The Reds continue to roll, winning ten straight games. No Reds team has won more than ten in a row since 1957. The Reds need an outing of more than six innings today as the bullpen is being worn out, and after today’s game, the Reds will host the Braves, the bestt team in the National League.
The Cincinnati Reds have taken first place in the National League Central with ten straight victories, and Joey Votto has returned to their lineup, hitting his first home run of the season on Monday and collecting two RBI. Jonathan India and Spencer Steer have each hit ten homers for Cincinnati, with Jake Fraley leading with 41 RBI while India and Steer are tied for second in RBI with 39 each; these five players combined have hit 132 doubles, 16 triples, 65 home runs in just 73 games.
On the mound, Cincinnati ranks 27th with an ERA of 4.87 and 26th with a WHIP of 1.44. Their starting rotation only had 17 Quality starts, ranking 27th, while opposing hitters averaged an average batting average of 264 against them (26th). Hunter Greene led in strikeouts with 100, while Ian Gibaut won seven times to lead their club. Andrew Abbott will start on Wednesday with an impressive record of three wins with no earned runs allowed and 12 strikeouts in his three starts.
The Colorado Rockies currently rank last in baseball with an ERA of 5.44 and an unfavorable WHIP of 1.53. Colorado’s starting rotation boasts 17 Quality Starts, which ranks 26th, while their pitching staff allows opposing hitters to average.278, making Colorado the worst team pitching wise in the National League. Wednesday starting pitcher Kyle Freeland currently leads Colorado in strikeouts with 50. His ERA stands at 4.48 this season.Though Colorado is without their top players, such as Charlie Blackmon, Kris Bryant, C.J. Cron and others, they remain competitive at bat. Colorado ranks 11th in team batting average at.256; 20th in on-base percentage with.317 and 14th in slugging percentage with.400; 14th in runs scored with 328 scored; Ryan McMahon leads Colorado with 12 homers and 41 RBI; while Elias Diaz ranks second with eight homers and 36 RBI respectively; Colorado have managed 159 doubles, 12 triples in 75 games with just 62 homers total;
I would bet the Reds giving the -1.5 runs at odds of -114, betting the Reds straight up to win is a -255 bet so give the run for the better odds.
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