Milwaukee Brewers vs. Cincinnati Reds Odds & Pick: September 1st 2010

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Milwaukee Brewers vs. Cincinnati Reds Odds & Pick: September 1st 2010

Milwaukee Brewers vs. Cincinnati Reds
Pick: Cincinnati Reds -173 odds
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At 7:10 pm, our complimentary selection is on the Cincinnati Reds over the Milwaukee Brewers. The only person happier to see Johnny Cueto’s last outing than the manager of coaches of the Reds was probably Cueto himself. The hard-throwing righthander has a history (albeit a short one) of 2nd half meltdowns like in 2009 when he went 3-5; 5.81 after going 8-6; 3.62 prior to the break and similarly in his rookie season when he had two wins after the break as compared to seven prior. So imagine how thrilled the Reds must be that, after back to back poor efforts on August 10 and 21 (making it three out four starts that were sub-par), Cueto came out in his last outing on August 27, and threw a gem - eight innings with one run on six hits with eight strikeouts and no walks - against the Cubs at home. Now he can make it two in a row and really put some demons and doubts behind him as his team will need him to be sharp in this last month of the season with the NL Central race likely coming down to the wire. He’s in a great position to do just that as Cincy has been absolutely dominant against the Brewers lately, taking eight of the last nine contests heading into this series. And his team is facing a lefthander in Chris Narveson who, despite a winning record (10-7) has really struggled keeping men off the basepaths this season which has resulted in a career-worst 5.52 ERA heading into this, his 23rd start of the season. Take the Reds. As always, good luck…Al McMordie. Get more baseball betting picks from Al at

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