Two struggling offenses take the field in the late night game as the Cincinnati Reds will continue their west coast trip when they take on the San Diego Padres in a Major League Baseball game on Tuesday night. The Reds and Padres get things started from Petco Park in San Diego at 10:10PM Eastern Time and you can watch all of the action on the MLB Extra Innings channel. Check the latest MLB betting odds at Bovada sportsbook.
The MLB odds from this contest have the road side Cincinnati Reds favored by -153 odds with the return on the home underdog San Diego Padres at +138 odds. The run total is lined at 7 runs with over favored by -120 odds and the under seven runs returning +100 odds. Those wagering the run line with the Cincinnati Reds and lay the -1 ½ runs will get back +105 odds. Bettors who want to take the +1 ½ runs with the San Diego Padres will have to lay -125 odds for their run line wager.
The pitching matchup scheduled for game two of this series will feature Reds right hander Mat Latos as he opposes Padres right hander Edinson Volquez. Both pitchers will be facing down offenses on Tuesday. Cincinnati has scored one run or less in four straight games. The Padres has pushed across two runs or less in three of four games. Tonight’s game will be played in a very pitcher friendly park in San Diego where see many low scoring games. Game one of this series was played on Monday and it was the San Diego Padres scoring the 1-0 home win against the Reds as a +128 betting underdog. In their four game series played at San Diego a season ago the games went under in three of four games and in those three under games no more than six runs were scored.
A check of the standings and we find Cincinnati sitting in third place in the NL Central division with a 59-48 record. The Padres are going through another down season 49-58 mark on the 2013 year. At home San Diego hits just .230 on the season and can’t hit neither left hander or right handed pitchers.
With our free MLB pick for Tuesday we will play on the Cincinnati Reds and San Diego Padres to play under the total of seven runs at online sports books.