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In a crowded AL West, the Oakland Athletics are flying under the radar

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https://baseballwithrj.com - It’s tough to standout as a fourth-place team, but the Oakland Athletics are used to the underdog role. The A’s have, in recent history, been forced to make the most of having less than their opponents. They are doing it again in 2018, but with players that are worth paying attention to this time. First […]
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The Home Run Epidemic: Magic Baseballs Mysteriously Fly Farther

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https://baseballwithrj.com - Embed from Getty Images If you’ve been a baseball fan for any amount of time, you’ve likely already noticed a surprising little mystery we might call the “home run epidemic.” Not an official name, of course, but it says everything there is to say. Rather, it points to the question lots of insiders and even…
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Why the Rays unique approach to starting pitching makes sense

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https://baseballwithrj.com - A few weeks ago, the Tampa Bay Rays began to question the traditional usage a multi-inning pitcher to start MLB games in a very public way. Rather than beginning the proceedings with a hurler capable of facing an opposing lineup multiple times, Rays manager Kevin Cash opted to start Sergio Romo, normally a reliever used […]
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It’s All in the Family

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https://baseballwithrj.com - When the Giants called up Dereck Rodriquez, the son of Hall of Famer Pudge Rodriguez to its major league team, it was just the latest of father-son and even grandfather-father-son connections in major league baseball. Sure, the family name and heritage plays a role in all sports but when it happens in baseball, it brings back fond memories and marks the passage of…
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MLB Picks and Winning Favorites – August 17th

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https://mybookie.ag - For the teams on the outside looking in at the playoffs, there is a growing sense of desperation among the main MLB picks. Each passing day gets us one step closer to the end of the regular season, which means limited opportunities to make a postseason run. Moreover, feel free to review the current baseball […]
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College Football Week 2: Louisville at North Carolina Betting Lines

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https://mybookie.ag - Week 1 wasn’t great for the ACC. Florida State was dominated by Alabama, North Carolina was stunned at home and No. 16 Louisville barely escaped a bad team. The Cards and Heels square off in big early-season conference game on Saturday in College Football Week 2. As of now, the Tar Heels head into this […]
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Potential landing spots for Hanley Ramirez

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https://baseballwithrj.com - The Boston Red Sox officially parted ways with Hanley Ramirez on Friday after designating him for assignment last week. It’s a decision that looks questionable now given the recent injuries to right fielder Mookie Betts and second baseman Dustin Pedroia. Nevertheless, there is bound to be a market for the former All-Star despite his less […]
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NHL Playoff Advice – Can the Pens score their way to a threepeat?

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http://deadhitsports.com -   The Pittsburgh Penguins are stacked offensively. They’ve got sniper and finisher and sniper and finisher. From Sid the Kid to Geno, from Phil to Horny. The Pens have enough firepower to make another Stanley Cup playoff run. The only problem? They give up goals. After the Montreal Canadiens got shut out in back-to-back games,...The post NHL Playoff Advice – Can the Pens score their way to a threepeat? appeared first on .

How to Bet Arizona State at Colorado NCAAB Lines & Expert Pick

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https://mybookie.ag - Was Arizona State overrated? The Sun Devils are still fourth in the country but are 0-1 in the Pac-12 as they head to struggling Colorado in conference action on Thursday night. The Buffs lost their lone game vs. a ranked team this season. ASU is the NCAAB lines favorite for this matchup. How to Bet […]The post How to Bet Arizona State at Colorado NCAAB Lines & Expert Pick appeared first on Mybookie Sportsbook.

Selection Corner – 2017 Week 3 NFL Picks

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http://deadhitsports.com -   It was a disappointing .500 week for our NFL picks in Selection Corner last week, leaving at respectable 5-3 on the season. So we’re raring to go with a few gems in Week 3. We’ve already dispatched some pretenders (hello, Jacksonville) and we’re seeing some contenders emerge that weren’t necessarily on the football experts’...The post Selection Corner – 2017 Week 3 NFL Picks appeared first on .

Super Bowl LII Prop Bets Surrounding the National Anthem

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https://mybookie.ag - If you’re looking forward to Super Bowl 52 and you love making wagers on a bunch of stuff besides the game itself, then you’re going to have plenty of chances to cash in before the biggest and final game of the NFL season goes down thanks to the multitude of Super Bowl LII Prop Bets […]The post Super Bowl LII Prop Bets Surrounding the National Anthem appeared first on Mybookie Sportsbook.

The Smallest of the Big and the Biggest of the Small

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https://baseballwithrj.com - Baseball is played in almost any nook and cranny of America, as well as in many parts of the world. Most of the focus is on Major League Baseball. Big cities, big stadiums and teams with long histories. What are the smallest of the big league cities, however? What then, are the biggest cities without […]
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Early 2018 Formula 1 Betting Predictions

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https://mybookie.ag - As far as global sports spectacles go, it’s tough to beat the appeal of Formula 1. It’s a glamorous, high-paced sport that delivers thrills on a weekly basis, whilst also making stops in some of the most exotic locales in the world. As big as the organization has been over the years, there has been […]The post Early 2018 Formula 1 Betting Predictions appeared first on Mybookie Sportsbook.

The MLB Draft is Upon Us

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https://baseballwithrj.com - Major League’s Baseball’s draft is in early June and will affect baseball’s future for years to come. Baseball’s drafts are so much more challenging to rate because of age and experience differences and the process it takes to get from the draft to playing in the Major Leagues. Joe Nuxhall, who ended up pitching more games […]
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