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 favored on the money line (-116). The Guardians have won three straight and they are 43-22, while the Reds are 32-35.

The over/under line is currently 8.5 runs, and Wednesday's forecast in Cincinnati calls for clear skies and temperatures in the low 80s. BSOH is carrying this game on TV, and the Guardians are starting Tanner Bibee. The Reds are starting Nick Lodolo.

CLEVELAND GUARDIANS VS CINCINNATI REDS BETTING PICK

The Pick: Cleveland Guardians Moneyline -103

This game will be played at Great American Ball Park at 7:10 ET on Wednesday, June 12th.

HOW TO BET THE GUARDIANS VS REDS:

  • We have the Guardians winning by a score of 5 to 4
  • 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 9 runs and like the over

Cleveland picked up a 5-3 road win over the Reds in the most recent game of this series. The Guardians had a three-run 3rd inning and added two more in the 9th. As for the Reds, they scored their only run in the 6th and added two more in the 7th.

Triston McKenzie started for the Guardians and picked up the win, going 5 1/3 innings and giving up two earned runs. He finished the game with four strikeouts but issued two walks. Emmanuel Clase got the save out of the bullpen. Brent Suter only went one inning for the Reds, giving up one hit and no earned runs.

Josh Naylor and Steven Kwan each had three RBIs for the Guardians' offense. Naylor, Bo Naylor, and Amed Rosario each had two hits and scored two runs. As for the Reds, Tyler Naquin went 2/4 with two RBIs.

Guardians Records & Stats

Cleveland is 43-22 overall this season, and they lead the AL Central by 5.5 games over the Royals. The Guardians have taken the first game of this series vs. the Reds, and they have an overall series record of 15-5-1 this year.

At home, the Guardians have gone 21-8 this year. They have been really good on the road too, putting together a record of 22-14. So far, they have been really good in day games, going 18-6 this year.

The Guardians have been a solid bet on the run line this season, going 37-28 overall. They have been particularly strong on the road, where they are 21-15 against the run line. They have covered the run line in three straight road games and are 16-5 against the run line as an underdog this season.

The Cleveland Guardians are on the road today against the Cincinnati Reds, and the over/under line for the game is set at 8.5 runs. The Guardians' games have averaged 8.7 runs per game this season, and their over/under record is 31-29. When their games have had an over/under line of 8.5 runs, they are 5-10 in those contests. Overall, 55.4% of their games have had lower over/under lines than 8.5 runs.

Cleveland is sending right-hander Tanner Bibee to the mound today as he faces the Reds on the road. Bibee has made 13 starts this season and has a record of 4-1 with a 3.73 ERA. Looking at his overall numbers, Bibee has a WHIP of 1.19 and opponents are batting .230 this season. In his last outing, Bibee finished with a no-decision, giving up two earned runs in five innings of work. Before that, he had won two straight starts. Bibee has made four quality starts this season and is averaging 9.77 strikeouts per nine innings.

Jose Ramirez has been the league's top run producer this season, as his 62 RBIs are the best in baseball. He also leads the Guardians with 18 homers and is batting .271. Josh Naylor is 2nd on the team with 17 homers but is batting just .224 for the season. Naylor has also struggled of late, going 5/29 in his last seven games.

As a team, the Guardians are 4th in the league in runs scored, averaging 5.1 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 top offense in terms of RBIs.

Reds Records & Stats

Cincinnati is 32-35 overall and trails the Brewers by seven games in the NL Central. The Reds are in 4th place in the division and are 7-6 in divisional games this year. They have dropped two straight games, with the most recent loss coming vs. the Guardians.

At home, the Reds are 17-19 this year compared to a 15-16 mark on the road. So far, they have been good as the favorite, going 17-13, and they are 15-22 as the underdog. Cincinnati has won three straight series, and their overall series record is 8-12-1 this year. Their record over the last 10 games is 7-3.

The Reds have been a profitable run line team overall, but not so much at home. They are just 14-22 against the run line at home, while they are 21-10 on the road. They are 35-32 overall against the run line, and their average run differential is just +0.2 runs per game.

The Cincinnati Reds are playing host to the Cleveland Guardians today. The over/under line for the game is set at 8.5 runs, which is exactly the combined run average for Reds games this season. The Reds have gone over the total in 30 of their 64 games this season, and their games have had an average over/under line of 9 runs. When the line has been set at 8.5 runs, the Reds' games have gone over the total 5 times and under 6 times. The under has hit in each of the Reds' last 4 games.

Cincinnati is sending left-hander Nick Lodolo to the mound today vs. the Cleveland Guardians. So far this season, he has made nine starts and has a record of 6-2. Lodolo's ERA is 2.92, along with a WHIP of .99. In his 52 1/3 innings of work, Lodolo has allowed just five home runs. One of those home runs came in his most recent outing, where he gave up just one earned run in six innings of work. Lodolo has won three straight starts. The last time he lost was on May 11th, where he gave up four earned runs in six innings of work.

Elly De La Cruz has been struggling of late, going just 2/18 in his last five games, but he does have 11 homers this season, which is 11th in the league and the best mark on the Reds. Spencer Steer is also near the top of the league in homers, as his 41 RBIs are 12th in the league, and he is 4th on the team with seven homers.

As a team, the Reds are averaging 4.3 runs per game and have been a little better on the road this season. They are 14th in home runs but have a collective batting average of just .227. Currently, Luke Maile, Nick Martini, and Jonathan India are all on three-game hitting streaks.