Parlay All-Day: MLB Double Up with the Red Sox and Dodgers

Max Staley
Boston Red Sox v Oakland Athletics
Boston Red Sox v Oakland Athletics / Thearon W. Henderson
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Game 1: Boston Red Sox (-122) vs. Arizona Diamondbacks, 8:10 p.m. EST

The Boston Red Sox have started off slowly, but they could rebound against the Arizona Diamondbacks here. The Diamondbacks starting lineup is hitting .208 against Red Sox' starter, David Price, over the course of his career. If Price continues to dominate the Diamondbacks, the Red Sox could be in line for an important win here.

Game 2: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Colorado Rockies (-102), 8:10 p.m. EST

The Los Angeles Dodgers' starting pitcher, Walker Buehler, was shelled in his lone start this season, giving up five runs in three innings against the Diamondbacks. The Colorado Rockies have done an excellent job capitalizing on opponents' mistakes thus far, as they're No. 11 in the MLB in triples per game, and No. 17 in the MLB in doubles per game. If Colorado can get to Buehler early, they could come away with a victory in this contest.

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