Article posted on Monday 11 February
Will it be third-time lucky for the Los Angeles Dodgers during the 2019 Major League Baseball Season? The Dodgers have represented the National League in the past two World Series, losing in five games last season to the Boston Red Sox and in seven games to the Houston Astros in 2017. Seven teams have lost back-to-back World Series titles and two teams lost three straight - the New York Giants (1911-13) and the Detroit Tigers (1907-09).
Article posted on Friday 09 November
History does tend to repeat itself, so perhaps it shouldn't be all that surprising to see the last two World Series winners listed as the odds-on favorites to emerge as champions of the Fall Classic in 2019. In their World Series future book, Bovada has opened with the reigning titlist Boston Red Sox as the chalk at +650, just ahead of the 2017 World Series champion Houston Astros at +700.
Article posted on Thursday 04 October
There's no sport with a more unpredictable postseason than Major League Baseball. With such a premium on pitching, the team whose arms prove capable of dominating can overtake a short series and lead their team on a path to victory. A team with a plethora of power pitchers that can strike out batters efficiently and keep the basepaths clear, thus avoiding the potential for surrendering the big inning, are always teams that are worthy of backing.
Article posted on Tuesday 25 September
When handicappers set out to establish the odds on a Major League Baseball game, the first item that they take into consideration are the opposing starting pitchers. No two players in a baseball game will have a more profound impact on the outcome of the game than these two fellows, and that impact can be either positive or negative. Items including past performances, pitching styles and matchups will be analyzed.
Article posted on Friday 03 April
Hard as it may be to believe, the 2015 baseball season begins Sunday night at Wrigley Field in Chicago when the Cubs host the St. Louis Cardinals. It's certainly possible […]
Article posted on Monday 16 February
Bovada has released win totals for the upcoming baseball season and to no surprise the Washington Nationals and LA Dodgers are listed with the most. The Phillies have the fewest.