Wednesday, July 30, 2014

PGA Odds: Big Names Front and Center as WGC Returns


Betting on the WGC Bridgeston Invitational

Fresh off of a victory at the British Open, Rory McIlroy (6/1) is the
early favorite to win the third World Golf Championship of the season.
McIlroy leads all golfers in the days leading up to the Bridgestone
Invitational at Akron, but he won’t be the only big name vying for the
honors.


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Also in the running will be defending champion Tiger Woods. He has
had a forgettable 2014 campaign with a high of 25th place in just five
events. Injuries have sidetracked his bid to reclaim the throne as the
PGA’s best golfer.


Woods is 14/1 to win the WGC tournament (ahead of contenders like
Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson), and he is third overall. Between
McIlroy and Woods sits Australia’s Adam Scott (10/1 to win).


It’s been an interesting year for those in pursuit of the FedExCup.
Jimmy Walker, Bubba Watson and Matt Kuchar have powered themselves into
the top three positions. Despite the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 rankings,
the three are just 50/1, 33/1 and 28/1 to win the Bridgestone
Invitational.


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PGA Odds: Big Names Front and Center as WGC Returns

SEC College Football Season Win Totals


Betting on SEC Football in 2014


SEC Football


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Alabama Crimson Tide

Over 10½ (-150)

Under 10½ (+120)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Arkansas Razorbacks

Over 4½ (-130)

Under 4½ (EVEN)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Auburn Tigers

Over 9 (-130)

Under 9 (EVEN)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Georgia Bulldogs

Over 9½ (-125)

Under 9½ (-105)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Florida Gators

Over 7½ (-130)

Under 7½ (EVEN)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Kentucky Wildcats

Over 3½ (-175)

Under 3½ (+145)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – LSU Tigers

Over 9 (-115)

Under 9 (-115)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Mississippi State Bulldogs

Over 7½ (EVEN)

Under 7½ (-130)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Missouri Tigers

Over 7½ (-130)

Under 7½ (EVEN)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Ole Miss Rebels

Over 7½ (-175)

Under 7½ (+145)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – South Carolina Gamecocks

Over 9½ (EVEN)

Under 9½ (-130)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Tennessee Volunteers

Over 5½ (-150)

Under 5½ (+120)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Vanderbilt Commodores

Over 6 (+125)

Under 6 (-155)



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SEC College Football Season Win Totals

SEC College Football Season Win Totals


Betting on SEC Football in 2014


SEC Football


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Alabama Crimson Tide

Over 10½ (-150)

Under 10½ (+120)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Arkansas Razorbacks

Over 4½ (-130)

Under 4½ (EVEN)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Auburn Tigers

Over 9 (-130)

Under 9 (EVEN)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Georgia Bulldogs

Over 9½ (-125)

Under 9½ (-105)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Florida Gators

Over 7½ (-130)

Under 7½ (EVEN)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Kentucky Wildcats

Over 3½ (-175)

Under 3½ (+145)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – LSU Tigers

Over 9 (-115)

Under 9 (-115)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Mississippi State Bulldogs

Over 7½ (EVEN)

Under 7½ (-130)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Missouri Tigers

Over 7½ (-130)

Under 7½ (EVEN)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Ole Miss Rebels

Over 7½ (-175)

Under 7½ (+145)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – South Carolina Gamecocks

Over 9½ (EVEN)

Under 9½ (-130)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Tennessee Volunteers

Over 5½ (-150)

Under 5½ (+120)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Vanderbilt Commodores

Over 6 (+125)

Under 6 (-155)



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SEC College Football Season Win Totals

PAC-12 College Football Season Win Totals


Betting on the 2014 PAC-12 Football Season


PAC-12 Football


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Arizona Wildcats

Over 6½ (-175)

Under 6½ (+145)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Arizona State Sun Devils

Over 7½ (-115)

Under 7½ (-115)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – California Golden Bears

Over 2½ (-140)

Under 2½ (+110)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Colorado Buffaloes

Over 4 (-125)

Under 4 (-105)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Oregon Ducks

Over 10½ (-175)

Under 10½ (+145)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Oregon State Beavers

Over 7 (-115)

Under 7 (-115)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Washington Huskies

Over 9 (-125)

Under 9 (-105)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Washington State Cougars

Over 5½ (-135)

Under 5½ (+105)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – UCLA Bruins

Over 9½ (-130)

Under 9½ (EVEN)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – USC Trojans

Over 9 (+110)

Under 9 (-140)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Utah Utes

Over 4½ (-175)

Under 4½ (+145)


NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Stanford Cardinal

Over 8½ (-135)

Under 8½ (+105)


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PAC-12 College Football Season Win Totals

NBA Betting: With Sterling Officially Out, Clippers Welcome Distraction-Free Season


Betting on Clippers NBA Basketball


The Donald Sterling saga is officially over, so the Los Angeles
Clippers can get back on track. With no shortage of racially-charged
distractions last postseason, the franchise failed to live up to their
NBA odds. To make matters worse, they haven’t been particularly
impactful this offseason. Now with all the Sterling drama in the past,
the club can redeem itself and return to the league’s elite.


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On paper the Clippers are a force in the west (12/1 to win the NBA
championship). However, the truth is that they have stayed relatively
stagnant while other teams around the league have improved.


Chris Paul (19.1 PPG, 10.7 APG) and Blake Griffin (24.1 PPG, 9.5 RPG)
will return to the Clippers, a team that went 46-35-1 against the
spread last season, but if they want to cause damage in a grueling
conference, they’ll have to show that they can handle teams like the
Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs in a seven-game set.


