June is upon us, MLBbro.com Fam, and we have the hottest picks to get your summer sizzling. Before you jump in that pool or get the grill started, lock in on these winners and make it rain like the boss Rob Parker does every time he steps foot in Magic City:

 

1. The Pittsburgh Pirates (+105) have been smoking hot to start June. MLBbros Ke’Bryan Hayes (.248 AVG, 15 RBIs) and Andrew McCutchen (.229 AVG, 20 RBIs) have combined for eight runs scored, helping the Pirates win three of their first four games of the month. They look to stay hot against a Minnesota Twins (-125) squad who suffered losses in three of their last four games. 

 

Opposites attack. Pirates (+105)

 

2. The Atlanta Braves (-225) lost their superstar Ronald Acuna for the year and are quickly falling out of reach of the surging Phillies for the NL East crown. They look to chip away at that lead as they do battle with another division foe in the Washington Nationals (+190). Even with MLBbro CJ Abrams (.246 AVG, 9 HRs, 26 RBIs) keeping the offense humming, the game will be determined by how well Nationals’ starter Jake Irvin (3 wins – 5 losses, 3.39 ERA) fares against the Braves’ middling offense (18th in Runs, 16th in Hits).

 

NL Beast. Nationals +1.5 (+115)

 

3. Speaking of Mr. Magic City, Rob Parker called the New York Yankees (-110) and Los Angeles Dodgers (-105) as the eventual World Series matchup before the 2024 season even began. The Bronx Bombers are doing their part to make Professor Parker’s prediction true, as they are currently ranked first in home runs thanks to MLBbros Aaron Judge (.293 AVG, 54 RBIs, 21 HRs) and Giancarlo Stanton (.237 AVG, 35 RBIs, 15 HRs). The Dodgers aren’t too far behind with their own pair of superstars in Shohei Ohtani (.322 AVG, 40 RBIs, 15 HRs) and former MLBbro of the year Mookie Betts (.309 AVG, 32 RBIs, 9 HRs) pushing LA up to the fourth ranked team in home runs. With so much firepower on the field between the two division leaders, we’re looking at the over despite the flamethrowing power for both starting pitchers Yoshinobu Yamamoto of the Dodgers and Cody Poteet of the Yankees.

Best Bet. Yankees/Dodgers OVER 9 total runs (-110)

 

(Seanbo / @Bbruh916)

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