Sportsbooks For Cincinnati Reds

The Cincinnati Reds, often called “Big Red Machine,” are five-time winners of the World Series, although their last title was way back in 1990. However, they did receive a National League Pennant in 2012, the third in their history. Since securing that NL Pennant, the Cincinnati Reds have endured a trio of poor seasons in the ballpark. Six consecutive losses to close out the 2013 season resulting in then-coach Dusty Baker losing his job, but his replacement, Bryan Price, has not faired much better since. [+]

2015 was, in particular, very disappointing with the Reds finishing with a 64-98 record, the second worst record in the league and Cincinnati’s worse finish since 1982.

This season could be even tougher as home run derby champion Todd Frazier was traded to the Chicago White Sox, and Ardoldis Chapman, a closing pitcher, now plays for the New York Yankees.

You will find preseason odds of +8000 on the Reds winning the World Series, and around +6600 on them topping the National League Central.

Who Do The Cincinnati Reds Play Next

Knowing who the Cincinnati Reds play next is the first thing you should be looking for if you are looking to place an MLB bet this season. Knowing the Reds’ next opponent gives you chance to research form, and betting odds before placing your wagers.


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Cincinnati Reds Game Schedule

Are the Cincinnati Reds facing a run of tough fixtures, or do they have an easier ride than average? Planning games with the Cincinnati Reds game schedule is super easy. [+]

Look out for the games versus the Pittsburgh Pirates and the St Louis Cardinals because these teams are considered to be Cincinnati’s biggest rivals.

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Cincinnati Reds Standings Today

You simply have to know where each MLB team stands in the league before even considering to place a wager. Have a look below to see the Cincinnati Reds standings. 

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Can the Cincinnati Reds Return to Winning Ways in 2016?

After a dreadful 2015 season, fans of the Cincinnati Reds are hoping that 2016 brings them more joy.

Losing star pitchers Mike Leake and Johnny Cueto in 2015 had a massive effect on the Reds’ results and only time will tell how costly the trades of Todd Frazier and Ardoldis will be.