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USA and Japan are the new 19:10 co-favorites at Sportsbook.com to win the World Baseball Classic.
The odds for the 2009 World Baseball Classic have been updated at Sportsbook.com, but it's their MLB Opening Day Double Play contest that's creating the most buzz.
Chicago Cubs fans don't despair. Your team is a bigger favorite to win the 2009 World Series than are the reigning champion Philadelphia Phillies. The Cubs would pay $445 at Submitted by Don Shapiro on, Mar/01/2009
Gambling911.com Special contributor, Thomas Somach, was quoted by the New York Post on Wednesday regarding emerging allegations directed at two MLB Network on-air personalities.
The MLB regular season will be here before you know it and Sportsbook.com wants to send a few lucky Gambling911.com readers to the Opening Day game of your choice.
Free agent Manny Ramirez could be the key to the National League pennant and a big payday.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are a tremendous value at 8:1 odds to win the N.L. pennant at Sportsbook.com. Those odds are sure to drop quickly if Ramirez finally signs with the Dodgers and that could happen any minute with pitchers and catchers already reported.
One of my fellow Cubanos, the great Perez Hilton, brought up a little ditty that was out there two years back when A-Rod (Alex Rodriguez) was caught frolicking around in strip clubs.
Perez reported the following: "(A-Rod) likes the she-male, muscular type" says a stripper at a club once frequented by Rodriguez. "They brought me up to the champagne room one time. I spun around once and that was it. I'm not his type."
So does this mean that Yours Truly might be able to score a home run with A-Rod?
With Major League Baseball Spring Training starting this week, now is a good time for baseball bettors to look ahead and start reviewing the odds to win the 2009 World Series.
The money-burning New York Yankees are +400 favorites to win the Fall Classic in World Series Betting Odds at betED.com.
The latest saga for the New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez (A-Rod) isn't affecting the team much at the betting window. The Yankees are still the heavy favorite to win this year's World Series at a little less than 3:1 odd at Sportsbook.com.
"Baseball Executives Face the Odds" - that's the headline on the front page of the Tuesday edition of the New York Times.
"The mission for every general manager at the baseball winter meetings here is to help build a team into a World Series champion. Some teams have a legitimate chance. Some have almost no chance. If the executives want to know how their chances of winning a title are perceived by some sports experts, they have congregated in the right place.
Professional baseball player Alex Rodriguez is not only playing Madonna, he's got a knack for some high stakes poker as well.
A lot of the talk heading into the World Series was the chance for Tampa Bay Rays bettors (assuming there were some) to win big if their team walked away with a championship. After all, the Rays
When Monday night's World Series game between the Tampa Bay Rays and Philadelphia Phillies was suspended due to inclement weather, most fans just figured they would catch the rest of the postponed
There has never been a rain-shortened game in World Series history, and this was the first suspension.
The Las Vegas Review Journal on Tuesday reported that the Tampa Bay Rays, a 200-1 long shot in April to win the 2008 World Series, is making several sports book directors nervous in Las Vegas, and
When the Tampa Bay Rays entered the regular MLB season back in April, they were given odds of +6500.
A more storied baseball stadium never stood.
Yes, the King of all wagering sports is in full swing, that would be football.
The Toronto Blue Jays opened the season as 40 to 1 long shots. At times during the 2008 Major League Baseball season, the Blue Jays odds were much longer than that.
With two teams - the Chicago White Sox and Minnesota Twins - virtually neck and neck to win the American League Central Division, we wanted to take a look at which of these two teams the odds maker
With the third best record in Major League Baseball and a lead maintained over the long dominating New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, the Tampa Bay Rays odds to win the 2008 World Series have bee
With only 2 ½ games separating the Phillies, Mets and Marlins in the National League East, this is anyone's to take and that reflects in the odds, which have Philadelphia promising a payout of $42
Play: Money Line: -156
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban wants the Chicago Cubs so bad he is prepared to spend $1.3 billion to get them. A drop in the bucket for Cuban? Maybe.
The Dodgers may not have National League powerhouses quaking in their shoes, but the Arizona Diamondbacks should be a little worried after L.A. traded for Manny Ramirez on Thursday.
Los Angeles has won five of its last eight games and the team should be even better with Ramirez in the fold. The wacky slugger brings some serious pop to a team ranked second-last in NL home runs. With a career OPS of .999, "Manny being Manny" doesn't just mean crazy antics in the outfield or outside the diamond-it means some serious offense.
Russian poker player Dmitry Yurasov earned several six-figure scores and over $1.2 million in career earnings