Chicago 50-44 | 18-27 away
vs Cincinnati 43-48 | 24-21 home
Wednesday 6:40pm ET

Chicago vs Cincinnati Predictions

Wed, May 15, 6:40pm ET at Great American Ball Park
Starting Pitchers
Y Darvish (2-3) ERA: 5.40
L3: S/O: 6.3 WHIP: 1.8 ER: 2.3 IP: 4.7
S Gray (0-4) ERA: 3.92
L3: S/O: 3.3 WHIP: 1.6 ER: 2.5 IP: 4.7

Consensus Picks

Computer CIN -133 u/9
*Community CHC +125 61% o/9 70%

*Consensus from 2029 predictions.

48012thEarned Run Average3.8428th
.25611thQuality Starts3314th
3rd OFFENSE 22nd
7th Hits 30th
16th Strike Outs 12th
5th DEFENSE 2nd
7th Hits 5th
10th Strike Outs 4th
2019 NL Central Standings
Chicago 50 44 .532 L1
St. Louis 47 45 .511 W3
Milwaukee 48 47 .505 L2
Pittsburgh 44 49 .473 L4
Cincinnati 43 48 .473 W1
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  • @EasyMoney • 2m

    If Gray [layed for the Cubs he would have a winning record. I'm not saying he is dominant but he goes out and does a very pedestrian job. Darvish will get the benefit of having the Cubs behind him today. His confidence is coming back from his rocky start and Darvish and the Cubs win one today.

    My Pick: Chicago +114 50%
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  • As bad as Darvish has been at times this season the Cubs 4-1 in Darvishs last five starts. Oddly enough, Darvish is much better on the road (2-1; 4.42 ERA) than he is at home (0-2; 6.38 ERA) this season. As for Gray, hes coming off a walk-heavy performance last week, and even when hes on this year he doesnt get much support from his offense. This game is more about offensive production that ERA's. I think Vegas is giving us a gift with Cubs +108 here today.

    My Pick: Chicago +108
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  • @Covers • 2m

     Chicago Cubs vs Cincinnati Reds on 2019-05-15 added by Covers

    Covers community free betting prediction for
    Chicago Cubs
    (64% consensus). Javier Baez looks to extend his hitting streak to 13 games and lead the Chicago Cubs to another series victory when they visit the Cincinnati Reds for the second contest of a three-game set Wednesday night. Baez has two hits in three consecutive games after Tuesdays 3-1 victory and is a sizzling 19-for-50 during his streak while the Cubs can move to 10-0-1 in 11 series with a win in either of the final two contests...

  • @OddsShark • 2m

    Betting Prediction for Chicago Cubs vs Cincinnati Reds on May 15, 2019, 6:40 PM ET

     Chicago Cubs vs Cincinnati Reds on 2019-05-15 added by OddsShark

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

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  • @Reds • 2m

    Redleg Nation: Cubs vs Reds - May 15, 2019


    Yesterday's game started with me mistakenly attributing a 15 ERA to Tanner Roark. As it happens, I was merely futurecasting. His ERA probably is an actual 15 right now.

    Josh The Pilot is fond of stating that happiness in life is based on realistic expectations. Last night I expected to take a nap during the game because the previous day took approximately five days and I was exhausted to the point of sick. I woke up at some point in the ninth feeling a bit better. So I thought the game was pretty great.


    Let's get Sonny the win today, guys.

  • @Cubs • 2m

    Fansided: Chicago Cubs take opener from the Reds behind Kyle Hendricks

    Coming out of the gate, not many of the Chicago Cubs pitchers were pitching very well. Starters, relievers. They were all bad. It seems like a season ago. But as recently as April 26, Kyle Hendricks was sitting at 1-4, having just allowed seven runs to the Arizona Diamondbacks in five innings. His ERA was 5.33, and he was nothing like the pitcher he had been the past few seasons. Deep breath....exhale. And, we are back.

    In Hendricks last three games, he pitched a 25 of potential 27 innings, allowed just one run, struck out 17 and walked only one-his last hitter in last night's 3-1 win against the Cincinnati Reds.

  • @Cubs • 2m

    Obstructed View: Cubs 3, Reds 1


    OSS: Cy(le) Cobb makes an appearance

    Three up:

    Kyle Hendricks extended his streak of excellent pitching, allowing just one run in eight innings, striking out seven. Hendricks led off the top of the ninth with his first walk of the game, which led to the pen finishing the game off. Even more impressively, Hendricks went 3-4 including a two-run double in the second inning that fell just shy of the warning track in dead center. He could easily have gone 4-4, as the lone out was a line drive that happened to be hit straight at the second baseman.

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