Considering the competition they’ll face in 2014-2015, the forecast
looks rough, but don’t overlook the fact that six months ago the Clips
were as intimidating as any team in the west. Now that Sterling is
officially out of the picture, anything can happen.


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NBA Betting: With Sterling Officially Out, Clippers Welcome Distraction-Free Season

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

BetAnySports’ MLB Pick of the Week: Washington Nationals vs. Miami Marlins- Tuesday, July 29


Betting on Marlins Baseball


Washington Nationals vs. Miami Marlins- Tuesday, July 29


BAS’ Current Dime Line: Nationals -134/124 and the Total is 7U -112


The Washington Nationals will continue a three-game series against
the division rival Miami Marlins this Tuesday night in a 7:10 p.m. (ET)
start at Marlins Park. BetAnySports has opened the Nationals as -143 road favorites with the total line set at 7.


The NL East has been basically a two-team battle all season long
between Washington and Atlanta. Heading into this series, the Nationals
were 57-45 and holding a game and a half lead over the Braves in the
division race with Miami a full seven games back. Washington is 27-25 on
the road this season and it has a 4-2 record in the first six games of
this current nine-game road trip. The total has stayed UNDER in four of
those contests.


Look for Stephen Strasburg to get the start in Game 2 against the
Marlins this Tuesday night. The right-hander came into this season as a
leading contender to win a Cy Young on BetAnySports’ futures odds, but
it has been a struggle at times with a record of 7-8 and an ERA of 3.67.
He has already faced Miami twice this season and in 10 2/3 innings of
work he has a 5.91 ERA.


The Marlins’ NL East title hopes could very well hang in the balance
in this crucial three-game set. A few wins could mean the difference
between staying in the race or starting preparations for another run
next season with some personnel moves before Thursday’s trade deadline.
They have to be encouraged with this past weekend’s three-game sweep
over Houston to raise their record to 7-3 since the All-Star break.


Miami will turn to Henderson Alvarez as its starter for Tuesday
night. The right-hander had some issues with a shin injury, but he
pitched eight strong innings last Thursday against the Braves by holding
Atlanta to two earned runs on six hits. He is 7-5 overall with a 0-1
record against Washington in two previous starts this year. Alvarez has
an ERA of 2.62 and a 1.23 WHIP in 21 starts this season.


Strasburg has been struggling to find his best stuff all season long
and he has already had some issues against this potent Miami lineup.
Stick with the Marlins as +133 underdogs at home in this matchup as
Alvarez continues to shine with another quality start.








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BetAnySports’ MLB Pick of the Week: Washington Nationals vs. Miami Marlins- Tuesday, July 29

Friday, July 25, 2014

America’s Bookie Is Ready for the 2014 Football Season With Rewards Program and Great Contests!!





By: Chris Dyer “Dirty”







The 2014 NFL and NCAA football seasons are about to get under way with
NFL teams reporting to training camp starting next week and colleges
starting fall practice shortly after. America’s Bookie took the summer
break to enhance its website and what it offers to its sports bettors.
They already had the quickest payouts in the industry, great bonuses
and unmatched customer service but they were not satisfied and have
made many improvements that will be great for the sports bettor.





America’s Bookie
is a great friend to the forums at Handicappers Hideaway and all our
posters enjoy playing there and getting into their very generous
contests but they also have rave reviews on how Owen handles the
customer service department and how quickly their questions are
answered. If an issue arises they know all they have to do is ask on our
online sports forums, go to the website and hit him up on live chat,
or use the old fashioned way and call. It doesn’t matter whatever
method you use to contact the best CS rep in the industry, Owen is
Johnny-on-the-spot and has a great team with him to handle things if he
is not there. He not only is active on our forums answering questions
but builds quality relationships with the posters by interacting with
them. I have tried for years to get sportsbooks to understand this and
very few have ever given it a shot. It works.





America’s Bookie was kind enough to have two contests for us at our
forums and they are both proving to be very popular already. The 13th Annual NFL Handicappers Classic
is a Hilton Style contest that we pay out the top handicappers. The
entry fee is $200 and AB and their sister book Bet33 is matching the pot
100%. All money is in cash and is available for payout once the
contest ends. They also are giving away Authentic NFL game jerseys
every week ($100 value at least) of the NFL season with our NFL Weekly Fantasy Contest
ran by our Fantasy Guru Jrod124. Not many people around will run a
contest as well as this cat. It is great to have him on team HH. Don’t
pass these contests up ladies and gentlemen.





Enough about the stuff going on with AB and HH. Let’s get down to the
upgrades and changes that have been made at America’s Bookie. I will
only focus on the rewards program and the contests here, but just going
to the site you will notice lots of changes for the better. They offer
more sports and racetracks for horse racing and more prop bets as well.
Their selection of wagering options is always growing.





Rewards Program
– the new rewards program was not really necessary in my opinion as
they already were very generous bonuses and perks to their loyal
customers. This puts this book right up there with the best of them.
They have set up a fair and very easy to understand system. It is very
simple, the more you play the more points you earn. You can currently
use your points for free plays or use them for free payouts, but in the
coming weeks they will be adding a store where they will offer an
assortment of gift cards, electronics and other valuable things. You
will also be able to use them to join office pools and other offers they
will have on the site. The point system is very simple to use. It is
basically a point for each dollar you wager with more for parlays,
teasers and other types of wagers. To redeem them for free plays it is
5,000 points for a $25 free play and 10,000 for a $50 free play. At the
end of the article I will post the points chart and the free payout
chart.





