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After winning a huge series against the Minnesota Twins, the Cleveland Guardians (39-34) have another major test coming into town this weekend as they host the New York Yankees (56-21). Their three-game series will start on Friday at Progressive Field with first pitch scheduled for 7:10 p.m.
The Atlanta Braves will travel to Cincinnati to take on the Reds at Great American Ballpark on Friday night at 6:40 p.m. The Reds are coming off a series loss to the Chicago Cubs where they lost two out of three during this week. The Braves won two out of three against the Philadelphia Phillies.
After winning in dramatic come-from-behind fashion on Wednesday, the Cleveland Guardians will look for the series win as they host the Minnesota Twins on Thursday. Here's our June 30 Guardians Betting Preview and Picks.
On Wednesday, the Minnesota Twins (43-34) and Cleveland Guardians (37-34) will square off for the fourth of a five-game set. The Guardians will host this one at Progressive Field with first pitch scheduled for 7:10 pm ET.
After winning seven series in a row, the Cleveland Guardians (36-33) have turned ice cold as they have lost five consecutive games. Here's our Twins vs. Cleveland Guardians June 28 Doubleheader Betting Preview.
The Cincinnati Reds will travel to Wrigley Field to take on the Chicago Cubs for a three games series starting Tuesday night at 8:05 pm EST. Game two and three will be played at the same time on Wednesday and Thursday.
Monday starts a five-game series between the top two teams in the AL Central as the Minnesota Twins (41-33) take on the Cleveland Guardians (36-32). Here's our June 27th Twins vs. Guardians betting preview.
After having their streak of seven series wins snapped, the Cleveland Guardians (36-31) will be looking to salvage the finale of their series with the Boston Red Sox (41-31) on Sunday.
The Cincinnati Reds will go on the road to face the San Francisco Giants after getting swept in their second straight series. Here's our Reds vs. Giants Betting Preview.
Separated by just under 250 miles, the Cleveland Guardians and Cincinnati Reds are two historic teams in major league baseball but currently sit in completely different situations.