Series starts Friday, July 11 - Sunday, July 13

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MLB Odds: Cincinnati-Pittsburgh Clash Displays Central Depth

While the Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals get much of the credit for NL Central divisionís prestige, theyíre not the only clubs capable of dealing damage in 2014. This weekend both the Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates will collide, showing what the other contenders are made of.

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The Cincinnati Reds are 25/1 to win the World Series. Thatís not bad for a team that, on paper, isnít even second in its own division. Ranked third behind the aforementioned Brewers and Cardinals, the Reds are still a solid contender in a competitive division.

Trailing division leader Milwaukee by just 2.5 games, anything can happen for Cincinnati. This weekend theyíll face a test with the Pirates who sit just two games behind them. With four contenders separated by a total of 4.5 games, and two wild card berths available in the National League, there will be a heated race down the stretch.

Naturally, both critics and MLB betting experts alike will be eager to see Pittsburgh and Cincinnati in action against one another. Think you know how the NL Central will unfold?

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MLB Odds: Reds, Pirates Collide in Grueling NL Central Battle

Just 4.5 games separate the top team in the NL Central from the fourth-place team. Itís no wonder the MLB betting community finds this division tricky to peg. This weekend, the third-place Cincinnati Reds will look for a couple of meaningful wins against the Pittsburgh Pirates, who trail them in the standings.

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While the Buccos trail Cincinnati in the standings by two games, they are still 33/1 to win the World Series, and thatís not bad for a team sitting fourth in their division. The Reds, in contrast, are 25/1 to win the World Series.

Could the early July matchup be indicative of what fans can expect in the NL Central down the stretch? Tune in and find out.

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MLB Betting: Reds and Pirates Show Why NL Central is Baseballís Deepest Division

The NL Central is the deepest division in baseball. To see why, look no further than this weekendís clash between the Cincinnati Reds and the Pittsburgh Pirates. Though both teams remain above .500, they sit in just third and fourth place in their division standings. Whatís more, the Reds are 25/1 to win the World Series, and the Buccos trail at 33/1. Thatís not bad for two teams still outside of the playoff picture.

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The Cincinnati Reds have started to heat up, reminding baseball fans of the NL Central Divisionís dominance. The Reds are 25/1 to win the World Series and will try their luck against their rival the Pittsburgh Pirates (33/1). Think you know how the clash will unfold?

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Raise your game.

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The Pittsburgh Pirates are the fourth-place team in the NL Central, yet they still manage to boast a plus-.500 record. If that doesnít prove that their division is the toughest in baseball, we donít know what will.

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Raise your game.

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Is the NL Central the best division in baseball? Take a look for yourself when the third-place Reds (25/1 to win the World Series) collide with the Pirates (33/1) this weekend.

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Raise your game.

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<p><em>Series starts Friday, July 11 - Sunday, July 13</em> </p>
<p>Write-up (200 words) </p>
<p><strong>MLB Odds: Cincinnati-Pittsburgh Clash Displays Central Depth</strong><strong></strong></p>
<p>While the Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals get much of the credit for NL Central divisionís prestige, theyíre not the only clubs capable of dealing damage in 2014. This weekend both the Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates will collide, showing what the other contenders are made of. </p>
<p class="style1">Bet on baseball at Bovada and get a free 50% bonus. </p>
<p>The Cincinnati Reds are 25/1 to win the World Series. Thatís not bad for a team that, on paper, isnít even second in its own division. Ranked third behind the aforementioned Brewers and Cardinals, the Reds are still a solid contender in a competitive division. </p>
<p>Trailing division leader Milwaukee by just 2.5 games, anything can happen for Cincinnati. This weekend theyíll face a test with the Pirates who sit just two games behind them. With four contenders separated by a total of 4.5 games, and two wild card berths available in the National League, there will be a heated race down the stretch. </p>
<p>Naturally, both critics and MLB betting experts alike will be eager to see Pittsburgh and Cincinnati in action against one another. Think you know how the NL Central will unfold? </p>
<p class="style1">Get your baseball odds at Bovada today. </p>
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<p>Write-up (100 words) </p>
<p><strong>MLB Odds: Reds, Pirates Collide in Grueling NL Central Battle</strong> </p>
<p>Just 4.5 games separate the top team in the NL Central from the fourth-place team. Itís no wonder the MLB betting community finds this division tricky to peg. This weekend, the third-place Cincinnati Reds will look for a couple of meaningful wins against the Pittsburgh Pirates, who trail them in the standings.</p>
<p class="style1"><strong>Bet on baseball at Bovada and get a free 50% bonus.</strong> </p>
<p>While the Buccos trail Cincinnati in the standings by two games, they are still 33/1 to win the World Series, and thatís not bad for a team sitting fourth in their division. The Reds, in contrast, are 25/1 to win the World Series. </p>
<p>Could the early July matchup be indicative of what fans can expect in the NL Central down the stretch? Tune in and find out. </p>
<p class="style1"><strong>Get your baseball odds at Bovada today.</strong> </p>
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<p>Write-up (50 words) </p>
<p><strong>MLB Betting: Reds and Pirates Show Why NL Central is Baseball</strong><strong>í</strong><strong>s Deepest Division</strong> </p>
<p>The NL Central is the deepest division in baseball. To see why, look no further than this weekendís clash between the Cincinnati Reds and the Pittsburgh Pirates. Though both teams remain above .500, they sit in just third and fourth place in their division standings. Whatís more, the Reds are 25/1 to win the World Series, and the Buccos trail at 33/1. Thatís not bad for two teams still outside of the playoff picture. </p>
<p class="style1"><strong>Get your baseball odds at Bovada today.</strong> </p>
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<p>The Cincinnati Reds have started to heat up, reminding baseball fans of the NL Central Divisionís dominance. The Reds are 25/1 to win the World Series and will try their luck against their rival the Pittsburgh Pirates (33/1). Think you know how the clash will unfold? </p>
<p><span class="style1"><strong>Get your baseball odds at Bovada today.</strong> <br />
<strong>Raise your game.</strong></span> </p>
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<p>The Pittsburgh Pirates are the fourth-place team in the NL Central, yet they still manage to boast a plus-.500 record. If that doesnít prove that their division is the toughest in baseball, we donít know what will. </p>
<p><span class="style1"><strong>Get your baseball odds at Bovada today.</strong> <br />
<strong>Raise your game.</strong></span> </p>
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<p>Is the NL Central the best division in baseball? Take a look for yourself when the third-place Reds (25/1 to win the World Series) collide with the Pirates (33/1) this weekend. </p>
<p><span class="style1"><strong>Get your baseball odds at Bovada today.</strong> <br />
<strong>Raise your game.</strong></span> </p>
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