$5000 Last Man Standing Contest
– This is a favorite among sports bettors and it is played at bars,
offices, and fantasy leagues all over the country as well as online
sportsbooks. To enter this contest you get an entry for every $250 you
send the sportsbook. (Send $500 and get 2 entries, send $1,000 and get 4
entries). The rules for the LMS contest are very simple. Players must
pick 1 game per week. The deadline for submitting your weekly pick is
Sunday 11 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. For any week that there is a
Thursday, Friday, or Saturday game and you would like to pick one of
those teams playing an early game, picks needs to be submitted 1 hour
before game time. Sunday night or Monday night games still must be
picked before Sunday 11 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. The logic of the
contest is simple: If you win your pick, you will advance to the next
round. There are no point spreads involved, you just need to pick a
team. If you lose your selection, you are out of the contest. You can
only select a team once in the contest. A winner is declared once
they’ve won their daily selection and “all or one” of their opponents
have lost their pick(s).Last Person Standing, wins the entire pot! There
is no second place.





33 Point Football Pool
– This one is very simple and fun. If your NCAA or NFL team scores
exactly 33 points (win or lose), you win $333. Every time you make a
deposit of $250 or more, September thru Super Bowl, you can select 1
NCAA or NFL team, and if they scores exactly 33 points (win or lose),
you win $333… It’s that easy.

Things are going great at America’s Bookie
and there is no reason not to try this book out if you have not. Get
ready for a great 2014 NFL and College Football Season and give our good
friends at AB your business, and I can guarantee you will not regret
it.





Below are the Charts for the payouts and the Fees.





Points per play

Type of play Points

Straight One point

Parlays Two Points (2-15) teams

Teasers One and a half points

If bets One and a half points

Reverse bets One and a half points



Free Payouts


• $100 to $299 Free payout P2P = 5000 pts

• $300 to $499 Free payout P2P = 7000 pts

• $500 to $749 Free payout P2P = 10000 pts

• $750 to $900 Free payout P2P = 17000 pts

• $1000 to $3,000 Free payout with Checks = 10000 pts









America’s Bookie Is Ready for the 2014 Football Season With Rewards Program and Great Contests!!

Thursday, July 24, 2014

HRWAGER and Handicappers Hideaway Present the 2014 $2000 NFL Last Man Standing Contest





To get into this contest, must make a $200 deposit before Sept 3rd.



$200 gets you 1 entry

$500 or more gets you 3 entries


Max entries 5


Prizes:





1-10 people $1000 cash

11-20 people $1500 cash

21 or more $2000 cash


You can enter without a deposit but you will only receive 10% of the prize pool.. and to buy in must use 10HH points

10X rollover applies to the 10% with a max cash out of 6X the amount won


This Contest will start the first week of the NFL regular season, and run until the last week of the regular season.


In the NFL Last Man Standing (LMS), contest players must pick 1 game
per week. The deadline for submitting your weekly pick is Sunday 11 a.m.
Eastern Standard Time. For any week that there is a Thursday, Friday,
or Saturday game and you would like to pick one of those teams playing
an early game, picks needs to be submitted 1 hour before game time.
Sunday night or Monday night games still must be picked before Sunday 11
a.m. Eastern Standard Time.


The logic of the contest is simple: If you win your pick, you will
advance to the next round. There are no point spreads involved, you just
need to pick a team. If you lose your selection, you are out of the
contest. You can only select a team once in the contest. A winner is
declared once they’ve won their daily selection and “all or one” of
their opponents have lost their pick(s).


Last Person Standing, wins the entire pot! There is no second place.


If there are still people left standing after the regular season the
tie-breaker will be season total points for outscoring your opponents.
For example: Dirty picks New York Jets in week 1 and they win 21-10. He
gains 11 points. This cumulative total only comes into play for the
chance that there is more than one person left standing after all the
regular season have been played. If total points are also a tie prize
will be split.


If a contestant misses the deadline to submit their pick, they will
be give the team with the highest point spread available, no exceptions.


This contest will be monitored by Handicappers Hideaway.


Must click on HH Banner for the book and MUST verify with a MOD


All HH Members/Signups will receive a Standing 150% Free Play with a 12 time roll.


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HRWAGER and Handicappers Hideaway Present the 2014 $2000 NFL Last Man Standing Contest

Win a NFL Jersey Each Week!!! America’s Bookie & and Handicappers Hideaway Present the 2014 Weekly NFL Fantasy Football Contest!!!











America's Bookie is giving away a NFL Jersey every Sunday this NFL season!



This will be a fantasy football contest and the poster with the highest
point total at the end of each week will get their pick of an NFL
Jersey that America's Bookie has in stock!! If the jersey you want is
out of stock you can choose another team/player and give it away, wear
it or sell it on EBAY if you want!!!!! We are ordering the 17 Most
Poplar NFL Jerseys (by team) in an assortment of sizes!!!!







Rules:






  • Must be active at AB/Bet 33 (Dirty fill in when u get the official answer)

  • Your entire team must be submitted by the start of the first game Sunday.

  • Thursday games will not be counted









Rosters:








  • Each poster will select 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, TE, K, DEF
    Player (Youcan only use 1 player during the season. So once you use
    Peterson at RB that's it for the year.)









