Cincinnati Reds MLB Betting Odds

Cincinnati Reds MLB Betting Odds

Cincinnati Reds MLB Betting

To their credit, the Cincinnati Reds made the expanded 2020 playoffs. It was the first playoff season for the Reds since 2013. Now the question is whether or not the Reds can keep it going over the long haul of a full 162-game season. There may be an opening for the Reds now that the Chicago Cubs look like a team cutting back and surrendering as a top-tier contender. The St. Louis Cardinals are the likely favorite in the National League Central. But the Redbirds had a far more impressive offseason than the Reds. Trevor Bauer has departed, and there is also a considerable gap at the shortstop position. All told, 2021 may go down in Reds’ history as a blown opportunity.

Cincinnati Reds at a Glance

Manager: David Bell

Home Stadium: Great American Ballpark

World Series Championships: 5 ( Last, 1990 )

League Pennants: 9 ( Last, 1990 )

Division Titles: 10 ( Last, 2012 )

Odds to Win World Series: +4800 (March 2021)

Odds to Win National League Pennant: +2450 (March 2021)

2021 Season Preview

The 2020 Cincinnati Reds finished 31-29 with 26-32-2 under the total. The Reds tied St. Louis for second place in the National League Central behind the first place Cubs. MLB metrics showed Cincinnati at 28th for run production, 30th for batting average, 19th for OPS, 7th for home runs, 12th for stolen bases, and 5th best for fewest errors committed. On the hill, the Reds ranked 8th for earned run average, 5th for WHIP, 4th for quality starts, and 17th for the bullpen.

The Reds will begin the 2021 season ranked 17th for team payroll. The refusal to be more engaged in the offseason was a major turnoff to fans and gamblers alike. That is especially pronounced when compared to how hard the Cardinals worked to improve themselves.

Third-year manager David Bell deserves credit for ending the Reds playoff drought but faces a much tougher season in 2021 with fewer assets to draw upon.

Third baseman Eugenio Suarez is the top asset in the batting order. Suarez is slated to hit cleanup in 2021. He was a 2018 NL All-Star. Suarez is coming off a steep decline in 2020 that most attribute to the pandemic. Suarez dropped from a .930 OPS in 2019 to .781 last year. He did hit 15 home runs and 57 games to go with 38 runs batted in.

First baseman Joey Votto, age 37, has played his entire career with the Reds. He posted a .800 OPS with 11 home runs in 54 games last season.

2021 Cincinnati Reds Schedule

April 1-4: St. Louis Cardinals

April 5-7: Pittsburgh Pirates

April 9-11: at Arizona Diamondbacks

April 12-14: at San Francisco Giants

April 16-18: Cleveland Indians

April 20-22: Arizona Diamondbacks

April 23-25: at St. Louis Cardinals

April 26-28: at Los Angeles Dodgers

April 30-May 2: Chicago Cubs

May 4-5: Chicago White Sox

May 7-9: at Cleveland Indians

May 10-12: at Pittsburgh Pirates

May 13-16: at Colorado Rockies

May 17-20: San Francisco Giants

May 21-23: Milwaukee Brewers

May 25-27: at Washington Nationals

May 28-30: at Chicago Cubs

May 31-June 2: Philadelphia Phillies

June 3-6: at St. Louis Cardinals

June 8-10: Milwaukee Brewers

June 11-13: Colorado Rockies

June 14-16: at Milwaukee Brewers

June 17-20: at San Diego Padres

June 21-22: at Minnesota Twins

June 24-27: Atlanta Braves

June 29-July 1: San Diego Padres

July 2-4: Chicago Cubs

July 5-7: at Kansas City Royals

July 8-11: at Milwaukee Brewers

July 16-18: Milwaukee Brewers

July 19-21: New York Mets

July 23-25: St. Louis Cardinals

July 26-29: at Chicago Cubs

July 30-August 1: at New York Mets

August 3-4: Minnesota Twins

August 5-8: Pittsburgh Pirates

August 10-12: at Atlanta Braves

August 13-15: at Philadelphia Phillies

August 16-18: Chicago Cubs

August 19-22: Miami Marlins

August 24-26: at Milwaukee Brewers

August 27-29: at Miami Marlins

August 30-September 1: St. Louis Cardinals

September 3-5: Detroit Tigers

September 6-8: at Chicago Cubs

September 10-12: at St. Louis Cardinals

September 14-16: at Pittsburgh Pirates

September 17-19: Los Angeles Dodgers

September 20-22: Pittsburgh Pirates

September 23-26: Washington Nationals

September 28-29: at Chicago White Sox

October 1-3: at Pittsburgh Pirates

Statistics By Year (2010)

YEAR RECORD HOME AWAY MONEY O/U DIVISION FINISH
2020 31-29 16-14 15-15 -365 26-32-2 3rd
2019 75-87 41-40 34-47 -1112 61-93-8 4th
2018 67-95 37-44 30-51 -1,705 78-78-6 5th
2017 68-94 39-42 29-52 -1,592 83-73-6 5th
2016 64-98 34-47 30-51 -3,110 83-73-6 5th
2015 76-86 44-37 32-49 -1,050 71-85-6 4th
2014 90-72 49-32 41-40 -509 76-79-7 3rd
2013 97-65 50-31 48-33 +2,421 79-73-10 1st
2012 79-83 42-39 37-44 -1,359 83-69-10 3rd
2011 91-71 49-32 42-39 +1,535 76-72-14 1st
2010 78-84 40-41 38-43 +408 64-88-8 4th

Year-By-Year History (2010)

YEAR RECORD STANDING POSTSEASON
2020 31-29 3rd Lost NLWC
2019 75-87 4th -
2018 67-95 5th -
2017 68-94 5th -
2016 68-94 5th -
2015 64-98 5th -
2014 76-86 4th -
2013 90-72 3rd Lost NLWC
2012 97-65 1st Lost NLDS
2011 79-83 3rd -
2010 91-71 1st Lost NLDS
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