MLB Betting Cheat Sheet: Too Close for Comfort in the AL East
by Jesse Schule
Here’s a comprehensive look at betting notes for the weekend major-league schedule:
Too Close for Comfort in the AL East
Only one game separates the Yankees, Orioles, Blue Jays and Rays in the American League East. The Yankees host the Rays in a three game set in the Bronx this weekend, and the Rays have lost eight of 10 heading in Thursday’s series finale versus Cleveland. Tampa will get a crack at some struggling Yankees starters though, as Masahiro Tanaka, C.C. Sabathia and Michael Pineda are all coming continue
WNBA Betting Recap
by Joe Williams
League Betting Notes (from Monday, June 22 through Sunday, June 28)
— Favorites went 11-2 straight up
— Underdogs went 8-5 against the spread (ATS)
— Home teams posted a 11-2 SU record
— Home teams posted a 7-6 ATS record
— The ‘over’ went 8-5
Team Betting Notes
— Tulsa (8-1) picked up its eighth straight victory Sunday against Seattle (2-7), but the Storm was able to hang on for the cover. The non-cover was the first for the Shock (8-1 ATS) this season.
— New York (5-4) got back on track at home with a nine-point win and cover against Los continue
July MLB Pitchers Report
By Marc Lawrence
Fireworks and the MLB All-Star game signal the month of July. It also signifies the start of the 2nd half of the MLB campaign. The key to each and every team’s fortune lies on the pitching staff. Can they sustain or will they unravel like a cheap suit? Stay tuned. What we do know is certain pitchers love hurling this time of the season while others tend to get lit up like a roman candle on the 4th of July.
Listed below are hurlers that have enjoyed a two-to-one or better success ratio in team-starts continue
Five To Follow MLB Betting: Tuesday, June 30, 2015 Opening Line Report
by Alan Matthews
Are you a fan of the Home Run Derby at the All-Star Game? I think it has gotten stale, but it’s also all that goes on that Monday in the sports world. Apparently baseball wanted to spice things up for the Derby as new rules have been unveiled, and I rather like it. It’s no longer American League vs. NL batters. It’s just a single-elimination eight-player field bracket-style. The players will be seeded based upon regular-season home runs through July 7, although not necessarily the top continue
Wimbledon Betting Preview: “Men to Watch”
By Winafy Tennis
Novak Djokovic, last year’s Wimbledon champ, is the favorite here once again and deservedly so. The Serb ace is in blistering form and looks to capture his third title in five years at the All England Club.
Expert, Winafy Tennis, breaks down the men’s side by taking a look at the favorite, an underdog to watch and a live longshot for the 2015 Championships.
Note: Preview was written prior to the draw, which takes place Friday, June 26.
‘Favorite': Novak Djokovic (+150)
Djokovic has won two of the last four Wimbledon’s and the odds are he continue