THE BRITISH OPEN & THE CLARET JUG
This year’s British Open, aka ‘The Open’ will be a special event in many ways. The Open is the only one of the four ‘majors’ on the professional golfers tour played outside the USA and this will be only the second time that the British Open has been played outside More >
They have been talking about this on and off for a number of years now. Expanding the NFL season to 18 games would mean different things to different people. To the owners it’s more money, for the coaches and players it’s two extra weeks of work, for bookies More >
It’s not really a robot. It’s not even all that exotic. Utilizing a simple system of existing technology, the Atlantic League, aka the MLB minors, has implemented a system for determining strikes and balls which centers on a TrackMan computer which using Doppler radar to More >
Oddsmakers all across the country had to rush back to their calculators and crystal balls when this years’ NBA Playoffs MVP announced that he had just made a deal to play for Doc Richards and the Los Angeles Clippers for the foreseeable future. Ex-Raptor Kawhi Leonard More >
For almost 20 years now professional bookmakers have had the opportunity of contracting with an offshore service that provides them with everything they need to operate their business long term, day in and day out, utilizing modern More >
THE SEAN PAYTON RULE
Following the debacle which ended the Saints season on an obviously blown pass interference call late in last year’s NFC Championship game, the owners of the NFL Franchises, meeting in Phoenix this spring, have finally approved what amounts to a major shift in how the leagues’ More >
For the first time since 1951 the British Open, aka The Open, will be played on the historic links known as the Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland on the windy shores of the North Atlantic Ocean beginning on July 18th.
Local golfing hero Rory McElroy will More >
The long awaited premiere showing of MLB in Europe finally happened last weekend in the city of London during an unseasonal heat wave in England as temperatures soared into the 90’s at London Stadium in the Stratford district of downtown London.
London More >
It wasn’t so long ago that hearing someone talk about a sports book at Wrigley Field would lead one to think that it was part of a joke. That could never be. Could it?
Although nothing like that has happened as yet, the powers that be among major league teams, in More >
BREAKAWAY TIME FOR BOOKIES
It’s the slowest week in sports all year long. The NBA and NHL finals are finally over while NFL & NCAA Football is still on the horizon.
Looking back it seems the first half of the major league baseball season went by all too quickly. But here we are and it’s time for More >