World Series Game 3 Parlays Picks & Predictions | 2021 Playoffs Best Plays Today

Frank AmmiranteFantasy Sports & Betting Writer
Posted: Oct 29, 2021Last updated: Oct 29, 2021

Looking for the best parlays and predictions for tonight’s Braves vs Astros World Series Game 3? You’ve come to the right place.

Frank Ammirante breaks down all the World Series action, plus the 2021 Playoffs MLB Play of the Day.

World Series Parlays Picks & Predictions Today

World Series Parlay For Oct. 29, 2021 (+155)

All odds and lines for MLB Playoff Parlays Picks & Predictions are courtesy of BetMGM as of October 29, 10:30 a.m. ET.

  • Eddie Rosario to Record A Hit
  • Kyle Tucker to Record A Hit
  • Alex Bregman to Record A Hit

Note: This parlay is available on BetMGM under the “Specials" tab and the “Parlay" subheading.

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Eddie Rosario To Record A Hit

Eddie Rosario has been one of the heroes of this postseason, slashing .426/.471/.702 with 20 hits in 12 games.

Not only does he have a solid hit tool, but he’s a free swinger, rarely taking walks. Rosario’s walk rate has hovered around four and six percent throughout his career, although he did put up a 7.8% rate with the Braves during the season.

Rosario went hitless in Game 2, which snapped his 11-game hit streak that went on throughout these playoffs.

He’s been a fixture in the leadoff spot, which gives him more opportunities for plate appearances to hit this prop.

Kyle Tucker To Record A Hit

Kyle Tucker also has had a rock-solid postseason, slashing .298/.340/.617 with 14 hits in 12 games.

He’s really picked up his play lately, hitting safely in seven consecutive games and 16 of his last 18. This is a streaky hitter who is running hot right now.

Tucker has been hitting sixth in this stacked Astros lineup, but his strong play outweighs the fact that he hits towards the bottom of the order.

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Alex Bregman To Record A Hit

Alex Bregman is the wild card in this bet because he hasn’t been swinging the bat as well as the other two hitters in this parlay.

Bregman is slashing .239/.308/.326 in these playoffs, going hitless in three of his last five games.

The good news is that he continues to hit in the three-hole, so he’ll have more opportunities to hit this prop. We also know that Bregman is the most proven hitter in this parlay. It’s only a matter of time before he gets going.

Pitching Matchup: Luis Garcia vs. Ian Anderson

Luis Garcia is coming off his best outing of the playoffs, pitching five shutout innings against the Red Sox, allowing one hit with seven strikeouts.

Prior to that, he had given up 16 runs (13 earned) in his last three outings, spanning 8.2 innings. While Garcia has shown flashes this season, this isn’t a matchup to fear.

Ian Anderson has pitched well this postseason, allowing three runs in 12 innings in his three outings. He’s given up nine hits during that stretch.

However, he’s only lasted to the fifth inning in one of those starts, coming for seven in the other two. As with Garcia, this isn’t a matchup to shy away from.

World Series Game 3 Parlay (+155) at BetMGM

At (+155) odds, this MLB bet of the day is a pretty safe bet. Two of these hitters have been red-hot throughout the playoffs, while the other one has a proven track record who should get things on track sooner rather than later.

Luis Garcia and Ian Anderson have shown terrific potential throughout their careers, but it’s unlikely that they pitch deep into this game. It’s also not like we’re dealing with certified aces here.

World Series Game 3 Parlay


Frank Ammirante

Before joining The Game Day, Frank spent three years in the fantasy sports and betting industry, writing for websites like RotoBaller and 4for4football. Frank is an active member of the fantasy baseball and fantasy football community, participating in high-stakes leagues like NFBC/NFFC as well as industry competitions like Scott Fish Bowl, RazzBowl, and TGFBI. Frank is a member of the FSWA and IBWAA. Give him a shout to talk fantasy sports and sports betting.

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