Indians Vs. Reds Preview: Cleveland Looking For Revenge In Game Two

The Cleveland Indians haven't won two-straight games since taking two from the AL Central rival Detroit Tigers on June 5 and June 6. They've no chance in doing it in game two against the Cincinnati Reds as they fell in game one by a score of 7-1. It was a poor performance all around, and the Indians will try and get back in the driver's seat with a win on Wednesday.

Joey Votto had three runs batted in, including a two-run homerun in the seventh inning of game one that started the bleeding, as the Reds piled on another three runs in the eighth inning, including a single to left field by Votto that scored C Heisey.

Game two will see Mat Latos take the mound for Cincinnati as they try and go up two games in the series. He's 4-2 with a 4.85 earned run average. His last outing was a no-decision after pitching just-over six innings with three runs earned. Derek Lowe will pitch for Cleveland to counter, but he's coming off a much tougher outing.

He went five innings in a loss - also against the Tigers - and was shelled for seven runs on June 7. He's 7-4 on the season with a 3.72 ERA. Cleveland had previously won six-straight games against the Reds prior to the loss in game one.

For more on the Cleveland Indians, check out Let's Go Tribe. You can also head over to SB Nation's main MLB hub at Baseball Nation.

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