Cincinnati vs Cleveland Predictions
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Betting Prediction for Cincinnati Reds vs Cleveland Indians on June 12, 2019, 1:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Cleveland will Win and the Total will go Under .
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Red Reporter: Game 66: Reds at Cleveland (1:10 PM EDT) - DeSclafani vs. Plesac
Red Reporter: Reds at Indians Game 2: Preview and Lineups
Last night was so very 2019 Reds. The pitching gave up all of one run in nine innings but they still took the L. Brutal.
I want to formally lodge a complaint with the baseball scheduling commission. These mid-week two-game sets against the Indians are the dog's lunch. Can't we get an Ohio Cup series on a damn weekend? And with off days on either side, too. I mean, I like that the players are getting more off days through the season, but we can probably stagger them a bit better.
Tony Disco is throwing pretty all right this season, when you think about it.
Red Reporter: Reds at Cleveland, Game 1 - Preview and Lineups
The MLB schedule this year certainly appears to be accomplishing one of its goals of providing players with a bit more in-season respite than they've grown accustomed to seeing in previous years. And so, once again, we have a week where the Reds go from Sunday to Friday playing precisely one night game, with a pair of off-days and two day games mixed in.
Tonight, Tuesday, is our lone night game until Friday, as the Cincinnati Reds will take on the Cleveland Indians under the lights by the lake. It'll be a pretty star-studded pitching matchup, too, as Luis Castillo and Trevor Bauer will toe the rubber for their respective squads.
Let's Go Tribe: Oscar Mercado's walkoff single leads Indians past Reds in extras
On a night that saw Carlos Santana homer and Trevor Bauer at least somewhat resemble his old self, it was Oscar Mercado who was the difference in the game. The Tribe's rookie outfielder singled with the bases loaded in the bottom of the tenth inning to score the game-winning run and lead the Cleveland Indians past the Cincinnati Reds, 2-1, in extras.
Mercado's late game heroics put a positive final note on what had been an otherwise abysmal night for the Indians' lineup prior to the tenth inning. But before I get into that, credit where credit is due: It was the bottom of the lineup that sparked the Indians' rally, with Mike Freeman drawing a walk and Leonys Martin putting runners at the corners with a one-out single.