Milwaukee vs Cincinnati Reds MLB Betting Prediction

MLB Milwaukee vs Cincinnati Reds Prediction 4/11/2024

The Milwaukee Brewers (8-3) travel to face off against the Cincinnati Reds (6-6) on Thursday, April 11th. This game will be played at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati and televised on BSOH. The Brewers are coming off a win in their previous game, while the Reds are looking to get back on track from a loss to the Reds. First pitch is set for 1:10 ET.

Brewers vs Reds

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The Brewers took down the Reds in the last game of this series, winning by a score of 7-2. Heading into the game, the Reds were the favorite on the money line at -141. Bryse Wilson got the win for Milwaukee, while Hunter Greene took the loss.

Christian Yelich and Blake Perkins each homered for the Brewers, while Jackson Chourio also had a two-RBI game. As for the Reds, Elly De La Cruz went 2/3 with a home run, but it wasn’t enough to keep up with the Brewers’ offense.

Wade Miley got the start for the Brewers, going four innings and giving up just one earned run. Hunter Greene went six innings for the Reds, but he gave up six earned runs and took the loss. Milwaukee’s offense got off to a fast start, putting up two runs in the 1st and three more in the 2nd.

The Brewers are currently on the road in Cincinnati and have a record of 8-3. They are currently in 2nd place in the NL Central, trailing the Pirates by 0.5 games. In the division, they have a record of 2-1.

So far, the Brewers have taken the first two games of the series with the Reds and have won two straight on the road. Overall, they have been excellent away from home, going 5-1.

When the Brewers are on the road, they have been a solid bet on the run line, going 5-1 so far this season. Their average run margin in those games is 2.2 runs per game. They have covered the run line in their last two road games and have an average run margin of 1.5 runs per game overall. They have been a better bet on the run line on the road than at home, where they are just 1-4 on the run line.

When the Milwaukee Brewers play, the over/under line is set at an average of 8 runs per game. Their games have averaged 10.3 runs per game, and their over/under record is 7-4. When the over/under line is set at 8.5 runs, their record is 3-2. Over their last four games, the over has hit each time.

Freddy Peralta Gets The Start For The Brewers

Freddy Peralta and the Brewers are on the road to take on the Reds. Peralta has been sharp in his first two starts, picking up a win in his first outing and then taking a no-decision in his last start. He has 15 strikeouts in 11 2/3 innings of work and has only given up 2 earned runs so far.

Brewers Offense Breakdown

For the Brewers, our top projected hitter in terms of total hits is William Contreras, as his total hits projection is 5th best in the league today. Rhys Hoskins has the best home run projection on the team and 7th best in the league. Christian Yelich has the 2nd best total hits projection on the team and 9th best in the league, while his home run projection is 10th best in the league. Willy Adames has the 2nd best home run projection on the team and 9th best in the league.

Currently, the Reds are in the midst of a three-game losing streak, which has dropped them to 4th in the NL Central. They are three games behind the Cubs for 3rd in the division. Overall, the Reds are 6-6, and they are 1-2 against divisional opponents.

At home, the Reds are 4-5, and they have lost two straight at home. They have been better on the road, going 2-1, and as the favorite, they are 3-4.

When betting on the Reds run line, it’s been a mixed bag this season. Their overall record is 5-7, but they’re 3-6 against the run line at home. They’re 2-1 against the run line on the road, and they’ve covered the run line in three of their five games as the underdog. The Reds have been outscored by an average of 0.1 runs per game at home this season.

The Reds’ over/under record is 9-3 this season, and their games have averaged 10.5 runs per game. The over/under line for today’s game against the Brewers is set at 8.5 runs. The over has hit in three straight Reds games, and the over has hit in seven of their 12 games this season. The average over/under line for Reds games this season is 9 runs.

Nick Martinez Gets The Start For The Reds

Getting the start for the Reds today is Nick Martinez, who will be making his third start of the season. He’s coming off a no-decision against the Mets in which he went 5 innings, giving up 5 runs on 8 hits. In his first start of the year, he went 5 innings, giving up 3 runs to the Nationals.

Reds Offense Breakdown

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Our model has Christian Encarnacion-Strand as the top Reds player in terms of total hits and home run projection, as he comes in 7th in the league in terms of home run projections today. Jonathan India is our 12th ranked player in terms of total hits today, and his home run projection is 11th in the league. Spencer Steer is 5th on the team in terms of total hits, but his home run projection is 11th in the league. Will Benson is 2nd in terms of total hits and home run projections on the team, with his home run projection 11th in the league.


Brewers vs Reds Prediction


Our prediction for today’s Brewers vs. Reds game is to take the Reds on the money line, with the payout sitting at +105. We actually have the Reds winning this one by a score of 6-5.

Looking at the starting pitchers, Freddy Peralta is projected to finish with six strikeouts, which is the third-best among all starters today. As for Nick Martinez, he is projected to finish with five K’s, which is the fourth worst.

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