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Cincinnati Reds at Colorado Rockies Betting Pick

The Cincinnati Reds and Colorado Rockies are set to meet up on Monday in a National League affair. The Cincinnati Reds are 26-33 on the season, and last place in the divisional standings. The Reds are coming off a road win at the Chicago Cubs. Cincinnati won the series two out of three at Wrigley.

For the Colorado Rockies, they are also last place. The Rockies come into the game with a 21-37 record on the season. Colorado lost on Sunday to the Los Angeles Dodgers on the road in Los Angeles.

The Cincinnati Reds are -135 on the road at the Colorado Rockies in this game.

Cincinnati Reds

The Reds are coming off a series where they outscored the Cubs 15-13 and won two out of three games. Cincinnati scored 5 in each game. That helped the offense, but they are still scoring just 4.1 runs per game. That ranks 21st in all of Major League Baseball. Cincinnati has a team batting average of .218.

The Reds are led by Jake Fraley, who is hitting .278 on the season. The power supply for the Reds has come from Elly De La Cruz, with 9 homeruns. SPencer Steer leads the team with 13 doubles as well. De La Cruz also leads all National League players in stolen bases, with 32.

Andrew Abbott is going to get the start for the Cincinnati Reds. Abbott is 3-5 on the season, with a 3.29 earned run average. Abbott has thrown 63 innings, and struck out 46 batters, while walking 17. His last start was on May 28th, where he went six innings, and allowed 7 hits and 6 runs.

Colorado Rockies

Ryan Feltner will start for Colorado in this game. Feltner is 1-4 on hte season with a 5.46 earned run average. The right hander has thrown 59.1 innings, and struck out 49 batters, while walking 18. His last start was May 28th at home against Cleveland. This will be his 11th start of the season.

Colorado picked up just five hits in the loss on Sunday. Austin Gomber went just three innings in the game as well. The Colorado offense is right in the middle of the pack in most offensive categories. The Rockies have clubbed 49 homeruns, which is 26th in Major League Baseball.

The top offensive threats for Colorado this season have been Eqequail Tover, with a .302 average and Ryan McMahon at .282.  McMahon is the top power guy with 10 homeruns on the season.

Reds Top Rockies

We like Andrew Abbott in this game. The youngster has nasty stuff, and should be able to keep the Colorado offense off balance. The Reds score enough to get ahead, and stay ahead, and win this game over Colorado. Our final bet for this game on Monday is the Cincinnati Reds -135 over the Colorado Rockies. Enjoy the game!

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