Free Baseball Picks: Colorado Rockies at Cincinnati Reds.

Written and authored by Major League Baseball Expert Analyst Charlie McDougall. produces it for Baseball news and notes. The teams will play on Monday May 25th, 2015. At 1:10 PM EST.
The (16-25) Colorado Rockies of the National League West Division will be in the “BUCKEYE STATE” for the start of a three-game series. Colorado will play the (18-25) Cincinnati Reds of the National League Central in 2015 MLB action. The teams will play at Great American Ball Park on the banks of the Ohio River in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Colorado Rockies must upgrade their roster to compete in the Division. The Cincinnati Reds have proven players, but something is missing from the team. The opening betting line has Cincinnati as a -130 home favorite Against The Spread. The betting odds total is 8′ runs for Monday’s game.

The 2015 Colorado Rockies have lost two of three. Colorado plays San Francisco at home in the finale of a weekend series on Sunday May 24th. The Rockies are last in the NL West, nine and a half games out of first place. The Rockies are 9-12 away from their home at Coors Field this season. Second Baseman DJ LeMahieu leads the team hitting the baseball. LeMahieu has a .331 batting average, a .385 on-base percentage and forty-five hits. Third Baseman Nolan Arenado has a team-high seven home runs to go along with twenty-one RBI S. The Rockies have a .422 slugging percentage. Colorado pitchers have given up forty-one home runs to opposing hitters this season. The Rockies return to the “ROCKY MOUNTAIN STATE” for a nine-game homestand on June 1st. The Rockies are 15-51 in their last 66 baseball games on the road. Colorado is also 5-14 their last nineteen on Monday’s. Left Fielder Corey Dickerson is on the 15-day disabled list with a foot injury. Third Baseman Charlie Culberson will be out a couple of months, he’s healing from a sore tailbone. The Colorado Rockies are 4-6 their last ten MLB Betting Predictions overall, going over the betting odds total six times while staying under the betting odds total four. The Colorado Rockies will send the Right Handed Eddie Butler, who is (2-5) with a 4.38 ERA to the pitchers mound for game one of the series. The Chesapeake, Virginia native threw three innings, giving up six hits and four runs in his last start on May 20th, a 4-2 loss to Philadelphia. Bovada.Lv has the Colorado Rockies at 100/1 to win the 2015 MLB National League Pennant.

The 2015 Cincinnati Reds are on an eight-game losing streak. Cincinnati has been swept their last two series both on the road and in interleague play. Cincinnati is fourth in the Division, none and a half games from the top spot. Cincinnati is playing .500 baseball at home this season. Second Baseman Brandon Phillips leads the team with a .309 batting average and forty-six base hits. First Baseman Joey Votto has a team-high .383 on-base percentage. Third Baseman Todd Frazier is the leader in home runs and RBI S. The Reds are hitting .238 as a team. Cincinnati pitchers allow the opposition a .408 slugging percentage at the plate. Ace pitcher Johnny Cueto is nursing a sore elbow and may miss a few starts. Cincinnati is 3-8 ATS their last eleven baseball games on Monday’s. The betting odds over the total are 9-2-1 the last twelve meetings between the teams. The Cincinnati Reds are just 2-8 their last ten overall, going over the betting odds total five times, staying under the betting odds total four and has a push. Right, Hander Jason Marquis, who is (3-4) with a 6.91 ERA, will be on the hill. The 6’1″ 220 pound New York native threw 3.2 innings, giving up four hits and four runs in a 7-1 loss in Kansas City on May 20th. The Cincinnati Reds are 50/1 to win the 2015 MLB National League Title.

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