Offensive Scoring:







  • Passing TD=4 points

  • Passing Yards=1 point for every 20 yards passing

  • Rushing/Receiving TD=6 points

  • Rushing/Receiving Yards=1 point for every 10 yards

  • Reception=0.5 point

  • Turnover= -2 points

  • Field Goal under 50=3 points

  • Field Goal over 50= 5 points

  • Extra Point=1 point





Defensive Scoring:





  • Forced Fumble=2 points

  • Recovered Fumble=2 points

  • Interception=3 points

  • Safety=2 points

  • Sack=3 points

  • Tackle Assisted=0.5 points

  • Tackle Solo=1.5 points

  • Touchdown=6 points







Be on the lookout for special deposit bonuses for Handicappers Hideaway posters for America's Bookie
and Bet33!!! Also look for Jrod's outstanding NCAA Football Fantasy
Contest that will be released in the next few days as well!!! This is
going to be a fun football season with a lot of fun contests!!!








Win a NFL Jersey Each Week!!! America’s Bookie & and Handicappers Hideaway Present the 2014 Weekly NFL Fantasy Football Contest!!!

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Odds to win the 2014-2015 College Football FBS Championship


Betting on the 2014 FBS National Champion

Odds to win the 2014-2015 College Football FBS Championship

Alabama 11/2

Florida State 11/2

Oregon 7/1

Oklahoma 9/1

Auburn 10/1

Ohio State 12/1

UCLA 14/1

Georgia 18/1

LSU 20/1

Michigan State 25/1

USC 25/1

Baylor 28/1

Florida 33/1

South Carolina 33/1

Stanford 33/1

Wisconsin 33/1

Mississippi 40/1

Michigan 50/1

Notre Dame 50/1

Texas 50/1

Clemson 66/1

Missouri 66/1

Nebraska 66/1

Texas A&M 66/1

Arizona 100/1

Iowa 100/1

Kansas State 100/1

Louisville 100/1

Miami 100/1

North Carolina 100/1

Washington 100/1

Arizona State 100/1

BYU 150/1

Mississippi State 150/1

Oklahoma State 150/1

Tennessee 150/1

Virginia Tech 150/1

TCU 200/1

Texas Tech 200/1

Cincinnati 250/1

Arkansas 300/1

Boise State 300/1

West Virginia 300/1

Boston College 500/1

Georgia Tech 500/1

Oregon State 500/1

Pittsburgh 500/1

South Florida 500/1

UCF 500/1

California 1000/1

Rutgers 1000/1


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Odds to win the 2014-2015 College Football FBS Championship

MLB Odds: Red-Hot Angels Face Judgment Day in Four-Game Tigers Series


Betting on Angels MLB


The Los Angeles Angels are one of two clubs to have hit the 60-win
mark by this time in the summer, but that doesn’t secure them a spot in
the postseason. The Angels are heavy favorites to claim an American
League wild card berth, but they still trail the Oakland Athletics in
the AL West. Such is life in Major League Baseball. The MLB betting
community should take note.


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Winning seven of their last 10 games, the Angels have established
themselves as a dominant force in their division. Led by third year
wunderkind Mike Trout (.309 batting average, 76 RBI and 24 home runs)
the Angels are 9/1 to win the World Series. This weekend they’ll get the
opportunity to prove that they deserve those odds.


If L.A. has truly turned the corner and emerged as a contender,
they’ll have no problem hosting the Tigers. The Angels are just 26-27
against the spread when playing at home this season, so pay special
attention to how they respond in the first game of the four-game set on
Thursday.


There’s a lot riding on how Los Angeles fares over the next few
weeks. If they’re going to seriously contend for a title, they’ll have
to continue pushing forward.


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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

MLB Preview: Tampa Bay Rays (47-53) vs. St. Louis Cardinals (54-45)


Betting on St. Louis Cardinals Baseball


The fans at Busch Stadium will be treated to a interleague game
between the Tampa Bay Rays and the St. Louis Cardinals when they take
their seats on Wednesday.


The Rays will pin their hopes on the pitching of right hander Alex
Cobb in this game. Cobb has a 5-6 record and a 4.08 ERA this season.


Starting this game for the Cardinals will be Lance Lynn. The right
hander has a 3.13 ERA to go along with a 11-6 record this season.


Oddsmakers currently have the Cardinals listed as 114-moneyline
favorites versus the Rays, while the game’s total is sitting at 7.








The Rays were a 7-2 winner in their most recent outing on the road
against the Cardinals. That made winners of bettors who got Tampa Bay at
+139 on the moneyline, while the total score (9) was good news for OVER
bettors.


Tampa Bay:

Team record: 47-53

Current Streak: won 5 straight games.


St. Louis:

Team record: 54-45





Next up:

Tampa Bay home to Boston Friday, July 25

St. Louis at Chi Cubs Friday, July 25


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MLB Preview: Tampa Bay Rays (47-53) vs. St. Louis Cardinals (54-45)

MLB Preview: Texas Rangers (40-59) vs. New York Yankees (50-48)


Betting on New York Yankees MLB


The Texas Rangers and the New York Yankees will both be gunning for a victory on Wednesday when they meet at Yankee Stadium.


right hander Yu Darvish will take the mound for the Rangers to start this game. Darvish is 9-5 this season with a 2.88 ERA.


Starting this game for the Yankees will be David Phelps. The right
hander has a 4.06 ERA to go along with a 4-4 record this season.


Oddsmakers currently have the Rangers listed as 114-moneyline
favorites versus the Yankees, while the game’s total is sitting at 7½.








Texas was a 2-1 loser in its last match on the road against the
Yankees. They lost as +164 underdogs, while the total score of 3 made
winners of UNDER bettors.


