On Monday night at Great American Ball Park, the Cincinnati Reds (36-35) will meet the Colorado Rockies (29-44). Austin Gomber and Brandon Williamson are slated as starting pitchers in this game. The Cincinnati Reds are the hottest team in Baseball and coming off winning 8 out of 9 games on their road trip. Can the Rockies halt this machine?
The Cincinnati Reds boast an OBP of.331 and a batting average of.254, as well as being called out on strikes 628 times (13th in baseball). They have collected 610 base hits with 59 homers for 323 runs batted in. Their slugging percentage sits at.396, averaging 4.72 runs per game (10th). One hundred thirty-two two-baggers, 254 walks taken, and 335 runs scored have all contributed towards their impressive numbers this season.
The Reds currently boast a WHIP of 1.435 and an FIP of 4.57 on their campaign, boasting an 8.70 K/BB ratio (608 strikeouts to 258 walks). Their K/BB ratio stands at 6.08 (708 Ks to 258 walks). As a staff, they rank 27th in baseball for total hits conceded with 645 while giving up 89 homers per 9 innings (5.09 runs per 9 innings – 27th). Cincinnati’s pitching staff have conceded 356 runs while holding onto an ERA of 4.88 (341 earned runs given up).
Cincinnati Reds relievers have earned 36 holds and eight blown saves in 69 save situations this season, with relief pitchers entering 31 times for save opportunities with 23 saved, appearing 97 times during high leverage situations and 95 times with base runners present, and rank third in league standings with an overall save percentage of 74.22% by sending 248 relief pitchers onto the mound this season.
The Cincinnati Reds have recorded 52 double plays and earned a fielding percentage.987 (11th in MLB). They have accumulated 572 assists, and 32 errors, – an efficiency on defense percentage rating of 67.6% (29th).
Williamson has given up 32 base knocks while tallying 22 strikeouts during 31 innings of his MLB career, earning a 5.40 earned run average with 9.1 hits per 9 innings allowed and boasting a strikeout-to-walk ratio of 1.69 during this span of play against 138 opposing batters.
The Colorado Rockies are scoring an average of 4.4 runs per contest and currently rank 19th in Major League Baseball. Colorado is amassing 318 runs as a team while holding an on-base percentage of.315. They’ve notched 155 two-baggers collectively while hitting 59 balls out of their stadium en route to 631 base hits and amassing 305 RBIs with a team batting average at.255. At the same time, their slugging percentage stands at.398 while they’ve been called out on strikes 646 times, with only 207 occasions where a walk was drawn.
The Colorado Rockies currently boast an ERA of 5.32 (29th in MLB), with their staff having struck out 530 batters (tied for 29th). Colorado has allowed 98 home runs and 408 runs this season (tied for 29th), as well as having allowed 678 base hits (9.6 per 9 innings), along with 375 earned runs (tied for 29th) – they also boast an outstanding strikeout to walk ratio (1.89), earning them an overall strikeout-to-walk ratio of (1.51).
Bullpen pitchers have inherited 115 runners, and 30.4% scored; 15 saves have been recorded out of 24 opportunities, but nine haven’t been converted yet; their save percentage stands at 62.54% with 44 save situations and 18 holds (30th in baseball) taking place so far this season, not to mention 52 high leverage situations where relief pitchers were required.
The Reds are coming home after one of the best road trips in team history, that has to end in a loss at some point, but that won’t be tonight. Take the Reds +140!
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