Sunday Night Baseball: Brewers vs. Phillies Betting Preview, Picks & Predictions – April 24, 2022
Sunday Night Baseball is here, and we have cooked up a same-game parlay for you! The Milwaukee Brewers are in Philadelphia to take on the Phillies.
This will be the third and final game of this series, tied 1-1. The Phillies won 4-2 on Friday, with the Brewers bouncing back on Saturday for a 5-3 victory.
The Brewers will start Eric Lauer tonight. He’s 1-0 on the year with a 3.48 ERA. He’s not the best pitcher they have, but he’s serviceable and should keep this game close.
The Phillies will have Aaron Nola on the mound. He was one of their better pitchers last year, but this year he has been anything but that. He’s 1-2 with a 5.52 ERA. He’s been struggling with command early into the season, but a matchup against the Brewers might help him get back on track.
I expect both pitches to come out and pitch well. We have a low O/U at 8, so there should not be a lot of fireworks on the scoreboard. The Phillies are fourth in the MLB in hits, but only 12th in runs. The Brewers’ bats are still thawing from a cold winter. They are 27th in the MLB in hits, 20th in runs scored.
Here’s what we cooked up for you on this fine Sunday. A +600 same-game parlay!
Our First Leg: Alec Bohm To Record A Hit
Bohm was the hero two nights ago with his clutch hit in the eighth inning against Milwaukee. He is batting .333 at Citizens Bank Park and will definitely have chances to get at least one hit for this leg.
Our Second Leg: Under 0.5 Runs In 1st Inning
Also known as the NRFI (no run first inning), these teams are due for the NRFI. Both games in the series so far have had a first-inning run scored, but today that ends. Nola and Lauer are certainly capable pitchers, and all they have to do is get us six outs in the first.
Our Third Leg: Under 11.5 Total Runs
Taking the alternate full-game total here. When making parlays, I like to add a little insurance to the current over/under line, which is 8. I don’t see a ton of fireworks tonight, and neither game so far has come close to this total.
Our Fourth Leg: Nick Castellanos 2+ Total Bases
Unfortunately walks do not count towards this Castellanos total bases leg. But fortunately for us, Castellanos is batting .333 at Citizens Bank Park and should have opportunities to get two bases for us here.
Any variation of two singles, one double etc. would complete this leg. In the first inning yesterday, Castellanos doubled to right. Can we get a start like that again tonight?
MLB Same-Game Parlay Tonight
- Alec Bohm To Record A Hit
- Under 0.5 Runs In 1st Inning
- Under 11.5 Total Runs
- Nick Castellanos 2+ Total Bases
- Total Odds: +613 At FanDuel
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