Red Sox Favored Over Yankees In Sunday Night Baseball Action

August 7, 2011 – By Scott     Heading into the weekend series between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees a lot was riding on this three game set.  The top two teams in the American League were tied for first in the AL East and after the series one of these two … Read more

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New York Yankees Favored Over Boston Red Sox Saturday

August 6, 2011 – By Scott     The New York Yankees began their weekend series with Boston tied for a share of the lead in the AL East.  But, taking sole possession of first place might seem a little far fetched as they had lost seven in a row to their rivals.   However, … Read more

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Yankees Favored Over Cubs In Sunday Night Baseball Action

 June 19, 2011 – By Scott The Chicago Cubs and New York Yankees will conclude their weekend interleague series as they headline Sunday Night Baseball. The Cubs and Yankees have split the first two games in the weekend series and Sunday night’s matchup will begin at 8:00 ET on ESPN. The Cubs took Game 1 … Read more

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Yankees Favored Over Red Sox In Sunday Night Baseball Matchup

April 10, 2011 – By Scott The Boston Red Sox got out of their six game slump to start the 2011 MLB season on Friday taking the first game in their series with the New York Yankees. Unfortunately, the Red Sox lost for the seventh time in 8 games Saturday as the Yankees offensive explosion … Read more

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Sports Betting By The Numbers: October 20th, 2010

October 20th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross 30- The number of teams that have controlled a 3-1 series lead in a League Championship series in the MB Playoffs since it switched to a seven-game format.  Of those, 24 have gone on to win the pennant and make a World Series appearance. That is exactly the position … Read more

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Daisuke Matsuzaka Feeling Good & Looking Better After Simulated Game

April 2nd, 2010 – by Cory Daisuke Matsuzaka talked about his simulated game on Monday. He said, “Compared to my last outing, I felt that I was able to get more on every pitch, more consistently, and I definitely think that it was a step forward.” Matsuzaka only started 12 games in 2009. The 29 … Read more

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