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Major League Baseball Top Exposure April 16: Brewers

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Published on:
Apr/16/2018

The Milwaukee Brewers were seeing 80% of the bets come in against the Cincinnati Reds Monday evening but the books continued to encourage that action by moving the line down from Milwaukee -140 all the way down to -125 at some places.

The Reds should win here.

Cincinnati, winners of just two games thus far this season, have split wins and losses with Milwaukee over their last ten games.

The Reds RH Luis Castillo (0-2, 7.31 ERA) permitted season-low totals in runs (three) and hits (five) while failing to walk a batter in his last outing.

Aside from two players, Castillo has limited the remainder of the Brewers' roster to going 3-for-30 with 12 strikeouts while posting a 1-0 mark with a 1.98 ERA in two encounters versus the club last season.

This is called living dangerously folks but we really believe in the Reds this evening.

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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