Archive for June, 2019
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 >
FAMED SANTA ANITA RACETRACK CLOSED
One of Thoroughbred Racings’ most famous venues has been closed after the deaths of more than 30 horses so far in 2019. The governor of California has stepped in and authorized the suspension of operations at famed Santa Anita Park at Arcadia, California.
Santa More >
ROOKIE WALK-OFF TRIFECTA
The odds against its happening would have been astronomical even if some visionary oddsmaker had put up a line on three walk off homers, three nights in a row, all hit by three different rookies on the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team. Nothing even close has happened like More >
WHO SHOT BIG PAPI?
The baseball world is in shock and disbelief.
First it was reported as an attempted robbery in a bar in the Dominican Republic. Then no. Surveillance video shows that it was a direct assassination attempt, from ambush, on David Ortiz, one of the most beloved sports heroes of More >
PEBBLE BEACH HOSTS THE US OPEN
About half way up the Pacific coastline of California lies the seemingly enchanted seaside city of Pebble Beach. It’s enchanted because few places on earth display such dramatic beauty on such a small piece of rugged coastline known as the Monterey Peninsula and More >
WHAT IS THE BEST PAY PER HEAD (PPH) SERVICE?
Are you searching Google for the Best Pay Per Head PPH Service?
You’ll find a whole range of options, some might look legit, but others are obvious scams.
Most people don’t even know what a “pay per head service” is — or what it has to offer, much less More >
THE LEGEND OF BART STARR
Professional Football fans who were around at the very beginning of the fledgling NFL all remember Bart Starr as a hero, and a gentleman, for he was both. The gentleman part came naturally to him being born down south in the great state of Alabama, where chivalry was still More >
Down off the white sandy beaches of the Gulf of Mexico at Destin, Florida, the movers and shakers who run the Southeastern Conference, aka. The SEC, held their annual spring meetings in May, and actually got something done this time around.
The long overdue change to the outdated policy of not More >
TIME FOR TACITUS
As the contending horses paraded themselves in front of the capacity gallery at Churchill Downs this year for the Kentucky Derby, one horse stood out as if he had a subtle aura of energy around him, the big Gray, Tacitus. Named after a Roman emperor, this horse carried himself More >