday’s marquee matchup features the best rivalry in sports as the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox prepare for a showdown at Fenway.

Let’s build a Same-Game Parlay.

The Parlay (+1497):

  • Boston Red Sox ML (+136)
  • Rafael Devers to hit a Home Run (+390)
  • Gerrit Cole Over 6.5 Strikeouts (-146)

Same-Game Parlay – Yankees vs. Red Sox

This entire parlay is built around Gerrit Cole, the Yankees ace.

However, how good has Cole been?

If you bet the Yankees ML during every Gerrit Cole start this season, you’d be 17-11. That sounds great until you realize you’ve lost more than three units in the process.

Cole has been overvalued in the market all season long. He hasn’t pitched to his normal level and has been a profitable fade because of it.

One of the best times to fade him is at Fenway Park. Cole has a whopping 5.45 lifetime ERA pitching in Boston, most recently allowing five earned runs over six innings in early July.

Rafael Devers is the biggest reason for Cole’s struggles. Devers is 8-for-28 lifetime against Cole with six home runs. He’s parked three homers off Cole just this season.

I don’t know how Devers golfed this ball over the wall in center, but that’s just what he does against Cole.

“Gerrit Cole may be bound for the hall of fame, but Rafael Devers OWNS him.” – Bob Costas pic.twitter.com/1ACBV0rW5T

— Mr Matthew CFB (@MrMatthewCFB) July 8, 2022

I’m ready to bet Devers can do it again.

However, while Cole allows plenty of runs at Fenway, he also tends to strike out a lot of Boston hitters. He’s posted 12 strikeouts and then seven strikeouts in his last two starts against the Red Sox.

Moreover, Cole has cashed more than 6.5 strikeouts in 17 of his last 25 starts.

Since it’s illogical to believe that Cole will strike out seven while allowing a home run in a loss, we can get this Same-Game Parlay on FanDuel Sportsbook at close to 15-to-1.

That’s worth a bet.

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