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What a series to get to watch as we head into the halfway point of this year’s MLB season. Two teams that started at and have continued to be at the top of the baseball totem pole going head to head. The Cincinnati Reds are currently at the top of their division, while the only reason the Orioles aren’t with their better record is because of the fact that they’re in the best division in baseball. If you’re asking me who’s gonna win I’d have to go with the Orioles, but it’s really anyone’s series.

The Cincinnati Reds seem to be one of the more well-rounded rosters in the league. Jake Fraley, Spencer Steer, and Jonathan India have all gotten to or broken the 10-homerun mark this season. They may not be a top-heavy team like the Yankees with Aaron Judge, but who cares, when you have three guys combining for 32 dingers it doesn’t matter if you have one guy with 20. Oh, and by the way, those three have all broken the 40 RBI stat as well. So not only have they been equally sending balls into orbit, but they are also making plays for the rest of their team. Again, you don’t need a superstar (not saying these guys aren’t just making a point) to win games in the MLB. Just a well-rounded roster with guys who are happy to play team baseball. I hope the Mets and Padres are taking notes here, this is some good stuff. On the other side of things, Center Fielder TJ Friedl has a 100% fielding rate through 63 games played out there. Not saying that’s amazing or anything but, well, not a lot of guys doin that.

The Baltimore Orioles are even better though. Do you remember before when I was gushing about how the Reds play such good team offense because they have three guys with 10 or more ding dongs? Well, the Orioles have four of those guys, and let me take out my reading glasses so I don’t get any of these names wrong. Adley Rutschman has 10, Ryan Mountcastle has 11, Gunnar Henderson has 11, and Anthony Santander has 14. Correct my math if I’m wrong but I feel like four is greater than three. And while the Orioles do have fewer guys with 40+ RBIs, they do have more with 30+, like a lot more. Well, how is their fielding, I hear you asking me through my computer screen. I would like to guess pretty well if they’re 47 and 29, but I’ll double-check just to make sure. Oh yea look at that, Left Fielder Austin Hays has played in 71 games this season and has a 100% fielding percentage. Not too shabby.

The Reds are a great baseball team, but I think the Orioles are just a little bit better. Join Edge Boost now & double your bet instantly!

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Written by Warren Loukota

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