According to a recent article by Carl Campanile of the New York Post, it appears that the push toward legalized sports betting in America is gaining some serious legislative steam.
When Albert Pujols signed a ten-year deal with the Angels this offseason worth a whopping $254 million, fans and analysts alike forecasted that Los Angeles would cruise to the top of the AL West standings. Ditto for Prince Fielder who, after signing a nine-year, $214 contract with Detroit, figured to team with Miguel Cabrera for…
We’re just over a month into the 2012 MLB Season and there have already been more surprises than an M. Night Shyamalan movie. As a result, bookmakers have reacted by moving one team to a 19/4 favorite to win the World Series.
With the 2012 NFL draft in the books, experts and pundits will spend the next several weeks debating the winners and losers. While analysts hand out grades and debate sleepers and busts, which three teams have bookmakers identified as the real winners from last week’s NFL Draft?
According to a report by Yahoo Sports, the NFL is considering suspending the Pro Bowl, which is sad news for savvy sports bettors.
The first round of the 2012 NFL Draft will be held Thursday evening and fans are clamoring to know which player their favorite team is expected to take. Everyone agrees that Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III will be the first two names called, but how will the rest of the Top 10 shakeout?