Cincinnati Reds versus LA Dodgers MLB Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The late night 4th of July Major League Baseball contest will feature the Cincinnati Reds concluding their three game series with the LA Dodgers on Wednesday night. The Reds and Dodgers will begin from Dodger Stadium at 9PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by the MLB package.

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The current odds posted at Oddsmaker sees the road club Cincinnati Reds favored by -140 odds with the take back on the LA Dodgers at +130 odds. The run over under is lined at seven runs. Those betting the Cincinnati Reds on the run line and laying the -1 ½ runs will get back +120 odds. Bettors who decide to take the +1 ½ runs on the side of the LA Dodgers will lay -140 odds for their run line wager. First five inning gamblers will find the Cincinnati Reds favored by -140 odds with the return on the home underdog LA Dodgers at +120 odds. The over under is lined at 3 ½ runs after five innings of play.

This will be the rubber game of this three game series as each team has won one game thus far between these second place teams. The pitching matchup from the series finale will feature Mike Leake for Cincinnati as he will oppose one time Red Aaron Harang for Los Angeles. Leake has been in very good form as the Red right hander has allowed just four earned runs total in his past three starts working 24 innings. He is coming off a great start against a hot San Francisco team as he allowed just one earned run in a complete game nine inning effort on Friday. After a promising start to the season for Harang the Dodger right hander has struggled in recent outings. He sits with an ERA near six with a WHIP over 2 runners per inning over his past three starts and the LA Dodgers team record is 0-3 in that span. With injuries to Matt Kemp and Andre Eithier ailing the team has lost its grip on first place in the NL West and has fallen to second place. The Dodgers have lost 12 of their past 15 games entering play on the Fourth of July.

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