Cincinnati 33-38 | 15-21 away
vs Los Angeles 49-25 | 29-9 home
Wednesday 3:10pm ET

Cincinnati vs Los Angeles Wed, Apr 17

3:10pm ET at Dodger Stadium


Starting Pitchers
S Gray (0-2) ERA: 2.02
L3: S/O: 4.3 WHIP: 1.4 ER: 1 IP: 4.1
Walker Buehler (1-0) ERA: 8.25
L3: S/O: 4.5 WHIP: 1.6 ER: 2.8 IP: 4

Consensus Picks

Computer LA -168 u/8
*Community LA -175 70% u/8 52%

*Consensus from 1927 predictions.

.23227thBatting Average.2625th
.30425thOn Base Percentage.3451st
.40621stSlugging Percentage.4624th
26th OFFENSE 2nd
29th Hits 3rd
15th Strike Outs 4th
6th DEFENSE 17th
10th Hits 16th
15th Strike Outs 25th
2019 NL Central Standings
Milwaukee 40 33 .548 L2
Chicago 39 33 .542 L2
St. Louis 37 35 .514 L1
Cincinnati 33 38 .465 W3
Pittsburgh 32 40 .444 L1
2019 NL West Standings
Los Angeles 49 25 .662 W1
Colorado 38 34 .528 W1
Arizona 38 36 .514 L2
San Diego 37 37 .500 W3
San Francisco 31 40 .437 L1
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  • @Covers • 2m

     Cincinnati Reds vs Los Angeles Dodgers on 2019-04-17 added by Covers

    Covers community free betting prediction for
    Los Angeles Dodgers
    (69% consensus). Missing two of their top offensive players due to injuries, the Los Angeles Dodgers went out and registered 13 hits en route to a victory. The Dodgers hope to have Cody Bellinger and Justin Turner back in the lineup Wednesday as they attempt to complete a sweep when they host the Cincinnati Reds for the finale of their three-game series...

  • @OddsShark • 2m

    Betting Prediction for Cincinnati Reds vs Los Angeles Dodgers on April 17, 2019, 3:10 PM ET

     Cincinnati Reds vs Los Angeles Dodgers on 2019-04-17 added by OddsShark

    Free Betting Prediction: LA Dodgers will WIN and the Total will go Under .

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  • @Reds • 2m A.J. Pollock's 3-run home run helps Los Angeles Dodgers sweep Cincinnati Reds


    LOS ANGELES - Sonny Gray allowed two hits against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday. The second one was costly.

    With a runner on second base and two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning, the Reds opted to walk the hot-hitting Cody Bellinger. That brought up A.J. Pollock, the center fielder who signed a four-year, $50 million contract in the offseason.

    Pollock lifted an 82-mph curveball into the left-field seats for a three-run homer. That's all the offense the Dodgers needed for a 3-2 victory at Dodger Stadium, completing a three-game sweep over the Reds.

  • @Dodgers • 2m

    Mike Scioscia's Tragic Illness: Dodgers 3, Reds 2: Sweep makes it 4 in a row


    They won.

    I didn't have the recap today. I'll write it later because I am the best.

  • @Reds • 2m Manager David Bell ejected during the Cincinnati Reds' loss to Los Angeles Dodgers


    Reds manager David Bell was ejected during the fifth inning of Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Bobby Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer

    LOS ANGELES - During the fifth inning Wednesday, Reds players started yelling from their dugout about home-plate umpire Nick Mahrley's strike zone after a low strike to Jose Iglesias.

    Mahrley looked toward the Reds' dugout and manager David Bell told him to "pay attention to the game." Mahrley immediately ejected Bell, who ran onto the field and argued with Mahrley.

    "I didn't say one word the entire game about the strike zone," Bell said.

  • @Reds • 2m

    Redleg Nation: RN Recap: Offense remains anemic as Reds swept by Dodgers


    The Short Version: Nice pitching can't be overcome by complete lack of offense. Where have we heard that one before?

    Cincinnati Reds (5-12) 2 3 0
    Los Angeles Dodgers (12-8) 3 3 2
    W: Buehler (2-0) L: Gray (0-3) S: Jansen (5)

    The Good
    -Overall, the pitching was good.

  • @Reds • 2m

    Red Reporter: Nonexistent offense dooms Sonny Gray, Reds in 3-2 loss to Dodgers

    Yes, the 3-run dinger surrendered by Sonny Gray was enough to again see the Cincinnati Reds lose a road game. That said, the way Gray pitched prior to that dinger by A.J. Pollock was nothing short of marvelous.

    And let's be honest here - these are the Los Angeles Dodgers here, who have launched so many homers that it's nearly impossible to fathom. We even forget that they like launching homers so damn much that they even traded for Homer Bailey this offseason only to put him in a rocket and launch him out of Dodger Stadium, too.

  • @Dodgers • 2m

    Dodger Blue: Preview: Cody Bellinger Back In Lineup As Dodgers Aim To Complete 3-Game Sweep Of Reds


    The Los Angeles Dodgers have followed a season-worst six-game losing streak by winning three in a row for a second time this year. Their other such stretch grew to a six-game winning streak that predated the losing skid.

    A victory Wednesday afternoon gives the Dodgers a sweep of the Cincinnati Reds, who shocked them last season by taking all four games at Dodger Stadium. If L.A. is to do so, it will come with Justin Turner still not in the lineup.

    He fouled a pitch off his ankle during Monday's batting practice and suffered hamstring tightness during the game as a result of overcompensating.

  • @Dodgers • 2m

    Mike Scioscia's Tragic Illness: Dodgers 6, Reds 1: Going streaking (again)

    The Dodgers have had a rollercoaster season so far in 2019. They started 8-2, dropped six in a row, and have now won three straight with a 6-1 victory over the Reds tonight.


    Things started quickly for the Dodgers as they struck first in the 1st behind singles from Corey Seager, Enrique Hernandez, and Alex Verdugo.

    They continued in the 2nd, as by some miracle Rocky Gale reached on a single (don't worry, he still managed to make four outs in four plate appearances today) and then Joc Pederson bombed his eighth dong of the young season to make it 3-0.

  • @Reds • 2m Cincinnati Reds drop their 3rd consecutive game in 6-1 loss to Los Angeles Dodgers


    Manager David Bell talks about the Reds' 6-1 loss to the Dodgers and his decision to have Tyler Mahle hit with the bases loaded in the 4th inning. Bobby Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer

    LOS ANGELES - Trailing by three runs to the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday, the Reds loaded the bases in the fourth inning with two outs. Pitcher Tyler Mahle, who had struggled on the mound, walked up to the plate.

    Reds manager David Bell said it was a "tough decision." He thought about taking a chance with a pinch-hitter against Dodgers starter Kenta Maeda, but he knew it would put a strain on his bullpen.

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