Texas:

Team record: 40-59

Texas is 3-16-1 SU in its last 20 games

Texas is 3-13-1 SU in its last 17 games on the road

Texas is 4-1-1 SU in its last 6 games when playing on the road against NY Yankees

Texas is 4-9-1 SU in its last 14 games when playing on the road against NY Yankees


New York:

Team record: 50-48

NY Yankees is 3-6-1 SU in its last 10 games at home

NY Yankees is 2-5-1 SU in its last 8 games when playing Texas

NY Yankees is 1-4-1 SU in its last 6 games when playing at home against Texas





Next up:

Texas at NY Yankees Thursday, July 24


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Canadian Open Odds and a few Canadian Props


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Canadian Open – Outright Winner


Dustin Johnson 12/1

Jim Furyk 12/1

Matt Kuchar 12/1

Graeme McDowell 16/1

Charl Schwartzel 18/1

Brandt Snedeker 22/1

Luke Donald 22/1

Graham Delaet 25/1

Hunter Mahan 28/1

Charley Hoffman 35/1

David Hearn 45/1

Bo Van Pelt 50/1

Carl Pettersson 50/1

Kevin Chappell 50/1

Russell Knox 50/1

Aaron Baddeley 66/1

Ben Crane 66/1

Ernie Els 66/1

K.J. Choi 66/1

Nick Watney 66/1

Robert Garrigus 66/1

Seung-yul Noh 66/1

Tim Clark 66/1

William Mcgirt 66/1

Chad Campbell 80/1

Charlie Beljan 80/1

Erik Compton 80/1

Jason Bohn 80/1

Jerry Kelly 80/1

Luke Guthrie 80/1

Matt Jones 80/1

Pat Perez 80/1

Patrick Rodgers 80/1

Retief Goosen 80/1

Sang-Moon Bae 80/1

Scott Brown 80/1

Scott Piercy 80/1

Andres Romero 100/1

Camilo Villegas 100/1

Jeff Overton 100/1

Jhonattan Vegas 100/1

John Huh 100/1

Johnson Wagner 100/1

Martin Laird 100/1

Morgan Hoffman 100/1

Stewart Cink 100/1

Stuart Appleby 100/1

Thomas Aiken 100/1

Tim Wilkinson 100/1

Michael Putnam 100/1

Adam Hadwin 125/1

Brian Davis 125/1

David Lingmerth 125/1

Geoff Ogilvy 125/1

Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano125/1

Robert Streb 125/1

Tommy Gainey 125/1

Troy Merritt 125/1

Mike Weir 125/1

Andrew Svoboda 150/1

Ben Curtis 150/1

Brian Gay 150/1

Bryce Molder 150/1

Greg Chalmers 150/1

J.J. Henry 150/1

James Hahn 150/1

Joe Durant 150/1

John Merrick 150/1

John Peterson 150/1

Kevin Tway 150/1

Kyle Stanley 150/1

Martin Flores 150/1

Richard Lee 150/1

Ricky Barnes 150/1

Roberto Castro 150/1

Sean O’Hair 150/1

Ted Potter Jr. 150/1

Vijay Singh 150/1

Will Wilcox 150/1

Andrew Loupe 200/1

Brad Fritsch 200/1

Brice Garnett 200/1

D.H. Lee 200/1

Danny Lee 200/1

Heath Slocum 200/1

Jeff Maggert 200/1

John Rollins 200/1

Jonathan Byrd 200/1

Josh Teater 200/1

Justin Hicks 200/1

Justin Leonard 200/1

Ken Duke 200/1

Lucas Glover 200/1

Mark Wilson 200/1

Nicholas Thompson 200/1

Robert Allenby 200/1

Tyrone Van-Aswegen 200/1

Charlie Wi 250/1

Corey Conners 250/1

D.A. Points 250/1

Beon Yeong Lee 250/1

Hudson Swafford 250/1

James Driscoll 250/1

Jamie Lovemark 250/1

John Daly 250/1

Kevin Kisner 250/1

Nick Taylor 250/1

Peter Malnati 250/1

Scott Gardiner 250/1

Trevor Immelman 250/1

Woody Austin 250/1

Michael Gligic 250/1

Steve Marino 250/1

Adam Svensson 300/1

Alex Prugh 300/1

Bronson La’Cassie 300/1

Chad Collins 300/1

Jim Herman 300/1

Jim Renner 300/1

Wes Roach 300/1

Yong-Eun Yang 300/1

Eli Cole 300/1

Doug Labelle 400/1

Matt Bettencourt 400/1

Miguel Angel Carballo 400/1

Nathan Green 400/1

Stephen Ames 400/1

Troy Matteson 400/1

Alex Aragon 500/1

Ben Kohles 500/1

Benjamin Alvarado 500/1

Billy Andrade 500/1

Daniel Chopra 500/1

Derek Ernst 500/1

Dicky Pride 500/1

Dudley Hart 500/1

Edward Loar 500/1

Billy Q Walsh 500/1

Justin Bolli 500/1

Kevin Carrigan 500/1

Kevin Foley 500/1

Mark Calcavecchia 500/1

Scott McCarron 500/1

Tag Ridings 500/1

Dave Levesque 500/1


Canadian Open – 1st Round Leader

Dustin Johnson 18/1

Graeme McDowell 18/1

Jim Furyk 18/1

Matt Kuchar 18/1

Charl Schwartzel 22/1

Brandt Snedeker 28/1

Graham Delaet 28/1

Luke Donald 28/1

Hunter Mahan 33/1

Charley Hoffman 35/1

