MLB Vegas odds, picks, lines, predictions, best bets for August 27: This three-way parlay pays almost 6-1

SportsLine's top-ranked MLB handicapper is on a massive summer-long streak that has fattened the wallets of those following him, including hitting on all three of his Wednesday picks for an additional payout at 6-1 MLB odds. Adam Thompson is on an astonishing 140-91 streak, hitting on 61 percent of his MLB picks and paying out more than $2,800 to $100 bettors following him. That doesn't include the 10-1 and 7-1 MLB parlays hit in the last few weeks or the three-teamer Wednesday, all adding significant bang for the buck.

If you're looking to get in on the action, Thompson has done the dirty work for you. Now he's looking to keep his unheard-of summer streak going with his three best bets for Monday. Parlayed together, these MLB picks pay out at nearly 6-1 odds.

Thompson, who covered major sports for 20 years as a writer and columnist before joining SportsLine as a senior writer and handicapper, cites deeply researched stats and trends you likely haven't considered to build his astonishing streak -- not to mention watching as much action as possible. We can tell you he's going with the Orioles (+120) as an underdog against the Blue Jays at 7:05 p.m. ET. He is a perfect 8-0 on games involving Baltimore this season.

Thompson knows it can be a risk taking a team like Baltimore (37-94), which is only playing for pride with more than a month to go in the season.

David Hess (2-8, 5.50 ERA) doesn't appear to be a great pitcher to back, either. But Hess' best two outings all year have been against the Blue Jays, including last Wednesday when he held them to just one run over seven innings. He also allowed just one run over six frames in an earlier start.

Toronto (60-70) is 18.5 games out of the final wild card spot, but hasn't given up yet. The Jays had won five straight before falling 8-3 to the Phillies on Sunday.

Sam Gaviglio (3-6, 4.94) has shown two different sides to his game, depending on where he is. In front of the home fans at the Rogers Centre, he's 2-1 with a 2.68 ERA. Away from it, however, he's 1-5 with an 8.36 ERA, and opponents are hitting .340 off him, more than 100 points higher than at home.

Thompson also has picks locked in tonight's Nationals-Phillies and Rockies-Angels matchups. Those who follow his advice could cash big -- as many have this season.

So what three-way parlay do you need to jump on for Monday? Visit SportsLine now to find out Adam Thompson's best bets for Monday, all from an expert on an amazing 140-90 run picking MLB, including consecutive 10-1 and 7-1 parlay winners and another three-teamer victory Wednesday!

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