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The Philadelphia Phillies won the opener in this series last night to snap the Cincinnati Reds six-game winning streak. Philadelphia got a nice pitching effort from Cliff Lee in last night’s game, and Domonic Brown came up with some timely hits to lead to the 5-3 Phillies win. The oddsmakers can’t decide who to install as the favorite in Saturday’s showdown on FOX.
The Cincinnati Reds and the Atlanta Braves begin a three-game set with one another on Monday night on ESPN, and MLB betting fans will love to see this one get underway starting at 7:10 p.m. ET at the Great American Ballpark.
It has been a great year for road teams this year, but some of them have just haven’t been able to get off to mark this season. Check out the teams that have been beaten on the MLB odds in the worst way thus far this season.
The Cincinnati Reds and the St. Louis Cardinals have a deep hatred for each other in the NL Central, and that bad blood will continue to spill over on Tuesday night when these two square off for the middle game of a three-game set at Busch Stadium.
Road teams have played well thus far this year, and it is really killing a few teams that are normally great at home. That being said, not every team has been sluggish in front of its hometown crowd, and we are breaking down the way that some of the most dominating teams in the league have been playing to date in front of their fans.
The Philadelphia Phillies and Cincinnati Reds will play the final game of a three-game set on Wednesday night in Cincinnati. ESPN2 will have coverage of this one. The Reds have struggled on the road so far this year, but they have been taking care of business against top teams at home. Last night’s game was delayed by quite a while because of rain, so neither team got as much rest as normal before this one. Let’s see how this one breaks down.
A three-game set at the Great American Ballpark opens up on Monday night for MLB betting fans, as the Cincinnati Reds play host to the Philadelphia Phillies.
The road team has won all four games of the NLDS, and on Thursday afternoon, either the Cincinnati Reds or the San Francisco Giants are going to be punching their ticket to the NLCS.
The Giants have to be considered tremendously lucky to still be in this series, and the argument could be made that they should be the favorites to survive into the NLCS. The man on the mound is going to be Matt Cain in this one, and he is going to hope to continue the great pitching fortunate that San Francisco has had over the course of the last two games in this series.
The Cincinnati Reds can become the first team in the bigs to punch their ticket to the league championship series on Tuesday afternoon for MLB betting action, as they try to close out the San Francisco Giants in Game 2 of the NLDS.
San Francisco knows that its task is virtually impossible, and it has to win today if it has a shot of extending its season for at least one more game.
The pivotal Game 1 of the NLDS takes place on Saturday night for MLB betting fans, as the Cincinnati Reds face off with the San Francisco Giants.
The Reds are the higher seed in this game, but Manager Dusty Baker really has to be upset that his team is going to have to start on the road in San Francisco, a place that he used to manage. Baker nearly got the Giants a World Series in 2002, and he hopes that this trip to the playoffs is better than the last time his Reds were here.