David Hearn 40/1

Kevin Chappell 40/1

Nick Watney 40/1

Aaron Baddeley 50/1

Bo Van Pelt 50/1

Jerry Kelly 50/1

K.J. Choi 50/1

Robert Garrigus 50/1

Russell Knox 50/1

Seung-yul Noh 50/1

Tim Clark 50/1

William Mcgirt 50/1

Ben Crane 60/1

Ernie Els 60/1

Camilo Villegas 66/1

Carl Pettersson 66/1

Chad Campbell 66/1

Erik Compton 66/1

Jason Bohn 66/1

Sang-Moon Bae 66/1

Scott Brown 66/1

Stewart Cink 66/1

Jhonattan Vegas 80/1

Luke Guthrie 80/1

Scott Piercy 80/1

Adam Hadwin 100/1

Andres Romero 100/1

Andrew Svoboda 100/1

Ben Curtis 100/1

Brian Davis 100/1

Bryce Molder 100/1

Charlie Beljan 100/1

David Lingmerth 100/1

Geoff Ogilvy 100/1

Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano100/1

Greg Chalmers 100/1

J.J. Henry 100/1

James Hahn 100/1

Jeff Overton 100/1

John Huh 100/1

John Merrick 100/1

John Peterson 100/1

Johnson Wagner 100/1

Justin Leonard 100/1

Kyle Stanley 100/1

Martin Flores 100/1

Martin Laird 100/1

Morgan Hoffman 100/1

Pat Perez 100/1

Patrick Rodgers 100/1

Retief Goosen 100/1

Ricky Barnes 100/1

Robert Streb 100/1

Stuart Appleby 100/1

Ted Potter Jr. 100/1

Thomas Aiken 100/1

Tim Wilkinson 100/1

Tommy Gainey 100/1

Troy Merritt 100/1

Vijay Singh 100/1

Will Wilcox 100/1

Michael Putnam 100/1

Mike Weir 100/1

Brad Fritsch 125/1

D.A. Points 125/1

Kevin Kisner 125/1

Richard Lee 125/1

Sean O’Hair 125/1

Trevor Immelman 125/1

Andrew Loupe 150/1

Brian Gay 150/1

Brice Garnett 150/1

Charlie Wi 150/1

Danny Lee 150/1

Heath Slocum 150/1

Hudson Swafford 150/1

James Driscoll 150/1

Jeff Maggert 150/1

Joe Durant 150/1

John Rollins 150/1

Jonathan Byrd 150/1

Josh Teater 150/1

Justin Hicks 150/1

Ken Duke 150/1

Lucas Glover 150/1

Mark Wilson 150/1

Nicholas Thompson 150/1

Robert Allenby 150/1

Roberto Castro 150/1

Stephen Ames 150/1

Tyrone Van-Aswegen 150/1

Woody Austin 150/1

Yong-Eun Yang 150/1

Steve Marino 150/1

Alex Prugh 200/1

Chad Collins 200/1

D.H. Lee 200/1

Jamie Lovemark 200/1

Jim Herman 200/1

Jim Renner 200/1

Kevin Tway 200/1

Nathan Green 200/1

Peter Malnati 200/1

Troy Matteson 200/1

Wes Roach 200/1

Adam Svensson 250/1

Billy Andrade 250/1

Bronson La’Cassie 250/1

Corey Conners 250/1

Daniel Chopra 250/1

Derek Ernst 250/1

Dicky Pride 250/1

Doug Labelle 250/1

Edward Loar 250/1

Beon Yeong Lee 250/1

John Daly 250/1

Kevin Foley 250/1

Mark Calcavecchia 250/1

Matt Bettencourt 250/1

Miguel Angel Carballo 250/1

Scott McCarron 250/1

Tag Ridings 250/1

Alex Aragon 300/1

Benjamin Alvarado 300/1

Billy Q Walsh 300/1

Kevin Carrigan 300/1

Dave Levesque 300/1

Eli Cole 300/1

Michael Gligic 300/1


Canadian Open – Top 5 Finish

Jim Furyk 5/2

Dustin Johnson 11/4

Matt Kuchar 11/4

Graeme McDowell 3/1

Charl Schwartzel 7/2

Brandt Snedeker 9/2

Graham Delaet 5/1

Luke Donald 5/1

Hunter Mahan 11/2

Charley Hoffman 7/1

David Hearn 15/2

Bo Van Pelt 8/1

Russell Knox 9/1

Aaron Baddeley 10/1

Carl Pettersson 11/1

Jerry Kelly 11/1

K.J. Choi 11/1

Kevin Chappell 11/1

Nick Watney 11/1

Robert Garrigus 11/1

Tim Clark 11/1

Ernie Els 12/1

Luke Guthrie 12/1

Seung-yul Noh 12/1

William Mcgirt 12/1

Ben Crane 14/1

Chad Campbell 14/1

Erik Compton 14/1

Camilo Villegas 16/1

Charlie Beljan 16/1

Jason Bohn 16/1

Martin Laird 16/1

Retief Goosen 16/1

Sang-Moon Bae 16/1

Scott Brown 16/1

Scott Piercy 16/1

Stewart Cink 16/1

Michael Putnam 16/1

Andres Romero 18/1

Jhonattan Vegas 18/1

John Huh 18/1

Martin Flores 18/1

Pat Perez 18/1

Patrick Rodgers 18/1

Brian Davis 20/1

David Lingmerth 20/1

Geoff Ogilvy 20/1

Jeff Overton 20/1

Johnson Wagner 20/1

Morgan Hoffman 20/1

Tim Wilkinson 20/1

Troy Merritt 20/1

Mike Weir 20/1

Adam Hadwin 22/1

J.J. Henry 22/1

Robert Streb 22/1

Thomas Aiken 22/1

Bryce Molder 25/1

Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano25/1

John Merrick 25/1

Stuart Appleby 25/1

Vijay Singh 25/1

Richard Lee 28/1

Tommy Gainey 28/1

Andrew Svoboda 30/1

