At 7:10 PM ET, the Guardians and Reds face off in an interleague matchup. This one is being played at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, and the Reds are the slight underdogs on the money line (+107). The over/under line is currently at 9 runs.

Cleveland is 42-22 this season, while the Reds are 32-34. Triston McKenzie will start for the Guardians, and he is facing off against Brent Suter. Cleveland is currently on a two-game winning streak, and the Reds are 3rd in the NL Central. BSOH is carrying this game on TV.


The Pick: Cincinnati Reds Moneyline +107

This game will be played at Great American Ball Park at 7:10 ET on Tuesday, June 11th.


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

Guardians Records & Stats

The Guardians wrapped up their series vs. the Marlins with a 6-3 win on the road. Cleveland was the slight favorite at -121 on the money line going into the game. It was a big 2nd inning for the Guardians, as they scored a run and added three more in the 3rd to take the lead. Cleveland's offense scored their other three runs in the 7th.

Carlos Carrasco got the start for the Guardians, going 4 2/3 innings, and picked up the win. He gave up just two runs on four hits and issued only one walk. Cleveland's bullpen was excellent, as they didn't give up a run over the final 2 1/3 innings. Nick Sandlin picked up the save, and the Guardians also got a scoreless inning from Bryan Shaw.

Cleveland heads into today's road matchup vs. the Reds having won two straight games, and they lead the AL Central with a record of 42-22. The Guardians hold a 4.5-game lead over the Royals in the division and are 11-6 in divisional games this year.

At home, the Guardians have gone 21-8 this year, and they are 21-14 on the road. So far, they have been really good in day games, going 18-6 this year. As the favorite, the Guardians are 30-14 this year, and they are 12-8 as the underdog. Cleveland's overall series record is 15-5-1, and they won their most recent series vs. the Marlins.

The Guardians have been a solid bet on the run line this season, going 36-28 overall. They have been particularly good on the run line on the road, going 20-15. Their average run margin this season is +1.4 runs per game, and they have been even better on the road, with a scoring margin of +1.6 runs per game.

Today's over/under line for the Cleveland Guardians vs. Cincinnati Reds game is set at 9 runs. The Guardians' games have averaged 8.8 runs per game this season, and their over/under record is 31-28. When the over/under line has been set at 9 runs, their record is 3-4-1. Only 7.8% of their games have had over/under lines set at 9 runs or higher, with the majority of their games having lower lines.

Right-hander Triston McKenzie is starting for the Guardians today as he faces the Reds on the road. So far this season, he has made 12 starts and has a record of 2-3 with an ERA of 4.17. McKenzie's WHIP for the season is currently 1.44. In his 12 appearances, he has turned in three quality starts and is coming off an outing in which he gave up five earned runs in 5 1/3 innings of work. In that start, he gave up three homers. McKenzie has not taken a loss or a win in his last three outings.

Jose Ramirez has been the league's top run producer so far this season, as his 62 RBIs are currently the best in the MLB. He has also been a force at the plate, hitting .275 for the season and has gone 12/37 with three homers over his last 10 games. Josh Naylor is also near the top of the league in home runs, but he has struggled of late, hitting just .179 over his last 10 games.

As a team, the Guardians are 3rd in the league in scoring at 5.1 runs per game. They have been even better on the road, averaging 5.2 runs per contest. Overall, they are batting .240 and have the league's 9th ranked home run total. Cleveland's offense has been good at avoiding strikeouts and has the league's 7th best on-base percentage.

Reds Records & Stats

The Reds will be looking to get back on track after closing out their series vs. the Cubs with a 4-2 loss. This was especially tough, as they held a lead going into the 9th inning before the Cubs scored two runs in the top of the 9th. Cincinnati was the +113 underdog at home going into the game.

Offensively, the Reds only had five hits but scored their two runs on a Luke Maile homer in the 2nd inning. Maile went just 1/2 but drove in both of Cincinnati's runs. The Reds also wasted a big game from Frankie Montas, who went 4/5 with a run scored out of the 9th spot in the lineup.

Cincinnati is seven games behind the Brewers in the NL Central, heading into today's game vs. the Guardians. The Reds are 32-34 overall and have gone 7-6 against other NL Central teams. They will be at home today, where they are 17-18 this year.

The Reds have been playing well lately, as they are 8-2 across their last 10 games. This includes winning three of four in their most recent series vs. the Cubs. So far this year, the Reds have been the favorite in 29 games, going 17-12 in those matchups. As for their games as the underdog, they are 15-22.

The Reds have been a solid run line bet this season, going 35-31 overall. They have been especially good on the road, going 21-10 against the run line. However, they have struggled to cover the run line at home, going just 14-21. The Reds have an average run margin of +0.2 runs per game this season, and they have been outscored by an average of 0.3 runs per game at home.

When the Reds play at home, the over/under line is set at 9 runs. Cincinnati's games have averaged 8.5 runs per game this season, and their over/under record is 30-33. When the line is set at 9 runs, the Reds have gone 1-10-2 to the under. In 63 games this season, 21 have had over/under lines set at 9 runs, which accounts for 31.8% of their games. The under has hit in each of their last three games.

Cincinnati is starting left-hander Brent Suter today vs. the Guardians, and he has made 26 appearances this season, including two starts. Suter's record for the season is 0-0, and his ERA is 3.86. So far, he has pitched 35 innings and has a WHIP of 1.26. Suter has finished with a no-decision in each of his last four outings. In his most recent outing, he pitched out of the bullpen and went one inning, not giving up a run in the process. Suter has only given up one earned run in his last four outings.

Elly De La Cruz and Spencer Steer have been the Reds' most consistent power threats this season, with De La Cruz leading the team with 11 homers and Steer right behind him with seven. Steer is also 14th in the league with 40 RBIs. However, both players are batting in the low .230s. Over his last five games, Jeimer Candelario has gone 5/20 with two homers and three RBIs.

As a team, the Reds are averaging 4.4 runs per game and have been a little better on the road (4.7 RPG) than at home (4.0 RPG). Overall, they are batting just .227, which is 19th in the league. Currently, they are 14th in home runs and have the 7th fewest strikeouts in the league.