San Diego 68-82 | 33-42 away
vs Cincinnati 70-81 | 40-35 home
Wednesday 12:35pm ET
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San Diego vs Cincinnati Predictions

Wed, Aug 21, 12:35pm ET at Great American Ball Park
Starting Pitchers
Matt Strahm (5-7) ERA: 5.21
L3: S/O: 5.7 WHIP: 1.5 ER: 5 IP: 5.3
Luis Castillo (11-5) ERA: 3.16
L3: S/O: 8 WHIP: 1.3 ER: 4.7 IP: 5.8
Odds
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Current
SD
CIN
O/U
+128
-138
8.5
+150
-170
8.5

Consensus Picks


Computer CIN -161 o/8.5
*Community CIN -170 79% o/8.5 56%

*Consensus from 1848 predictions.

Highlights
65525thEarned Run Average4.219th
.24126thQuality Starts6112th
.31123rdWHIP1.277th
.41823rdBAA.2385th
23rd OFFENSE 22nd
24th Hits 19th
27th Strike Outs 14th
15th DEFENSE 8th
11th Hits 6th
12th Strike Outs 4th
2019 NL West Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Los Angeles 97 54 .642 W1
Arizona 77 74 .510 W1
San Francisco 72 78 .480 W1
San Diego 68 82 .453 L5
Colorado 66 85 .437 W4
2019 NL Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
St. Louis 84 66 .560 W1
Chicago 82 68 .547 W5
Milwaukee 81 69 .540 W3
Cincinnati 70 81 .464 L1
Pittsburgh 65 85 .433 L3
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  • @Lockitup • 4w

    I like the Reds here with their ace on the mound at home. Castillo has been solid for these Reds and gives them the upper hand against Strahm.

    My Pick: Cincinnati -138 50%
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  • The Reds have their best starter on the hill, Luis Castillo, who has a 3.10 ERA in 25 starts. Matth Strahm has been hit hard in his last 3 starts and has a 5.21 ERA on the season. AND San Diego has trouble against righties, hitting just .239 against them this year, and without Tatis Jr., itll just get worse. Lay the juice with the Reds this afternoon.

    My Pick: Cincinnati -138 60%
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  • @Covers • 4w
     San Diego Padres vs Cincinnati Reds on 2019-08-21 added by Covers

    Covers community free betting prediction for
    Cincinnati Reds
    (78% consensus). Freddy Galvis is making the most of his opportunity with Cincinnati and he'll try to stay hot when the Reds host the San Diego Padres on Wednesday afternoon in the rubber match of their three-game series. Galvis belted a go-ahead two-run homer in the sixth inning to lift Cincinnati to a 3-2 victory Tuesday, helping the Reds clinch their first season series over San Diego since 2012... http://bit.ly/2J3bpLo

  • @OddsShark • 4w
     San Diego Padres vs Cincinnati Reds on 2019-08-21 added by OddsShark

    Betting Prediction for San Diego Padres vs Cincinnati Reds on August 21, 2019, 12:35 PM ET

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

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  • @Padres • 4w

    SignOnSanDiego.com: Padres drop series to Reds, finish road trip 3-3

    CINCINNATI --

    The Padres are not a team set up to win consistently.

    Not in some spots on the field, not at certain places in the batting order and not on the bench -- and certainly not on a day when the aim is filling a hole in the rotation.

    With one bad play in the outfield and eight bad pitches in the third inning, a "bullpen game" for the Padres went awry in a hurry Wednesday afternoon at Great American Ball Park, as they lost a game 4-2 and lost a series to the Reds to end their six-game trip even.

    CINCINNATI --

    The Padres are not a team set up to win consistently.

    Not in some spots on the field, not at certain places in the batting order and not on the bench -- and certainly not on a day when the aim is filling a hole in the rotation.

    With one bad play in the outfield and eight bad pitches in the third inning, a "bullpen game" for the Padres went awry in a hurry Wednesday afternoon at Great American Ball Park, as they lost a game 4-2 and lost a series to the Reds to end their six-game trip even.

  • @Reds • 4w
    MLB

    Cincinnati.com: Luis Castillo comes up aces in Cincinnati Reds' 4-2 win over the San Diego Padres

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    Luis Castillo returned to his ace status Wednesday.

    Castillo went six innings and allowed one run on five hits in the Reds' 4-2 victory over the San Diego Padres before a crowd of 13,397 at Great American Ball Park.

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    Luis Castillo returned to his ace status Wednesday.

    Castillo went six innings and allowed one run on five hits in the Reds' 4-2 victory over the San Diego Padres before a crowd of 13,397 at Great American Ball Park.

  • @Padres • 4w

    Fansided: San Diego Padres come out flat in disappointing loss to the Reds

    Hot off a series win in Philadelphia, the San Diego Padres looked poised to win their second straight against the Cincinnati Reds after winning the opener.

    Instead, they lost the next two by a combined score of 4-7, the most disappointing performance coming in the rubber match on Wednesday.

    With a scheduled bullpen day, the Padres ended up using three pitchers through the first three innings in what turned out to be a terribly managed game by Andy Green.

    Matt Strahm had a decent outing as he tossed two scoreless innings with four strikeouts and no walks.

    Hot off a series win in Philadelphia, the San Diego Padres looked poised to win their second straight against the Cincinnati Reds after winning the opener.

    Instead, they lost the next two by a combined score of 4-7, the most disappointing performance coming in the rubber match on Wednesday.

    With a scheduled bullpen day, the Padres ended up using three pitchers through the first three innings in what turned out to be a terribly managed game by Andy Green.

    Matt Strahm had a decent outing as he tossed two scoreless innings with four strikeouts and no walks.

