Cincinnati Reds vs. Colorado Rockies - 6/6/18 MLB Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Colorado Rockies (31-29) at Cincinnati Reds (21-40)
MLB Baseball: Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at 7:10 pm (Great American Ball Park)
Jon Gray (5-6) (5.54) vs. Sal Romano (3-6) (5.85)
The Line: Cincinnati Reds +120 / Colorado Rockies -130 --- Over/Under: 8.5 See the Latest Odds
Wednesday MLB action features the Colorado Rockies visiting Great American Ball Park to oppose the Cincinnati Reds.
The Colorado Rockies outscored Cincinnati 9-6 on Tuesday with the offense taking center stage. Colorado starter Kyle Freeland gave up three runs on nine hits and struck out seven over 6.2 frames to get the win while Bryan Shaw was charged with three runs in the 9th.
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The Rockies pounded out 12 hits with Chris Iannetta mashing a two run homer followed by Carlos Gonzalez who went 3-5 with a homer, four RBI’s and two runs. Jon Gray toes the rubber for Colorado against Cincinnati who he faces Cincinnati for the second time in 2018. Gray comes off of a 7-4 loss (ND) to San Francisco with four runs plated over 3.1 frames.
The Cincinnati Reds season continued to slip away after Tuesday’s defeat to visiting Colorado. Cincinnati struggled on the mound with Anthony DeScafani giving up four runs over five frames while Austin Brice and Wandy Peralta combined to allow five runs through two innings.
The racked up 17 hits with Scott Schebler going 2-5 with a homer and two runs while Tucker Barnhart going 3-5 with two runs knocked in with a run. Sal Romano draws Wednesday’s starting assignment versus visiting Colorado who he faces for the second time. Romano picked up a 7-4 win at Arizona last time out with four runs scoring in five innings.
Under is 11-5-2 in Colorado last 18 road games and Colorado are 8-2 in Gray’s last 10 Wednesday starts and Colorado are 12-25 in Gray’s last 37 road starts. Under is 7-2 in Cincinnati last 9 Wednesday games and Cincinnati are 9-25 in their last 34 home games and Cincinnati are 23-49 in their last 72 overall.
The pitching isn’t night and day here and Cincinnati at least has a puncher’s chance…