Win totals for all 30 MLB clubs have been posted, presenting intriguing wagering opportunities for bettors willing to put in the time and effort. On Tuesday we previewed three American League team win totals, and today we'll turn our attention to the National League.
Win totals for all 30 MLB clubs have been posted at BetAmerica, presenting intriguing wagering opportunities for bettors willing to put in the time and effort. Or you can take a shortcut and invest in these three sides we've selected.
The Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal has dominated the baseball news cycle, but have their odds to win the World Series changed?
Unlike last offseason, the free agent cupboard has been raided, with most of the premier options having already inked deals with their new (or old) clubs. But these five players are still on the open market with less than 40 days until pitchers and catchers report.
Last year's MLB offseason progressed at a snail’s pace, but there has already been a flurry of activity this year. With the Winter Meetings in the rear-view mirror, it’s a good time to review the five biggest offseason moves to date.
Gerrit Cole in moving north. The three-time All-Star has agreed to a nine-year, $324 million contract with the New York Yankees that will make him the highest paid pitcher in baseball history. The deal comes just two days after the Washington Nationals re-upped World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg to a then-record seven-year, $245 million deal.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, let’s reflect on the biggest turkeys of the year, including an unlucky kicker, polarizing NFL figures, a historical fail in the postseason and one master tennis troll.
We often hear about the worst MLB free agent contracts that have been handed out in years past, but today we’ll celebrate the best five signings in recent memory.
The Braves broke the seal on baseball's "Hot Stove" season when they signed reliever Will Smith on Thursday, but these three teams are expected to be the most active clubs throughout the winter.
As Major League Baseball general managers prepare to shell out massive contracts during the offseason, we decided to review some of the worst deals made over the last decade.