The Cincinnati Reds will be facing off against the New York Mets on Sunday at 1:40 PM ET at Citi Field. Fans can watch the game signing up for Fubo and making sure not to miss any of the action this season. Betting enthusiasts can also check out the latest odds and place their bets with BetMGM Sportsbook using the bonus code “GNPLAY” for special offers.
In terms of batting and pitching performance, the Reds have hit 174 homers this season, ranking 16th in the league. Their slugging percentage stands at .412, placing them at 15th in MLB. The team’s batting average is at .248, ranking 16th in the league. They have scored 706 runs this season, making them the 10th-highest scoring team in baseball. The Reds also have the 12th-ranked on-base percentage in MLB with .325. However, they rank 26th in strikeouts per game with an average of 9.3, and their pitchers have a combined ERA of 4.71, which puts them at 23rd in MLB.
Taking the mound for the Reds as the probable starting pitcher is Brandon Williamson, who will be making his 21st start of the season. In his last start, he gave up five earned runs on seven hits in a matchup with the Detroit Tigers. Williamson has earned a quality start in six out of 20 starts this season and has finished two games without allowing an earned run.
Looking at the Reds’ recent schedule, they secured a win against the Tigers on September 12th and 13th, but suffered a loss on the 14th. They then went on to win their two games against the Mets on September 15th and 16th.
Make sure to tune in to this exciting matchup between the Reds and the Mets to see how it plays out!
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– Batting average: the average number of hits per at-bat in baseball.
– Quality start: when a starting pitcher completes at least six innings while giving up three or fewer earned runs.
– Slugging percentage: a measure of a player’s ability to hit for extra bases.
– On-base percentage: the percentage of plate appearances that result in a player reaching base.
– Earned run average (ERA): the average number of earned runs a pitcher allows per nine innings.
– WHIP (walks plus hits per inning pitched): a measure of a pitcher’s ability to prevent baserunners.