The Best Sports Moments of 2015

New Year’s is almost upon us, with several major championships coming up and a lot to engage the excitement of fans and sports bettors in 2016. We’ll keep providing those who utilize our handicapping consulting services with picks to enhance their pocketbook, but for now we’d like to take one last moment to look back […]

Update on World Series 2015

Back when we made our World Series 2015 predictions, we posed a couple of possibilities for who might wind up on top at the end of the regular season. We figured that the Kansas City Royals would become the unquestioned leaders of the American League, and we really didn’t give too much credence to any […]

2015 NL Cy Young Award Candidates

It’s been a while since we posted our 2015 World Series predictions. Now, as the 2015 MLB regular season is drawing to a close, we’d like to discuss the Cy Young Awards. For ease of reading, we will be splitting the National League and American League into separate articles so that we may discuss more […]

2015 World Series Predictions

It’s been nearly a month since the All-Star break, so now seems as good a time as any to check in on the MLB with our 2015 World Series predictions. The 2015 World Series is currently scheduled to begin in late October, with a possible Game 7 date of November 4. Due to the results […]

The 10 Most Insane Baseball Traditions

Mayor Martin J. Walsh of Boston recently made headlines when he voiced his desire to ban the use of “smokeless tobacco” products from Fenway Park. According to Boston Red Sox owner John Henry, the idea is a good one. There are many solid reasons for this, largely pertaining to cancer and other diseases that can […]

The 2015 All-Star Game That Nobody Saw

The MLB had the 2015 All-Star Game this week, and it was pretty fun. The thing is, that while about 10.9 million people tuned in their television sets to watch the game, the 6.6 rating on Fox was actually the lowest rating of all time for the game. The last record low was in 2012, […]

Sports Contracts with Odd Stipulations

It’s no secret that most major sports leagues are run like a business. That’s partly why, especially in a relatively dead time of year when most major sports are in the offseason, a good portion of the sports news you’ll read pertains to front office happenings. But the front office isn’t always great at what […]

Things to Know About the Cardinals Hacking Scandal

It’s been a great year for controversy. While it seemed like the biggest sports-related controversies we might hear about for a while were to be the controversies sweeping the NFL offseason, we now have a new story in the form of the Cardinals hacking scandal. In case you haven’t heard (it’s fairly recent news), the […]

MLB Rookies Looking Good This Season

Back in January, MLB.com published a list of MLB rookies they thought could vie for the title of Rookie of the Year this season. This list was naturally a little bit preemptive, having been published well before the start of the regular season. And while we’re only a couple of months in right now, we […]

MLB’s Most Valuable Teams

Forbes recently put out an article where they discussed the monetary value of Major League Baseball, which was estimated to be around $36 billion in total. The average monetary worth of each individual team is estimated to be around $1.2 billion. To arrive at these figures, Forbes had to look at a massive amount of […]