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Reds Odds 2023 | Best Reds Spreads, Props, & More

Last Updated: Mar 6, 2023

Let’s not sugarcoat it. The Cincinnati Reds are one of the worst teams in baseball.

In 2022, the Reds finished with a 62-100 record (tied for last in the NL Central) while trading away ace starting pitcher Luis Castillo to the Seattle Mariners.

Cincinnati has an intriguing young core led by Jonathan India, Tyler Stephenson, Hunter Greene, and Nick Lodolo, but they are likely several years away from serious contention.

Here are our best bets for the Cincinnati Reds in 2023.

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Cincinnati Reds Top Betting Odds 2023

Cincinnati Reds MLB betting odds are current as of March 3, 2023, from BetMGM Sportsbook.

  • World Series Winners (+20000)
  • Win National League pennant (+10000)
  • Win NL Central (+6500)
  • Total Wins: Over 66 (-110) Under 66 (-110)

The Reds will not be a team you can jump into too many futures markets with due to their abysmal outlook.

However, they have some intriguing players that could be worth taking a shot at in the props market.


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Cincinnati Reds Futures Bets 2023

Cincinnati Reds Under 66 Wins (-110) | Caesars Sportsbook

The 2022 Reds were only able to secure 62 wins last season, in addition to being an abysmal team to watch.

Unfortunately, things are looking no better for their 2023 campaign. Despite having several exciting players in their minor league system, like Elly De La Cruz and Noelvi Marte, this team is far away from contention.

Cincinnati will be without their former ace Luis Castillo for the entire season after trading him at the 2022 trade deadline. However, they do have a pair of promising arms in Greene and Lodolo.

We may see some flashes of excitement this year from the Reds, but I doubt it will translate into many wins.

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Cincinnati Reds Player Prop Bets 2023

Hunter Greene: MLB Strikeouts Leader (+2500) | Caesars Sportsbook

WAGER: 1 Unit

This is undoubtedly a long shot, but an enjoyable one.

After striking out 164 batters in just 125 ⅔ innings during his rookie season, Greene is an intriguing candidate to lead MLB in strikeouts.

The 23-year-old had his fair share of hiccups in 2022, but he showcased brilliance at times, posting a 3.64 xFIP.

This wager is likely a year (or two) premature, but at +2500, it could be an exciting risk to add to your betting portfolio this offseason.

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How to Bet Cincinnati Reds Moneylines

Moneyline bets are a simple way of wagering on MLB games. All you need to do is pick the winner of the game, and you’ll win your bet.

The odds are quite easy to understand, too. For example, if the Reds are a (-200) favorite, you would have to bet $20 to win $10. If they’re a (+200) underdog, you can win $20 off a $10 bet.

These odds will change every day depending upon the Reds’ matchup, so there’s always an opportunity for value every step of the way.

How to Bet Cincinnati Reds Run Line

Run Line betting is another common way to bet on MLB games, and you’re probably already familiar with it. You may know it as how much a team is “picked by" to win.

If the Reds are 1.5 run favorites over the Pirates, the Run Line would look something like this: Reds -1.5 (-200) vs Pirates+1.5 (+200).

In this scenario, the Reds would have to win by more than one run to cash your bet.

How to Bet Cincinnati Reds Over/Unders

If you’re unsure about the Reds’ moneyline or run line on a given day, you can still place a bet on the Over/Under — or total — in the matchup.

Sportsbooks will set a line for how many combined runs they project will be scored. From there, you can bet on the Over or Under.

For example, if you believe in the Reds’ offense and think it’ll be a high-scoring game, then you’ll want to take the Over. However, if it’s supposed to be more of a pitcher’s duel, you should go with the Under.

Author

Matt Williams

Matt Williams is the Lead MLB Editor for The Game Day, formerly of The Athletic and NBC Sports. Matt is the former host of the Turn Two Podcast and champion of both Tout Wars and the Kings Classic fantasy expert leagues. He has been nominated for an FSWA award and is known for his analytical breakdown threads on Twitter.

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