There does appear to be a chance for light rain in Cincinnati on Wednesday, where the Reds and Rockies face off. First pitch from Great American Park is set for 7:10 PM ET. BSOH is carrying this one on TV.

Colorado comes in with a record of 32-60, while the Reds are 44-48 overall. Kyle Freeland will start for the Rockies, while the Reds are sending Frankie Montas to the mound. Cincinnati is favored on the money line, with their odds sitting at -181 compared to the Rockies at +152. The over/under line is currently at 9 runs.


The Pick: OVER 9 Runs

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


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

Cincinnati cruised to a 12-6 win over the Rockies in the most recent game of this series. The Reds had a huge 2nd inning, scoring five of their twelve runs. As for the Rockies, they scored four of their six runs in the 4th. Heading into the game, the Reds were favored at -199 on the money line.

Nick Lodolo got the start for the Reds, going just 3 2/3 innings while giving up four runs and striking out four. He did not factor into the decision, as Nick Martinez got the win out of the bullpen. Cal Quantrill only went two innings for the Rockies, giving up five runs on four hits.

At the plate, the Reds were led by Tyler Stephenson and Rece Hinds, who each had three hits and a home run. Stephenson, Hinds, Will Benson, and Spencer Steer each had three RBIs. As for the Rockies, Brenton Doyle went 3/4 with two homers.

Rockies Records & Stats

Colorado is on the road today, and they are looking to snap a three-game losing streak, with their record at 32-60, the Rockies are 5th in the NL West, 23 games behind the Dodgers. So far, they have gone 10-17 in divisional games.

At home, the Rockies are 20-27 this year, and they are just 12-33 on the road. So far this season, they are 10-24 in day games. As the underdog, the Rockies are 32-60 this year, and they have lost three straight as the underdog. Colorado's overall series record is 5-21-3, and they are currently down 0-2 in the series vs. the Reds.

When the Rockies are on the road, they are 20-25 against the run line, with an average run margin of -2.3 runs per game. They have failed to cover the run line in their last two road games and are 3-0 against the run line in their last three games as the underdog.

The Rockies have played in 47 games this season with over/under lines set higher than 9 runs, which accounts for 51.1% of their games. Their combined run average is 10.0 runs per game, and their over/under record is 46-44 overall. When the over/under line is set at 9 runs, their record is 3-4.

Colorado is sending left-hander Kyle Freeland to the mound today as he faces the Reds on the road. He has made seven starts this season and has a record of 0-3 with an ERA of 6.62. Opponents have hit .307 off Freeland this season, and his WHIP is 1.67. Looking back at his last outing, Freeland finished with a no-decision against the Royals, giving up one earned run in seven innings of work. He has finished with a no-decision in each of his last three outings. Per nine innings, Freeland is averaging 5.35 strikeouts and 3.06 walks.

So far this season, the Rockies offense is averaging 4.1 runs per game, which is 22nd in the league. For the most part, they have been a better offense at home, averaging 4.6 runs per game. As a team, they are batting .244, which is 9th in the league, and are 16th in home runs. The Rockies are also one of the worst teams in the league in terms of strikeouts.

Ryan McMahon and Brenton Doyle have been the Rockies' top power threats this season, as McMahon's 14 homers leads the team, and Doyle is right behind him with 13. Both players are also near the top of the league in terms of RBIs. Over his last six games, McMahon is hitting .391, while Doyle has three homers in his last five games, going 8/16 over that stretch.

Reds Records & Stats

Cincinnati is 44-48 overall and trails the Brewers by nine games in the NL Central. The Reds have gone 12-14 in divisional games this year. They have won two straight games and are the home favorite today vs. the Rockies. So far, they are 22-26 at home and have gone 22-22 on the road.

As the favorite, the Reds are 22-18 this year and 22-30 as the underdog. Cincinnati has an overall series record of 9-17-3 this year, and they have dropped three straight series at home. Their overall record in the series is 2-0, as they have taken the first two games vs. the Rockies.

The Reds have been a solid run line bet this season, going 50-42 overall. They have been particularly strong on the road, going 30-14 against the run line. They have been a solid bet as an underdog, going 32-20 against the run line. Their average run margin in wins is +3.7, while it drops to -2.8 in losses.

The Cincinnati Reds will host the Colorado Rockies today at Great American Ball Park, where the over/under line is set at 9 runs. The Reds' games have averaged 8.4 runs per game this season, and their over/under record is 39-49. When the over/under line is set at 9 runs, the Reds' record is 1-15-3. This season, 50.0% of their games have had over/under lines set at 9 runs or lower.

Reds starter Frankie Montas has made 16 appearances this season and has a record of 4-6 with an ERA of 4.19. So far, he has turned in six quality starts and is coming off an outing in which he gave up just two earned runs in five innings of work. In that start vs. the Yankees, he got the win. Looking back over his last four outings, Montas has finished with a no-decision in three of them. Per nine innings, he is averaging 7.22 strikeouts and 3.84 walks. Montas has allowed a total of 10 homers this season.

Spencer Steer has been swinging a hot bat of late for the Reds, going 7/27 in his last eight games with four homers and eight RBIs. For the season, he is batting .242 with 14 homers and 59 RBIs, which is 9th best in the league. Elly De La Cruz has also been a solid power threat for the Reds, as his 15 homers are the best on the team and 12th best in the MLB. He is batting .251 for the season.

For the season, the Reds are averaging 4.3 runs per game and are 14th in the league in home runs. As a team, they are batting just .227, which is 17th in the league. Overall, their team on-base percentage and slugging percentage numbers are all just below the league average.