AB’s The Brink : All Things Brazil with Cachaca

AB's The Brink : All Things Brazil with Cachaca

Big day for Brazil today as they step forward to the next stage of COPA 2015.  Peru ...

AB’s The Brink : Shortage of Prosecco Plus Womens World Cup Future Fade

AB's The Brink : Shortage of Prosecco Plus Womens World Cup Future Fade

Today we look at a shortfall in a product that men would consider somewhat fancy dancy.  It ...

Spice of Life Pushed Too Far on River Plate Players : Pepper Spray Attack

Spice of Life Pushed Too Far on River Plate Players : Pepper Spray Attack

Whether it was a "lone gunman" or a more coordinated attack, something nefarious happened down in Argentina ...

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by WINNERS_ONLY   Five To Follow MLB Betting: Thursday, July 30, 2015 Opening Line Report by Alan Matthews Maybe Friday’s trade deadline day will be rather quiet! All the big names could be gone by then. There were two more deals Tuesday, with Kansas City acquiring Mr. Super Utility Ben Zobrist from Oakland for two minor-league pitchers. Zobrist will likely play left field (until Alex Gordon returns from injury) and second base with K.C. After adding Johnny Cueto, I think the Royals are done now as they have weakened their farm system but are clearly going all in. Washington beefed up its bullpen by continue
by WINNERS_ONLY   Five To Follow MLB Betting: Wednesday, July 29, 2015 Opening Line Report by Alan Matthews Very interesting but also somewhat puzzling trade late on Monday night as Colorado sent franchise icon and shortstop Troy Tulowitzki along with veteran reliever LaTroy Hawkins to Toronto for shortstop Jose Reyes and three young pitchers. Now, is Tulowitzki a better player than Reyes? He is, but the Blue Jays already had the best offense in the majors and badly need to add a starting pitcher. Obviously, this doesn’t help there. Plus, Tulowitzki, 30, is still owed $113.7 million through 2020, and his numbers no doubt continue
by WINNERS_ONLY   Five To Follow MLB Betting: Tuesday, July 28, 2015 Opening Line Report by Alan Matthews Love the trade over the weekend in Kansas City landing Reds ace Johnny Cueto for three prospects. You don’t get many chances to win a World Series as a small-market club, and the Royals haven’t since 1985. Now they have a No. 1 to open any playoff series. Cueto is a better pitcher than last year’s Royals ace, James Shields, was. The Royals’ starters are last in the AL in innings per start, so Cueto’s average start of 6.9 innings will help get to Kansas continue
by WINNERS_ONLY Game of the Day: Royals at Indians Kansas City Royals at Cleveland Indians (-111, 7.5) While the Cleveland Indians set up to sell at Friday’s trade deadline following a disappointing weekend, the Kansas City Royals got a jump on the market. The Royals will welcome Johnny Cueto to the bench when they visit the Indians for the start of a three-game series on Monday. Kansas City’s starters own a 4.26 ERA and the team was in the market for another starter to take some of the pressure off the shut-down bullpen after Jason Vargas went down for the season with an elbow continue
by WINNERS_ONLY   Five To Follow MLB Betting: Sunday, July 26, 2015 Opening Line Report by Alan Matthews When is Major League Baseball going to step in and force the current Mets ownership to sell? It did that with former Dodgers owner Frank McCourt, and look at where that franchise is now. It’s thriving and has the highest payroll in the game. The Mets spend like a small-market team. Yet this week, Commissioner Rob Manfred offered an endorsement of the penny-pinching owners: “I’ve known both Fred and Jeff Wilpon a very long time,” he said. “I know they are absolutely committed to winning continue

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