Ben Curtis 30/1

Greg Chalmers 30/1

Joe Durant 30/1

John Peterson 30/1

John Rollins 30/1

Kyle Stanley 30/1

Nicholas Thompson 30/1

Ricky Barnes 30/1

Roberto Castro 30/1

Ted Potter Jr. 30/1

Trevor Immelman 30/1

Will Wilcox 30/1

Andrew Loupe 33/1

Brad Fritsch 33/1

Brian Gay 33/1

Brice Garnett 33/1

D.A. Points 33/1

Danny Lee 33/1

Heath Slocum 33/1

Hudson Swafford 33/1

James Hahn 33/1

Justin Hicks 33/1

Justin Leonard 33/1

Kevin Kisner 33/1

Robert Allenby 33/1

Sean O’Hair 33/1

D.H. Lee 35/1

Jonathan Byrd 35/1

Tyrone Van-Aswegen 35/1

Charlie Wi 40/1

Jamie Lovemark 40/1

Jeff Maggert 40/1

Ken Duke 40/1

Lucas Glover 40/1

Yong-Eun Yang 40/1

Steve Marino 40/1

Alex Prugh 45/1

Beon Yeong Lee 50/1

Jim Herman 50/1

Josh Teater 50/1

Kevin Tway 50/1

Mark Wilson 50/1

Nathan Green 50/1

Peter Malnati 50/1

Troy Matteson 50/1

Woody Austin 50/1

Chad Collins 60/1

James Driscoll 60/1

Jim Renner 60/1

Stephen Ames 60/1

Wes Roach 60/1

Adam Svensson 66/1

Dicky Pride 66/1

John Daly 66/1

Miguel Angel Carballo 66/1

Billy Andrade 80/1

Bronson La’Cassie 80/1

Daniel Chopra 80/1

Doug Labelle 80/1

Edward Loar 80/1

Mark Calcavecchia 80/1

Matt Bettencourt 80/1

Tag Ridings 80/1

Derek Ernst 100/1

Eli Cole 100/1

Michael Gligic 100/1

Alex Aragon 125/1

Benjamin Alvarado 125/1

Kevin Carrigan 125/1

Billy Q Walsh 150/1

Kevin Foley 150/1

Scott McCarron 150/1

Dave Levesque 150/1


Canadian Open – Will Dustin Johnson Finish in The Top 10?

Yes +120


Canadian Open – Will Matt Kuchar Finish in The Top 10?

Yes +130


Canadian Open – Will Graeme McDowell Finish in The Top 10?

Yes +150


Canadian Open – Will Jim Furyk Finish in The Top 10?

Yes +120


Canadian Open – Will Charl Schwartzel Finish in The Top 10?

Yes +165


Canadian Open – Will Brandt Snedeker Finish in The Top 10?

Yes +200


Canadian Open – Will Luke Donald Finish in The Top 10?

Yes +200


Canadian Open – Will Graham Delaet Finish in The Top 10?

Yes +200


Canadian Open – Will Hunter Mahan Finish in The Top 10?

Yes +220


Canadian Open – Will David Hearn Finish in The Top 10?

Yes +350


Canadian Open – Will Chad Campbell Finish in The Top 10?

Yes +600


Canadian Open – Winning Margin

Playoff 12/5

1 Stroke 5/2

2 Strokes 7/2

3 Strokes 9/2

4 Strokes or More 10/3


Canadian Open – Top Australasian

Aaron Baddeley 7/2

Greg Chalmers 11/2

Danny Lee 7/1

Geoff Ogilvy 7/1

Oliver Goss 8/1

Stuart Appleby 8/1

Tim Wilkinson 8/1

Vijay Singh 8/1

Robert Allenby 10/1

Nathan Green 14/1

Bronson LaCassie 14/1


Canadian Open – Top European

Graeme McDowell 2/1

Luke Donald 2/1

Carl Pettersson 7/1

Russell Knox 8/1

Brian Davis 11/1

Martin Laird 11/1

David Lingmerth 16/1

Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 16/1

Daniel Chopra 20/1


Canadian Open – Top Swedish

Carl Pettersson 2/3

David Lingmerth 5/2

Daniel Chopra 7/2


Canadian Open – Top South African

Charl Schwartzel 5/4

Tim Clark 4/1

Ernie Els 6/1

Retief Goosen 6/1

Thomas Aiken 10/1

Trevor Immelman 10/1

Tyrone Van Aswegen 10/1


Canadian Open – Top Canadian

Graham DeLaet 15/8

David Hearn 9/2

Adam Hadwin 9/1

Mike Weir 9/1

Brad Fritsch 16/1

Adam Svensson 20/1

Beon Yeong Lee 20/1

Corey Conners 20/1

Dave Levesque 20/1

Kevin Carrigan 20/1

Michael Gligic 20/1

Stephen Ames 20/1

Taylor Pendrith 20/1

Benjamin Silverman 28/1

Bill Walsh 33/1

Chris Hemmerich 33/1

Eugene Wong 33/1

Kevin Stinson 33/1

Robbie Greenwell 33/1


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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

MLB Preview: Baltimore Orioles (54-44) vs. Los Angeles Angels (59-39)


Betting on Angels MLB


The fans at Angel Stadium will be treated to a game between the
Baltimore Orioles and the Los Angeles Angels when they take their seats
on Tuesday.


The Orioles will trot Miguel Gonzalez out to the mound in this one.
Right hander Gonzalez has a 4-5 record and a 4.04 ERA this season.


