Cincinnati 43-52 | 19-29 away
vs Los Angeles 50-49 | 27-23 home
Wednesday 8:07pm ET
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Cincinnati vs Los Angeles Predictions

Wed, Jun 26, 8:07pm ET at Angel Stadium
Starting Pitchers
T Roark (5-6) ERA: 3.47
L3: S/O: 5.3 WHIP: 1.1 ER: 2.3 IP: 6
Jaime Barria (2-2) ERA: 6.51
L3: S/O: 3.3 WHIP: 1.4 ER: 2.4 IP: 4.7
Odds
Open
Current
CIN
LAA
O/U
+107
-117
9
+107
-117
9.5

Consensus Picks


Computer LAA -114 u/9.5
*Community LAA -117 59% o/9.5 73%

*Consensus from 1287 predictions.

Highlights
42226thRuns50511th
.24224thBatting Average.25910th
.31224thOn Base Percentage.3358th
.41822ndSlugging Percentage.44014th
24th OFFENSE 11th
28th Hits 9th
12th Strike Outs 1st
2nd DEFENSE 22nd
3rd Hits 14th
5th Strike Outs 12th
2019 NL Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Chicago 53 44 .546 W3
St. Louis 50 46 .521 W3
Milwaukee 51 48 .515 L1
Pittsburgh 45 51 .469 L2
Cincinnati 43 52 .453 L4
2019 AL West Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Houston 62 37 .626 W3
Oakland 56 42 .571 W1
Texas 50 47 .515 L5
Los Angeles 50 49 .505 L3
Seattle 40 60 .400 W1
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  • @Covers • 3w

     Cincinnati Reds vs Los Angeles Angels on 2019-06-26 added by Covers

    Covers community free betting prediction for
    Los Angeles Angels
    (55% consensus). The Los Angeles Angels got off to a strong start on their six-game homestand thanks in large part to their middle infielders. The club seeks its third straight overall victory and a sweep of its two-game interleague series when it hosts the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday... http://bit.ly/2GoC6fD

  • @OddsShark • 4w

    Betting Prediction for Cincinnati Reds vs Los Angeles Angels on June 26, 2019, 8:07 PM ET

     Cincinnati Reds vs Los Angeles Angels on 2019-06-26 added by OddsShark

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

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  • @Reds • 3w

    Cincinnati.com: Raisel Iglesias roughed up in the eighth in 5-1 Cincinnati Reds loss to the Angels

    MLB

    (Photo: Sam Greene)

    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Raisel Iglesias has been perfect in save situations lately.

    He entered Wednesday game in a non-save situation and was far from perfect.

    Iglesias gave four runs in the eighth in the Reds' 5-1 loss to the Los Angeles Angels before a crowd of 35,272 at Angel Stadium. It was Iglesias' seventh loss of the year.

    The road trip that began so promising ended with four straight losses.

    Iglesias started the inning by walking Mike Trout. Iglesias then threw a pickoff attempt into the camera well, sending Trout to second.

    (Photo: Sam Greene)

    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Raisel Iglesias has been perfect in save situations lately.

    He entered Wednesday game in a non-save situation and was far from perfect.

    Iglesias gave four runs in the eighth in the Reds' 5-1 loss to the Los Angeles Angels before a crowd of 35,272 at Angel Stadium. It was Iglesias' seventh loss of the year.

    The road trip that began so promising ended with four straight losses.

    Iglesias started the inning by walking Mike Trout. Iglesias then threw a pickoff attempt into the camera well, sending Trout to second.

  • @Reds • 3w

    Cincinnati.com: Jose Peraza's Reds-Angels fielding blunder shared by MLB Twitter account

    MLB

    Jose Peraza appeared to lack awareness about the number of outs when he caught Shohei Ohtani's sacrifice fly at the warning track and didn't immediately throw it toward the infield, allowing pinch-runner Wilfredo Tovar to score from second base on the play during the seventh inning of the Cincinnati Reds' 5-1 loss Tuesday night to the Los Angeles Angels.

    Jose Peraza appeared to lack awareness about the number of outs when he caught Shohei Ohtani's sacrifice fly at the warning track and didn't immediately throw it toward the infield, allowing pinch-runner Wilfredo Tovar to score from second base on the play during the seventh inning of the Cincinnati Reds' 5-1 loss Tuesday night to the Los Angeles Angels.

  • @Reds • 3w

    Red Reporter: Joey Votto homers, but Reds fall to Angels 5-1 in series opener

    MLB

    Joey Votto clubbed a 410 foot homer over the wall early off lefty Andrew Heaney, and later added a walk. In a game when the rest of the Cincinnati Reds roster couldn't quite figure out the Los Angeles Angels well enough, that was the lone true highlight - and Votto later added a walk, because of course he did.

    Honorable Mentions are due to: Eugenio Suarez, who doubled and walked twice; and to both Jared Hughes and Matt Bowman, who each fired a scoreless inning of relief.

  • @Reds • 3w

    Cincinnati.com: Cincinnati Reds fall to Los Angeles Angels 5-1 for third loss in a row

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    (Photo: John Geliebter, John Geliebter-USA TODAY Sports)

    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- A three-game losing streak in Major League Baseball is not the ideal way to follow a six-game winning streak, but that's what the Cincinnati Reds have done.

    The Reds fell to the Los Angles Angels 5-1 before a crowd of 37,260 at Angel Stadium.

    One side note: Yasiel Puig was ejected by home plate umpire Kerwin Danley for arguing a third-strike call in the sixth. Manager David Bell also was ejected. Puig came very close to making contact with Danley.

  • @Angels • 3w

    Halos Heaven: Angel infielders show off power and speed in 5-1 Cincinnati-stomping

    MLB

    The Angel offense started off on a good note Tuesday evening and never looked back as the threatening Tyler Mahle faced off against the struggling Andrew Heaney. While not a cakewalk, the game felt solidly out of hand for the Reds from the second inning onward. On the heels of a disappointing series in St. Louis, the Trouts would certainly take it.

    Heaney certainly didn't let the game start off on a good note. Keep in mind that the Reds have been one of the worst offenses in baseball, and only a recent surge (including a 3-game sweep of the Houston Astros) has kept them from the 3rd worst team wRC+ in the majors.

  • @Reds • 3w

    Redleg Nation: Reds Recap: Losing streak reaches 3 as Angels spoil Mahle's homecoming

    MLB

    ANAHEIM, CALIF. - Home runs spoiled Tuesday's homecoming for the Reds' Tyler Mahle as Cincinnati fell to the Los Angeles Angels 5-1.

    Mahle - a native of nearby Newport Beach who attended high school just 15 minutes from Angel Stadium - was coming off arguably his best game of 2019, in which he threw seven innings of two-run, four-hit ball in a no-decision against the AL West-leading Astros. On Tuesday night, however, he didn't make it past the fifth.

    The Reds and Angels traded home runs in the first inning. With a 2-1 count and the bases empty, Joey Votto -- serving as the Reds' designated hitter -- hit a 94 mph sinker just over the center field wall to put the Reds on the board.

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