MLB Same Game Parlay Bets to Target: Monday 7/1/24

Skyler Carlin
Skyler Carlin@skyler_carlin

Looking for a new way to bet on Major League Baseball this summer? A Same Game Parlay (SGP) at FanDuel Sportsbook might be the answer!

SGPs allow you to combine two or more selections from the same game for a higher potential payout. For more information about parlays, SGP, and SGP+, head over to FanDuel.

Here at FanDuel Research, we're going to provide some SGPs builds to consider based on the games and props available for today, but there are plenty more popular parlay ideas available at FanDuel's Parlay Hub, too!

Which correlated bets stand out for today's MLB slate? Let's dig in.

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MLB Same Game Parlay Bets for Monday 7/1/24

New York Mets at Washington Nationals

David Peterson Over 4.5 Strikeouts (-115)
Mark Vientos to Record an RBI (+175)

Combined Odds: +372

There were a lack of strikeouts from David Peterson in his first three starts for the New York Mets this season, with him accruing three or fewer Ks in each of those outings. In each of Peterson's last two appearances on the mound, we've seen an uptick in strikeouts from him, with the lefty tallying six-plus Ks in both contests.

While Peterson ranks in the 13th percentile in strikeout rate (16.5%) and 12th percentile in whiff rate (19.8%), he is in the 62nd percentile in chase rate (29.3%). That could come in handy against a Washington Nationals team that has the 13th-highest swinging rate on pitches outside of the strike zone (31.9%).

Additionally, the Nationals are logging the 11th-highest strikeout rate (22.1%) against left-handed pitching in 2024. Over the last 30 days, Washington is also registering the fifth-worst wOBA (.276), fourth-worst wRC+ (77), and eighth-worst ISO (.124) versus southpaws.

MacKenzie Gore being on the bump for the Nationals could scare people away from wagering on any batter from the Mets, but New York is enjoying plenty of success when facing lefties. Among the players who have raked against left-handed pitchers this year, Mark Vientos is an enticing player to take to record an RBI.

Of the players on the Mets with 50-plus plate appearances versus lefties, Vientos leads the team in wOBA (.468), wRC+ (213), and ISO (.321) in the split. Vientos is also in fantastic form with at least one RBI in five of his last six appearances.

With Vientos displaying elite power against lefties, he is being given +450 odds to hit a home run on Monday.

Milwaukee Brewers at Colorado Rockies

Jackson Chourio to Record a Hit (-350)
Christian Yelich to Record 2+ Total Bases (-155)
Ryan McMahon to Record 2+ Total Bases (+105)

Combined Odds: +327

Austin Gomber is slated to make his 16th start of the year for the Colorado Rockies, sitting in the 17th percentile in xERA (4.87), 14th percentile in xBA (.275), 24th percentile in average exit velocity (89.9 MPH), 12th percentile in strikeout rate (16.3%), and 10th percentile in barrel rate (10.6%). Even though Jackson Chourio isn't putting up gaudy numbers versus lefties, he's seeing the ball well in recent appearances.

Chourio is amid a seven-game hit streak, and he's tallied at least one hit in 16 of his last 25 outings. Even if Chourio can't get a hit on Gomber, Colorado's bullpen is notching the worst SIERA (4.48), worst WHIP (1.61), seventh-worst HR/9 (1.07), and lowest strikeout rate (18.1%).

Being that Gomber is permitting a .322 wOBA, .515 SLG, and 2.60 HR/9 to lefties -- compared to a .331 wOBA, .430 SLG, and 1.26 HR/9 to righties -- Christian Yelich is someone to be interested in for this matchup.

Despite being a left-handed hitter, Yelich leads the Milwaukee Brewers in wOBA (.385) and wRC+ (151) versus southpaws. With winds blowing to right at Coors, it's worth noting that Yelich has +450 odds to hit a home run.

While Bryse Wilson won't begin the game on the mound for the Brewers, he'll see the bulk of the work once Milwaukee uses an opener. Wilson is allowing a .378 wOBA, .504 SLG, 1.68 WHIP, and 2.03 HR/9 to left-handed bats, which puts Ryan McMahon in a fantastic position for the Rockies.

McMahon boasts a .339 wOBA or higher and a .214 ISO or higher against Wilson's two primary pitches (cutter and sinker) against left-handed hitters. Taking that into account, McMahon is carrying +470 odds to hit a home run.

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