  • @Reds • 4w
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    Red Reporter: Luis Castillo gets back on track, Reds beat Padres 4-2 to win series

    The last game that Luis Castillo started was positively awful. The Cincinnati Reds right-hander had entered that game against the St. Louis Cardinals having only allowed more than 4 ER in a start once all season, and then proceeded to get pounded for 8 ER in just 4.1 IP, serving up a trio of dingers in the process.

    With that for some context, it was wonderful to see him bounce right back to his dominant self today, as that's exactly what he was against the San Diego Padres.

    Castillo threw an even 100 pitches in his 6 IP, surrendering just 5 H and a lone ER in the process.

    The last game that Luis Castillo started was positively awful. The Cincinnati Reds right-hander had entered that game against the St. Louis Cardinals having only allowed more than 4 ER in a start once all season, and then proceeded to get pounded for 8 ER in just 4.1 IP, serving up a trio of dingers in the process.

    With that for some context, it was wonderful to see him bounce right back to his dominant self today, as that's exactly what he was against the San Diego Padres.

    Castillo threw an even 100 pitches in his 6 IP, surrendering just 5 H and a lone ER in the process.

  • @Padres • 4w

    Fansided: San Diego Padres fall to Cincinnati Reds on Quantrill's lone mistake

    The San Diego Padres snatched defeat from the jaws of victory again Tuesday evening, but this time it was just a stroke of bad luck.

    The Padres lost to the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park following starting pitcher Cal Quantrill giving up a two-run home run to Freddy Galvis. That name should sound familiar; Galvis was a Padre last season, but signed with the Toronto Blue Jays in free agency.

    The Blue Jays waived him this month and Galvis was picked up by the Reds just over a week ago, on Aug. 12.

    The San Diego Padres snatched defeat from the jaws of victory again Tuesday evening, but this time it was just a stroke of bad luck.

    The Padres lost to the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park following starting pitcher Cal Quantrill giving up a two-run home run to Freddy Galvis. That name should sound familiar; Galvis was a Padre last season, but signed with the Toronto Blue Jays in free agency.

    The Blue Jays waived him this month and Galvis was picked up by the Reds just over a week ago, on Aug. 12.

  • @Reds • 4w
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    Redleg Nation: Reds Sneak by Padres 3-2

    Sonny Gray pitched masterfully and Freddy Galvis hit another homer helping the Cincinnati Reds sneak by the San Diego Padres by a score of 3-2.

    Gray pitched six innings of one-run baseball. He fanned 10 Padres while allowing just seven baserunners (four hits and three walks). The only run he allowed was on a solo home run by Josh Naylor in the top of the sixth. With his 10 strikeouts, Gray made that back-to-back days that Reds starters struck out at least 10 (Trevor Bauer had 11 last night). The last time Reds starters went back-to-back with 10+ K starts was 1968 with Gary Nolan and Jim Maloney.

    Sonny Gray pitched masterfully and Freddy Galvis hit another homer helping the Cincinnati Reds sneak by the San Diego Padres by a score of 3-2.

    Gray pitched six innings of one-run baseball. He fanned 10 Padres while allowing just seven baserunners (four hits and three walks). The only run he allowed was on a solo home run by Josh Naylor in the top of the sixth. With his 10 strikeouts, Gray made that back-to-back days that Reds starters struck out at least 10 (Trevor Bauer had 11 last night). The last time Reds starters went back-to-back with 10+ K starts was 1968 with Gary Nolan and Jim Maloney.

  • @Padres • 4w

    Fansided: Padres to test their mettle against Reds: Game 3 preview

    The San Diego Padres defeated the Cincinnati Reds on Monday evening 3-2. Cincinnati took revenge and beat the Friars 3-2 the following day.

    The Padres couldn't capitalize off of Cal Quantrill's solid start, unable to provide their rookie pitcher with any reinforcements. The offense went 0-for-6 with runners in scoring position and left six runners on base.

    San Diego still has a chance to nab the series with the rubber match taking place on Wednesday. The Friars have scheduled a bullpen day with former starter Matt Strahm (5-8) getting the nod.

    The San Diego Padres defeated the Cincinnati Reds on Monday evening 3-2. Cincinnati took revenge and beat the Friars 3-2 the following day.

    The Padres couldn't capitalize off of Cal Quantrill's solid start, unable to provide their rookie pitcher with any reinforcements. The offense went 0-for-6 with runners in scoring position and left six runners on base.

    San Diego still has a chance to nab the series with the rubber match taking place on Wednesday. The Friars have scheduled a bullpen day with former starter Matt Strahm (5-8) getting the nod.

  • @Reds • 4w
    MLB

    Cincinnati.com: Sonny Gray's scoreless streak ends in a stellar outing; Cincinnati Reds top San Diego Padres

    (Photo: Sam Greene)

    Sonny Gray's scoreless streak was over and now he was fighting to keep his team in the game.

    With two outs in the sixth inning, Gray surrendered a solo home run to San Diego Padres outfielder Josh Naylor, the first run he allowed this month. Manny Machado dropped a single into center, which fell in no-man's land between four fielders. Gray walked the next two batters to load the bases.

    After dominating all evening, it was up to Gray to keep the game from unraveling. Gray threw two pitches outside the strike zone before Manuel Margot lined out to center field to end the inning.

    (Photo: Sam Greene)

    Sonny Gray's scoreless streak was over and now he was fighting to keep his team in the game.

    With two outs in the sixth inning, Gray surrendered a solo home run to San Diego Padres outfielder Josh Naylor, the first run he allowed this month. Manny Machado dropped a single into center, which fell in no-man's land between four fielders. Gray walked the next two batters to load the bases.

    After dominating all evening, it was up to Gray to keep the game from unraveling. Gray threw two pitches outside the strike zone before Manuel Margot lined out to center field to end the inning.

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