Five days ago I previewed the Diamondbacks and Padres from Petco Park and I recommended backing Zack Greinke against Jhoulys Chacin. Greinke pitched better than I figured he would but
I’m adding a second play to the card tonight in addition to the Royals and Rangers, which you can also find on Twitter as a play. This one is a little more
I was stuck between the Diamondbacks and the over in Wednesday’s write-up. Turns out Jhoulys Chacin throws a gem and beats Greinke, 1-0. Padres and the under. These things happen.
Errors tipped the total over in our last play, last week in the Rays and Yankees game. That drops the write-ups to 1-2-1 midway through April and I’ve got some
Tyler Glasnow‘s first start of the season did not go the way we had hoped it would, as indicated by that balloonish ERA of his. But there sure is something
I can remember watching baseball from about 1999 on, and aside from their recent meanderings into the early stages of the NL playoffs, the Pirates have never been good. The
Nice to get that first one with Minnesota on Opening Day. You may notice I don’t have a record at the footer today. Truth is, I don’t bet all of
It isn’t the opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament and it can’t live up to Super Bowl Sunday, but Opening Day is as good as any other to bet on sports.
The ever-present possibility of a shocking turn of events is what makes sports in America so great. Unforeseen results draw us toward the games we love, but it’s at least
On the morning of October 31st I came to know the World Series would extend into November when I heard a BBC radio report that the Cubs beat the Indians