Gonzalez’s opponent in this one will be Hector Santiago. The Angels
left hander has a 4.32 ERA to go along with a 2-7 record this season.


Oddsmakers currently have the Angels listed as 134-moneyline
favorites versus the Orioles, while the game’s total is sitting at 8½.








Last time out for Baltimore, they were a 4-2 winner as they battled
the Angels on the road. Moneyline bettors who got the Orioles at +122
were rewarded, while the 6 combined runs moved the game UNDER for totals
bettors.


Baltimore:

Team record: 54-44

Baltimore is 12-5 SU in its last 17 games

The total has gone UNDER in 6 of Baltimore’s last 9 games

Baltimore is 5-2 SU in its last 7 games on the road

The total has gone OVER in 6 of Baltimore’s last 7 games on the road


Los Angeles:

Team record: 59-39

LA Angels is 12-3 SU in its last 15 games

The total has gone UNDER in 5 of LA Angels’s last 7 games

LA Angels is 20-4 SU in its last 24 games at home

The total has gone UNDER in 6 of LA Angels’s last 8 games at home





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BetAnySports’ MLB Pick of the Week: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Pittsburgh Pirates- Tuesday, July 22


Betting on Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball


Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Pittsburgh Pirates- Tuesday, July 22


BetAnySports’ current line: Pirates -118/108 and the total is 8 -110


The Los Angeles Dodgers and the Pittsburgh Pirates will continue a
three-game set at PNC Park this week with Game 2 this Tuesday night with
a scheduled start of 7:05 p.m. (ET). Josh Beckett is scheduled to get
the start for the Dodgers and Vance Worley is penciled-in as the starter
for Pittsburgh. The Pirates have been opened by BetAnySports as 110 favorites at home and the total has been set at 8.


The Dodgers (55-45) head into this series tied with San Francisco for
the lead in the NL West. They dropped two of three to St. Louis on the
road this past weekend to kick things off in the second half of the MLB
regular season. They avoided a sweep with a 4-3 victory on Sunday with
staff ace Clayton Kershaw on the mound. BetAnySports’ closing MLB
moneyline listed Los Angeles as a prohibitive 174 road favorite in that
game. The Dodgers have been opened as 113 road favorites for Monday’s
series opener against Pittsburgh with the total set at 7.5.


Los Angeles remains one of the top scoring teams in the NL with an
average of 4.12 runs a game. Its pitching is also ranked near the top of
the list with a 3.30 team ERA. Beckett recently spent some time on the
DL with a hip injury and he will be making his first start since July 6.
The right-hander is 6-5 this season with a 2.26 ERA in 17 previous
starts.


Pittsburgh finds itself in the thick of the NL Central Division race
with an overall record of 52-46. It is an even 5-5 in its last 10 games,
but coming off a three-game sweep of Colorado this past weekend. The
Pirates outscored the Rockies 12-7 in that series to improve to 32-20 at
home this year. They are now a game and a half behind both Milwaukee
and St. Louis heading into this series.


This is another team that has gotten some solid production at the
plate this season with an average of 4.11 runs a game. The issue through
much of the first half has been an inconsistent pitching staff that is
ranked ninth in the NL with a team ERA of 3.69. Worley has been in and
out of the starting rotation and he will be making his first start since
July 8. The right-hander has been tagged for nine earned runs on 17
combined hits in his last three starts.


Both of these starters come into Tuesday’s game with more questions
than answers when it comes to current form. Given the ability that both
of these teams have to score runs I am going with the OVER 8 on BetAnySports’ betting odds for this game.





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BetAnySports’ MLB Pick of the Week: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Pittsburgh Pirates- Tuesday, July 22

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Sunday, July 20, 2014

Sunday Night Baseball: Los Angeles Dodgers (54-45) vs. St. Louis Cardinals (54-44)


Betting on St. Louis Cardinals Baseball


The Los Angeles Dodgers and the St. Louis Cardinals will both be
trying to pick up a win on Sunday when they battle at Busch Stadium.


The Dodgers will pin their hopes on the pitching of left hander
Clayton Kershaw in this game. Kershaw has a 11-2 record and a 1.77 ERA
this season.


Meanwhile, it’ll be Carlos Martinez who starts for the Cardinals.
Right hander Martinez is 2-4 with a 4.43 ERA so far this season.


Oddsmakers currently have the Dodgers listed as 190-moneyline
favorites versus the Cardinals, while the game’s total is sitting at 6½.








In their last action, Los Angeles was a 4-2 loser on the road against
the Cardinals. Bettors on St. Louis at +142 on the moneyline collected
their winnings from that game, while the total score (6) sent UNDER
bettors home happy as well.


Los Angeles:

Team record: 54-45

The total has gone UNDER in 6 of LA Dodgers’s last 7 games

LA Dodgers is 1-5 SU in its last 6 games on the road

The total has gone UNDER in 4 of LA Dodgers’s last 5 games on the road

The total has gone UNDER in 5 of LA Dodgers’s last 6 games when playing St. Louis


St. Louis:

Team record: 54-44

St. Louis is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games

The total has gone OVER in 4 of St. Louis’s last 6 games

St. Louis is 5-1 SU in its last 6 games at home

The total has gone UNDER in 14 of St. Louis’s last 19 games at home





Next up:

LA Dodgers at Pittsburgh Monday, July 21

St. Louis home to Tampa Bay Tuesday, July 22


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Sunday Night Baseball: Los Angeles Dodgers (54-45) vs. St. Louis Cardinals (54-44)