The Cincinnati Reds (23-45) hope to avoid their seventh straight defeat when they host the Los Angeles Dodgers (42-25) Thursday at 12:35 PM ET. The Dodgers are listed as -280 favorites, while the Reds are +235 underdogs as they try to snap their losing skid. Neither team has named a starting pitcher for the contest.
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Dodgers vs. Reds betting lines
- Favorite: Dodgers (-280)
- Underdog: Reds (+235)
- Over/under: 9.5
Dodgers vs. Reds Betting Insights
- The Dodgers have come away with 44 wins in the 71 contests they have been listed as the favorites in this season.
- Los Angeles has a win-loss record of 1-4 when favored by -280 or better by sportsbooks this year.
- The Dodgers have an implied victory probability of 73.7% according to the moneyline set by oddsmakers for this matchup.
- The Reds have won 34.6% of the games this season they were the moneyline underdog (18-34).
- Cincinnati has played as a moneyline underdog of +235 or longer in just one game this season, which they lost.
- The Reds have an implied moneyline win probability of 29.9% in this contest.
Dodgers vs. Reds Hitting Leaders
- Freddie Freeman has been key for Los Angeles with seven home runs, 42 RBI and a batting average of .302 this season.
- Freeman is 96th in home runs and 22nd in RBI among all hitters in Major League Baseball.
- Trea Turner is a key run producer for Los Angeles with a .307 average, nine homers and 51 RBI.
- Brandon Drury has launched a team-best 14 homers.
- Among all hitters in MLB, Drury ranks 20th in home runs and 53rd in RBI.
- Kyle Farmer has a club-leading 38 runs batted in and .286 batting average.
Dodgers vs. Reds Pitching Rankings
- The Dodgers have a 9.1 K/9 this season as a pitching staff, fifth-best in baseball.
- The Dodgers have a 2.90 ERA as a team, best in baseball.
- Dodgers pitchers have a 1.068 WHIP this season, second-best in the majors.
- The pitching staff for the Reds has a collective 9.0 K/9, the eighth-best in the majors.
- The Reds have the last-ranked team ERA among all league pitching staffs (5.35).
- Pitchers for the Reds combine for the fourth-worst WHIP in baseball (1.416).