Cincinnati vs Cleveland Tue, Jun 11
|*Community||CLE -125 56%||o/8 52%|
*Consensus from 2435 predictions.
|.30823rd||On Base Percentage||.31921st|
Castillo looks good with his 2.38 ERA but don't count out Bauer today. Cleveland has been seeing the ball extremely well and scoring a ton of runs and that will help Bauer tonight.
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Im going with the Reds here at plus odds. Bauer hasnt looked the part in his recent outings and I think this Reds line up will jump all over him. He has struggled with his command at times which has lead him to getting in bad counts and becoming predictable. I also like the Reds here because of who they are strolling out to the mound. Luis Castillo has gone 3-0 with a 2,78 ERA on the road this year, while Bauer has gone 1-4 with a 5.61 ERA at home and he has gone 0-5 with a 5.52 ERA in his last seven starts overall. For me I believe the Reds offense will do enough damage early to let Castillo pitch late into this one.70%
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Cleveland Indians (52% consensus). The Cleveland Indians have, for the most part, acquitted themselves well against some of the league's better teams while slipping up against lesser-tier competition. Coming off consecutive series victories over a pair of American League division leaders, the Indians will wrap up an eight-game homestand with the first of two against the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday night... http://bit.ly/2J2KXkJ
Betting Prediction for Cincinnati Reds vs Cleveland Indians on June 11, 2019, 7:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Cincinnati will Win and the Total will go Over .
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Cincinnati.com: Cincinnati Reds' Derek Dietrich looks forward to playing in Cleveland, his hometown
Derek Dietrich clubbed three home runs in a win over the Pittsburgh Pirates on May 28. John Fay, Wochit
CLEVELAND - Back in his hometown during Monday's off day, Derek Dietrich visited his parents' house. He hung out with his parents and grandmother, ate a home-cooked meal and dusted off an old VCR set.
Dietrich and his family watched an old tape of one of his favorite baseball memories. In 2006, Dietrich won a high school Home Run Derby at Progressive Field. That's when he still dreamed of playing in the Major Leagues one day. The license plate on the Jeep he drove: "MLB1DAY.
Redleg Nation: Cincinnati Reds vs Cleveland Indians - June 11, 2019
The 2019 Ohio Cup Series between the Reds and Indians begins tonight with the first of two games at Progressive Field in Cleveland. The series will conclude with two games at GABP July 6 and 7 leading into the All Star Break. The Indians are 5-5 in their last 10 games. They come into the series at 33-32, good for 2nd place in the AL Central but a distant 10.5 games behind the division leading Twins. They are 2 games away from an AL Wildcard spot, tied with Boston as 1st team out. The 5th place Reds, 4-6 in their last 10 games and 29-35 on the season, are 8 games off the NL Central lead.
NEO Sports Insiders: Indians Look to Stay Hot at Home as They Begin Two-Game Set with the Reds
The Indians have two more games left on this current eight-game homestand, and so far the team has been successful in winning four of six against two division leaders in the Twins and Yankees.
Tonight the team will welcome in the Cincinnati Reds, a National League team that they are familiar with after seeing them every season.
Trevor Bauer who has been scuffling will go for the Indians, looking to get his season back on track. Bauer this season is 4-6 with an ERA of 3.93.
He will look to snap a personal high five-game losing streak, a streak that has seen him allow 36 runs and nine homers over his last seven starts.
Let's Go Tribe: Series Preview: Cleveland Indians vs. Cincinnati Reds
The quest for the Ohio Cup begins again this season with the Tribe facing off against their in-state rival Cincinnati Reds. They've got the first two games here at Progressive Field starting today before they head to Great American Ballpark for the final two games in July. The Tribe currently owns the Cup, but can they retain it for another year?<strong>Team in a box</strong> 2019 Cincinnati Reds
Runs Scored 273 Runs Allowed 240 Run Differential +33 Streak W1 AVG .
Fansided: The Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians battle for the 2019 Ohio Cup
As strange as it seems, the Cincinnati Reds (29-35) still have an opportunity to leave Progressive Field on Wednesday afternoon with a winning road trip. After splitting the first two games of the trek in St. Louis, the Reds were fortunate to leave Philadelphia with just one win. Now, the Reds find themselves in Northeast Ohio and have a chance to return home with a hard earned 4-3 road trip.
It's no secret the Reds have to rely heavily on their pitching due to an inconsistent offense which has struggled to score runs with any semblance of consistency.