Cincinnati Reds vs. New York Yankees July 12 Betting Odds, Preview, & Picks

Cincinnati Reds vs. New York Yankees July 12 Betting Odds, Preview, & Picks

Tyler Vaysman
1 year ago
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Reds starting pitcher Graham Ashcraft throws a pitch against the Mets

The Cincinnati Reds will travel to New York to take on the Yankees on Tuesday night at 7:05 pm EST.

The Reds are coming off a surprising series sweep against the highly talented Tampa Bay Rays. They won the first game 2-1, second one 5-4, and the third one with a high scoring 10-5 game.

The Yankees are coming off a split in their four-game series against their big rivals, the Boston Red Sox. They were able to take the first two games but dropped the last two to tie up the series. New York is 5-5 in the last ten games compared to the Reds, who are 6-4 after their impressive sweep this past weekend.

Let’s look ahead at this interleague matchup between the Cincinnati Reds and the New York Yankees in the Bronx on Tuesday night.

Reds vs. Yankees July 12 Odds

The Yankees are the strong favorite in Tuesday’s matchup, with the Yankees having odds of -140 at -1.5. The Reds, at +1.5, have odds of +120 to cover at that spread. For the moneyline, the Reds have odds of +255 compared to the Yankees, who have odds of -300 to win the game.

The over/under for the game is set at eight total runs with odds of -120 and +100 to bet the over and the under, respectively.

The Reds have been slightly worse on the road than at home this season, with a record of 12-26 away from Cincinnati. The Yankees have a record of 34-9 at home this season.

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Expected Pitching Matchup

Graham Ashcraft will take on the tall task for the Reds in game one of the series against the potent Yankees’ offense.

He is 4-2 on the season with a 4.35 ERA and 29 strikeouts. Gerrit Cole will take the mound for the Yankees with an 8-2 record on the year with an ERA of 3.26 and 124 strikeouts.

Ashcraft picked up a no decision in his last outing against the New York Mets, where he went six innings, giving up two runs on ten hits but only striking out one in that contest.

Cole has been awarded two games in a row, including a win this past weekend against the Red Sox. He pitched six innings in that contest giving up five runs on five hits. The New York offensive game helped him greatly in that game.

Betting Pick

The Reds turned some heads with their series sweep against the Rays, but it is hard to think that they will be able to put it together against a very talented Yankees’ team. With single digits losses on the season at home, the Yankees show that they protect their home-field advantage.

I am rolling with the Yankees in game one and think that they will win all three. The Reds may be able to sneak one against New York, but I wouldn’t bet on it. Cincinnati doesn’t play well on the road, and they have never played a team as talented as the Yankees.

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