What Bettors Should Know for Tuesday, July 22

1. MLB – There has been a rash of injuries around baseball, including several involving star players: #MLB #Rangers – Alex Rios, Ankle – is doubtful Tuesday (7/22) at New York Yankees — SportsInsights.com (@SportsInsights) July 22, 2014 #MLB #Dodgers – Yasiel Puig, Hand – is questionable Tuesday (7/22) at Pittsburgh — SportsInsights.com (@SportsInsights) July…

2014 AL and NL MVP Odds

We’re past the halfway point in the season, and as usual there have been no shortage of surprises. The Baltimore Orioles, who were supposed to struggle against division foes like the defending World Series champion Boston Red Sox and the re-vamped New York Yankees, are currently leading the AL East by 4 games. The Milwaukee Brewers, who…

2014 AL and NL Cy Young Odds

After the varied degrees of success for Japanese pitchers like Daisuke Matsuzaka, Key Igawa and Yu Darvish, fans and analysts alike wondered aloud how Masahiro Tanaka would translate to the big league game. After posting a 24-0 record with a 1.27 ERA last season for the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles, the New York Yankees took a…

2014 NFL Divisional Odds

The NFL regular season doesn’t kick-off until Thursday, September 4th when the Seattle Seahawks host the Green Bay Packers but that hasn’t stopped oddsmakers from getting an absurdly early start on the NFL season. Multiple sportsbooks have already posted Win Totals,Super Bowl Futures, Rookie of the Year props and even point-spreads for every game between Week 1 and 16….

2014 College Football: Conference Futures

The 2014 College Football season kicks off on Thursday, August 28th with six games, highlighted by Texas A&M at South Carolina. 5Dimes released Week 1 lines very early on, and more recently CG Technologies posted point-spreads for every week 1 game. Perhaps even more interesting are the 2014-15 NCAAF Futures and 4-Team Playoffs Odds, which tell us which teams are most likely…

2014-15 Heisman Odds

Bovada released their first Heisman odds for the 2014-15 College Football season back in January and to nobody’s surprise Florida State QB Jameis Winston was the favorite to repeat as the nation’s most outstanding player. Despite his off-season run-in with the law (Winston was cited for shoplifting crab legs), it appears the 6’4″ gunslinger will…