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MLB Betting News: Rockies call up homer-prone, strikeout artist, rookie, lefty

06.27.2012     06:27 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Washington (Zimmermann) at Colorado (Cabrera)

If you are pitching in the Colorado Rockies farm system, get ready dude because your number is about to be called. The Rocks dipped into Double-A and grabbed lefty Edwar Cabrera for tonight's game vs. Washington. According to the Denver Post, Cabrera throws a "wicked change-up, a good sinker and a developing sinker." In 2011 he led the minors in strikeouts with 217; 82 in 98 IP at Double-A Tulsa in this year. Cabrera has also allowed 15 home runs because why would Colorado want to call up a guy prone to giving up the long ball for a home start? Crazy, right? 

"I made it my goal to reach the big leagues this year. I was surprised when they told me. But I have been pitching with all of my heart and all of my mind to get here," said Cabrera, who will wear No. Read more

Tags: MLB Colorado Rockies

Legalized sports betting in the United States: What does it mean for bettors?

06.26.2012     01:21 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
Brandywine president Joe Asher wrote and pro-gambling article supporting New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's push for legalized sports betting. Asher obviously has an agenda – legalized sports betting could mean big bucks for Brandywine. And the article’s vanilla approach was probably premeditated considering it was published on – I highly doubt many readers made a 5-inning line bet today. But with sports betting being such a hot topic in the mainstream media, opinions like these – no matter what the motive – deserve to be dissected from someone who actually bets on a daily basis. 

Asher starts out by harping about the lack of protection for bettors using offshore sportsbooks.

These illegal wagers—placed through "street bookies" and offshore web sites—are unregulated, untaxed, and leave bettors—who simply want a little action on the game—totally unprotected. Legalizing and taxing sports betting is an easy way for cash-strapped states to raise Read more

Tags: Andrew Lange

Technology could be the answer to accurately judging a boxing match

06.26.2012     07:24 AM     Printer Friendly
Boxing may have found a more accurate way of judging fights thanks to a little computer chip. PunchForce is a device place on boxers' gloves that measures the speed and force of a punch. The original thought behind it was to broadcast the data for television viewers. But in the wake of the infamous Pacquiao-Bradley fight, some are saying it should be used by judges. PunchForce is owned by HBO and is slated to launch in January of 2013.

"You just have to look at the blogs (to see that) there is a lot of argument about judging bias and refereeing bias," said Edis, now a new-media professor at New York University. But "numbers don't lie, and people having access to that data in real time, that can shine a light on the sport."

MLB Betting Notes: Latos felt Indians knew what was coming

06.25.2012     11:54 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Cincinnati's Mat Latos hinted that the Cleveland Indians where stealing signs during last week's game. The Indians pounded Latos for three homers and seven runs in four innings. Two of the long balls came with a runner on second base. Note that Cleveland's lineup was nearly all lefty and lefties have given Latos a ton of problems this season (.319 BAA, .903 OPS).

"I was a little up in the zone. I thought I made some good pitches that they spit on with a runner on second base," said Latos (via, after giving up seven runs on eight hits in just four innings on Monday. "I suppose it was kind of ironic. We changed up the signs, for the last hitter unfortunately. The outcomes changed when we changed up the signs today."

Tags: MLB Cincinnati Reds

MLB Betting Notes: Positive signs for Seattle's Felix Hernandez

06.23.2012     07:01 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Seattle (Hernandez) -140 at San Diego (Marquis) O/U 6.5

Seattle’s Felix Hernandez had a rough month-long stretch with back problems and only one quality start. It wasn't until his last outing that he finally looked like his old self: 7 IP, 1 ER, 1 BB, 7 Ks vs. San Francisco. According to one team blog, it appears that King Felix made some minor mechanical adjustments. Also note that in comparison to earlier this year, his velocity was up.

Felix made a tweak to his position on the mound, he got comfortable with it, and he says he felt terrific. Before that, he didn't feel terrific, and his performance wasn't terrific. If Felix used to face the catcher right on, I don't know what would've made that change, but now it looks like it's changing back. After one start, signs are positive.

Tags: MLB Seattle Mariners San Diego Padres

Nevada hands out online gaming licenses to IGT and Bally

06.22.2012     10:37 AM     Printer Friendly
While William Hill just snagged a traditional gaming license for the state of Nevada, International Game Technology and Bally Technologies were approved for online gaming. According to the Gaming Control Board, online poker could be made available to state residents as early as late 2012/early 2013.

Nevada Control Board approves William Hill gaming license

06.22.2012     06:53 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Yesterday British bookmaker William Hill was officially granted a gaming license by the Nevada Control Board. William Hill recently purchased American Wagering, Inc., Brandywine LLC and Sierra Development Co. According to Hill's CEO, the company will operate at 159 locations within the state.

“I started filling out the application form on the day of the royal wedding (between Prince William and Kate Middleton) and didn’t finish it until well after it was over,” he said. “I never saw the wedding at all. I guess that’s why we have DVDs.”

Topping said he hopes to have William Hill’s operations running by the start of the National Football League season, but “we’re not going to cry in our onion soup if we don’t get there,” he said in an interview after the two-hour hearing.

“We not going to make false promises, but it’s a nice target to have,” he said.

Tags: Las Vegas

Irish bookmaker gives opinion on gambling in the United States

06.21.2012     01:26 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry. conducted an interview with an Irish bookie about the differences between European and US betting markets. His theories are fairly accurate, though he talks as if US bettors are still in the dark ages (see: his claim that we don't have access to as many NFL prop bets) and have no option other than to use a local named Stan. Playing online obviously isn't as convenient as it was 10 years ago, but nowadays, the old school local bookmaker has gone the way of off-screen shops and in some cases they offer more in terms of props than the big boys like Pinnacle, CRIS and 5Dimes. Not to mention any European sportsbook offering NFL prop bets is more than likely just copying them from a US source.

How does the betting experience in the US compare to that in Europe?
The online betting companies here in Europe are light years ahead of the US in terms of the product sophistication. For example, for an average NFL matchup, a US bookie might offer you only a few “markets,” or areas to bet on, such as who will win, total points, etc., but here, you'll have over Read more

Czech bettors think Czech team has no shot against Portugal

06.21.2012     07:56 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Ahh, the old bet against your favorite team trick. Not wanting to risk both emotional and financial defeat, Czech bettors are heavily supporting today's quarterfinal opponent Portugal. Portugal is a -150 favorite with the Czech Republic around +450. The draw is +250.

"About 90 percent of bets that we've accepted predict a Portugal win," Petr Srain, a spokesman for betting firm Fortuna, was quoted as saying in the Lidove Noviny newspaper.

"Either they win their bet or they'll celebrate the Czech Republic's qualification for the semi-final," he added.


Tags: Soccer

NBA Finals: Betting public favors OVER the total for tonight's Game 5

06.21.2012     07:39 AM     Printer Friendly
Oklahoma City at Miami -3 O/U 193.5

According to Sports Options, the "public" is in love with the OVER for tonight's Game 5 of the NBA Finals. Note that CRIS opened the game 193.5 and it hasn't budged. Pinnacle opened 193 and is now 193.5. A few Las Vegas sportsbooks including LVH and Wynn currently show 194.


Tags: NBA Oklahoma City Thunder Miami Heat


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