At 2:10 PM ET, the Reds and Brewers face off in an NL Central matchup. This one is being played at American Family Field in Milwaukee, and the Brewers are the favorites on the money line, with their odds sitting at -134. The money line odds for a Reds win are at +114, and the over/under line is at 9 runs.

Frankie Montas is starting for the Reds, and he is facing off against Colin Rea for the Brewers. Cincinnati is 3rd in the NL Central, with a record of 34-36, while the Brewers are 1st in the division, with a record of 41-29. BSWI will be televising Sunday's game.

MILWAUKEE BREWERS VS CINCINNATI REDS BETTING PICK

The Pick: Milwaukee Brewers Moneyline -134

This game will be played at American Family Field at 2:10 ET on Sunday, June 16th.

HOW TO BET THE REDS VS BREWERS:

  • We have the Brewers winning by a score of 6 to 5
  • However, if you're looking for a run line pick, we like the Reds to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 11 runs and like the over

It was all Milwaukee in the last game of this series, as the Brewers took down the Reds by a score of 3-1. The Brewers offense only had four hits in the game but still picked up a win thanks to a strong outing from Jared Koenig, who went just two-thirds of an inning but gave up zero hits and zero earned runs.

Cincinnati's only run came in the 9th inning, and they finished the game with just five hits. Andrew Abbott got the start for the Reds, going five innings and giving up three earned runs on four hits.

Christian Yelich and Joey Ortiz each homered for the Brewers, while Jeimer Candelario went 2/4 with an RBI for the Reds.

Reds Records & Stats

Cincinnati is 34-36 overall and trails the Brewers by seven games in the NL Central. The Reds are 8-7 against other teams in the NL Central this year. The Reds have won two straight series on the road, and their overall series record is 8-12-2 this year.

At home, the Reds are 18-19 this year while going 16-17 on the road. As the underdog, the Reds are 16-23 this year and 18-13 when favored. Cincinnati has gone 7-3 over their last ten games and are currently tied with the Brewers in their series.

The Reds have been a solid bet on the run line this season, going 37-33 overall. They have been even better on the road, going 22-11. Their average run margin is +0.2 runs per game, and they have a +0.7 run differential away from home. They have been a better bet on the run line as an underdog, going 22-17.

The Cincinnati Reds are on the road today against the Milwaukee Brewers. The O/U line for the game is set at 9 runs, which is slightly higher than their season average of 8.4 runs per game. The Reds have gone over the O/U line in 31 of their 67 games this season, but when the line is set at 9 runs, they have gone under in 12 of 15 games.

Cincinnati is sending Frankie Montas to the mound today, and he comes in with a record of 3-5 and an ERA of 4.55. Montas has made 12 starts this year, and he has a total of four quality starts. In his last outing, Montas took the loss, giving up four earned runs in 1 1/3 innings of work. Before that, he had pitched well, going seven innings and picking up the win while not giving up a run. Montas has been much better on the road this year, with an ERA of 7.44 compared to 6.34 at home.

Jeimer Candelario has been swinging a hot bat of late for the Reds, going 10/29 in his last seven games, including four homers and nine RBIs. For the season, he is batting .251 with 12 homers and 34 RBIs, which is 2nd and 1st on the team, respectively. Spencer Steer has also been a solid run producer for the Reds, as his 41 RBIs are 13th in the league and lead the team. Steer is also 4th on the team with seven homers.

As a team, the Reds are averaging 4.3 runs per game and are hitting just .226, which is 18th in the league. They have been a better offensive team on the road, averaging 4.7 runs per contest. Overall, they are 15th in home runs and have the 8th most walks in the league.

Brewers Records & Stats

Milwaukee is currently 41-29 overall and leads the NL Central by 6.5 games over the Cardinals. The Brewers have gone 17-9 against other teams in the division. So far, they have been tough to beat at home, going 21-12 compared to 20-17 on the road.

The Brewers have won two straight series, and their overall series record is 13-7-2 this year. As for how they have fared as the favorite, the Brewers are 22-13 this year and 16-7 as the favorite at home. Their most recent game was a win, and they are 5-5 over their last 10 games.

The Brewers have been a solid team to bet on the run line this season, as they are 36-34 overall. They have been especially good on the run line on the road, going 21-16. They have been a good team to bet on the run line as an underdog, going 23-12. Their average run margin this season is +0.9 runs per game.

So far this season, the Milwaukee Brewers have had a combined run average of 8.8 runs per game, and they have a 38-30 over/under record. The average over/under line for their games is 8 runs, and when the line is set at 9 runs, their over/under record is 2-3-1. Only 5.7% of their games have had over/under lines set at 9 runs or higher.

Colin Rea gets the start for the Brewers today and is coming off a strong outing against the Blue Jays, where he picked up the win. In that start, he went seven innings and gave up just one earned run. Looking at his overall numbers, Rea has made 11 starts and four of them have been quality starts. His record for the season is 5-2, and he has an ERA of 3.31. For the year, Rea has given up a total of nine home runs. Per nine innings, he is averaging 6.11 strikeouts and 2.93 walks.

Christian Yelich has been swinging a hot bat of late, going 8/20 in his last five games. This includes scoring two runs and driving in one. Yelich is also on a four-game hitting streak. For the season, he is batting .254 with a team-high 11 home runs. Willy Adames has also been swinging a good bat of late, going 4/16 in his last five games with two homers and five RBIs.

As a team, the Brewers are 7th in the league in scoring at 4.8 runs per game. They have been even better at home, averaging 5.2 runs per contest. Overall, they are the league's 3rd-ranked batting average team at .254. Milwaukee's offense has been very good at avoiding strikeouts and is 4th in the league in walks.