Oddsmakers Form Betting Odds With Albert Pujols Going To L.A Angels

The American League just added a three-time National League MVP on Thursday with the Los Angeles Angels signing free agent first baseman Albert Pujols, formerly of the St. Louis Cardinals. Pujols reportedly agreed to a 10-year, $250 million deal. That would put him at age 41 by the completion of the contract. “This is a … Read more

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Pittsburgh Pirates: The Surprise Of MLB This Season, Creeping Up World Series Odds

July 20th, 2011 – By Bryan Cross The surprise in the 2011 MLB Season thus far has no doubt been the team currently atop the standings in the National League Central Division, but the Pittsburgh Pirates continue to press forward in making a push for the post-season for the first time in two decades. The … Read more

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2011 MLB Season-Start Continues, Red Sox, Phillies Open Up

April 1st, 2011- By Bryan Cross Opening Day in the 2011 Major League Baseball season got underway yesterday, as 12 teams played six games, including several exciting finishes. Most notably, Ramon Hernandez of the Cincinnati Reds connected on a three-run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to propel the Reds to a … Read more

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Sports Betting By The Numbers: October 21st, 2010

October 21st, 2010- ┬áBy Bryan Cross 13- The number of hits that the Texas Rangers got in Game 5 of the ALCS match up in the MLB Playoffs with the New york Yankees. ┬áDespite the production in hits, the Rangers still lost the game 7-2, and now lead the series 3-2, with Game 6 back … Read more

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NL West Race Causing Shake-Up In MLB Wild Card Prop Betting

Sept. 11 , 2010 – John Ritter After an exhausting week which included the cap of a season-high 10-game losing streak and an ill-timed four-game series with the San Francisco Giants, the San Diego Padres are back atop the National League West. The Padres scored a run in the bottom of the third, held San … Read more

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Josh Hamilton May Be Sidelined Longer Than Expected

Sept. 5th, 2010 – John Ritter A full-speed collision into the centerfield wall will likely keep Josh Hamilton out of the Texas Rangers’ lineup longer than originally thought. Manager Ron Washington told reporters on Saturday that the All-Star would likely be sidelined for two or three days, but on Sunday, the news became more grim. … Read more

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Texas Rangers Lose Josh Hamilton, Elvis Andrus To Injury

September 4th, 2010 – John Ritter Saturday was a bad day to be a Texas Ranger. Still leading the Oakland Athletics by eight games in the American League West, the Rangers lost to the Minnesota Twins, 12-4, and lost starters Josh Hamilton and Elvis Andrus in the process. Hamilton left with sore ribs after crashing … Read more

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Several Players In Close Race For The 2010 National League Rookie Of The Year Award

August 29, 2010- By Jonathan Lowell With the MLB regular season winding down, it’s time to take a look at the rookies that made a difference for their teams last season. MLB sportsbooks have not set odds for rookie of the year, but here are some that would be considered the favorites. Since taking over … Read more

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Brian Fuentes Accepts Set Up Role With Minnesota Twins

August 28, 2010- By Jonathan Lowell With the closer role in any bullpen comes a certain attitude of arrogance. These late-game heroes have a duty to remain confident in close games, and earn their team victories in hard-fought innings. A recent transaction sent Brian Fuentes to the Minnesota Twins as the team makes a push … Read more

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