Cincinnati Reds at San Francisco Giants MLB Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The west coast battle between two first place NL divisional clubs continues as the Cincinnati Reds and San Francisco Giants will hook up in their series finale of a four game weekend set on Sunday afternoon. The Reds and Giants will begin from San Francisco at 4PM Eastern Time and the MLB package will deliver the live national television broadcast.

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The current betting odds at Oddsmaker have the home club San Francisco Giants favored by -150 odds with the return on the road team Cincinnati Reds at +135 odds. The run over under is lined at 7 runs. Bettors who play the San Francisco Giants on the run line and lays the -1 ½ runs will get back +155 odds. Those who take the +1 ½ runs with the Cincinnati Reds will have to lay -175 odds for their run line wager. First five inning lines have the San Francisco Giants favored by -150 odds with the road club Cincinnati Reds returning +130 odds. The over under is set at 3 ½ runs after five innings of play.

Cincinnati has won two straight in this series after the Giants took game one of this series. The Reds pitching staff has risen in those two wins by allowing San Francisco just one run in each of those contests. Game four of this series will match Reds starter Bronson Arroyo ad he faces right hander Ryan Vogelsong of the San Francisco Giants. Arroyo has been banged around over his past three starts by allowing 11 earned runs in 17 2/3rds innings of work. Vogelsong has been outstanding working at home as the veteran hurler has allowed just eight earned runs in his eight home starts this season as he has worked a total of 56 innings. That computes to a home ERA of just 1.29 and WHIP of 1.07. In his last two home starts Vogelsong shut out the Dodgers over seven innings and allowed a good Texas Rangers team just one earned run in 7 1/3rd innings of work. The game is trending towards the under as each game of this four game series thus far in San Francisco has played to an under the total result. The under is 3-0 in Bronson Arroyo’s past three starts against the Giants.

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