Marlins vs Reds Odds & Picks (July 25)

Marlins vs Reds Odds & Picks (July 25)

Marlins vs Reds odds

Jul 24, 2022; Cincinnati, Ohio, USA; Cincinnati Reds left fielder Tommy Pham (28) right fielder Tyler Naquin (12) and center fielder Nick Senzel (15) react after the Reds defeated the St. Louis Cardinals at Great American Ball Park. Mandatory Credit: David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports

The Cincinnati Reds are -115 home favorites over the Miami Marlins in a National League game scheduled for Monday, July 25
Cincinnati has gone 7-0 straight up in the past seven home games against the Marlins
The Reds are 11-3 SU overall in the last 14 games when facing Miami

The Cincinnati Reds (36-58, 20-29 home) are among the worst home teams in MLB. Except when the Miami Marlins (45-50, 23-27 away) drop in for a visit. Then Cincinnati turns into the Big Red Machine.

The Reds have won seven in a row straight up at home over the Marlins. They are 6-1 against the runline in those games.

Oddsmakers are anticipating that Cincinnati home success to continue. It’s the Reds who are set as -115 favorites as they open a four-game home series against the Marlins. Cincinnati is 6-9 SU as a home favorite this season.

First pitch at Great American Ball Park is set for 6:40pm ET on Monday, July 25. The weather forecast is showing cloudy skies with 7 mph wind and a temperature of 77 degrees.

Marlins vs Reds Odds

Team
Moneyline
Runline
Total
Miami Marlins
-105
-1.5 (+150)
O 9.5 (-105)
Cincinnati Reds
-115
+1.5 (-178)
U 9.5 (-115)

Odds as of July 24 at Caesars Sportsbook. See available Caesars Sportsbook promo codes. 

At odds of -115, the Reds are offering an implied probability of victory of 53.49% in the MLB betting line. A successful $10 wager on Cincinnati would deliver a payout of $18.90.

In MLB betting trends, the public is going against the oddsmakers. There’s 55% of moneyline and runline wagers backing the Marlins. As well, 55% of bets are going with the under on the total.

Betting on either the Reds or Marlins in MLB futures wouldn’t be a wise investment. In the MLB Division odds, the betting line is displaying Miami at odds of +4000 to win the NL East. Cincinnati is a +30000 long shot to win the NL Central. The MLB pennant odds show the Marlins at +10000 and the Reds at +100000. In the World Series odds, Miami is +30000 and Cincinnati is +200000.

Miami vs Cincinnati Probable Pitchers

Marlins left-hander Trevor Rogers is showing a career-low 2.00 strikeouts/walks ratio. That’s well below his career average of 2.80.

Everyone vs Trevor Rogers this year pic.twitter.com/hBQBZTsBiR

— twm (@TakesWereMade_) July 17, 2022

Rogers has lost his last three starts, allowing nine earned runs over 16 innings in the process. He’s won just twice since May 15. Control has proven to be an issue. Rogers walked nine and hit four batters during his three-start skid.

He’s 2-3 with a 3.95 ERA over nine road starts this season. Rogers will be facing the Reds for the first time in his MLB career.

Rogers vs Lodolo Stats

4-9
Record
2-3
5.46
ERA
5.81
4.94
xERA
4.38
1.55
WHIP
1.78
2.00
SO/W Ratio
3.17

Reds left-hander Nick Lodolo rates among the bottom 3% of MLB hurlers in wOBA (.400). The rookie will be making his seventh MLB start on Monday.

Lodolo has won two of his past three decisions, both victories coming at home. He’s 2-1 in four home starts and his ERA at Great American Ball Park (4.19) is more than six runs better than on the road (10.29). Opposition hitters are touching Lodolo for a .313 clip.

Nick Lodolo, Nasty 81mph Back Door Breaking Ball. ? pic.twitter.com/AOONXPeL43

— Rob Friedman (@PitchingNinja) July 16, 2022

He was roughed up for five hits and five earned runs over two innings at St Louis in his last start, taking the loss. Lodolo has hit five batters over the past 11.2 innings and seven in 26.1 innings this season. He’ll be facing the Marlins for the first time as a big-league pitcher.

Batting Average vs Starting Pitchers

Reds Batters
Batting Average vs Rogers
Marlins Batters
Batting Average vs Lodolo
Brandon Drury
.000
Jesus Aguilar
.000
Stuart Fairchild
.000
Willians Astudillo
.000
Kyle Farmer
.000
JJ Bleday
.000
Jonathan India
.000
Garrett Cooper
.000
Mark Kolozsvary
.000
Bryan De La Cruz
.000
Mike Moustakas
.000
Nick Fortes
.000
Tyler Naquin
.000
Avisail Garcia
.000
Michael Papierski
.000
Billy Hamilton
.000
Tommy Pham
.000
Miguel Rojas
.000
Matt Reynolds
.000
Jacob Stallings
.000
Nick Senzel
.000
Jesus Sanchez
.000
Donovan Solono
.000
Joey Wendle
.000
Joey Votto
.000
Luke Williams
.000

There isn’t a batter on either team who’s ever faced the opposing pitcher in an MLB game.

Cincinnati’s Joey Votto is a career .295 hitter against the Marlins with 12 home runs. Mike Moustakas is a .306 batter against Miami with six homers in just 36 at-bats.

Joey Votto three-run blast! pic.twitter.com/e1r9tBp9ES

— Talkin’ Baseball (@TalkinBaseball_) July 24, 2022

For Miami, Avisail Garcia is batting .289 with eight homers when facing the Reds. Jesus Sanchez has two homers in just 20 at-bats against Cincinnati.

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Marlins vs Reds Prediction

The Reds are suddenly holding a hot hand at home. Cincinnati has gone 6-1 SU over the club’s past seven home games and won the past two series against the Cardinals (2-1) and Rays (3-0).

Nick Lodolo’s third K pic.twitter.com/CswgTuhbqR

— ATBBTTR (@ATBBTTR) July 16, 2022

Lodolo was the 2019 first-round pick of the Reds and shows a significant upside. Then there’s Cincinnati’s seven successive home-field wins over the Marlins.

Pick: Cincinnati Reds ML (-115)

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An industry veteran, Bob literally taught the course on the history of sports at Elder College. He has worked as a Sports Columnist for Postmedia, appeared as a guest on several radio stations, was the Vice President of the Society For International Hockey Research in Ontario, and written 25 books.

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