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Chicago came into this season’s Stanley Cup Playoffs as a heavy favorite to win the Western Conference. After eliminating Minnesota in five games in the opening round followed by a dominating 4-1 victory in Game 1 of this series as a 191 home favorite, it appeared that it was well on its way fulfilling that prediction. That may have all changed after Saturday night’s 4-1 loss in Game 2 as a 196 favorite at home.
Heading that list is former West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin, who was drafted eighth overall by St. Louis after offensive and defensive lineman filled out the first seven selections in the draft. He has been opened as the odds-on-favorite to win Rookie of the Year at +300.
They say that the best bettors in the world are the ones that are smart enough to fade themselves. Losing 55% of your games can be just as profitable as winning 55%. Today, we’re going to look at some of the pitchers that have put the biggest dents in your bankroll in MLB betting action that you might be wise to fade the next time their spot comes up in the rotation.
Our MLB power poll is back, as we analyze all of the best and worst money teams in the bigs that MLB betting action has to offer through 4/15/13.
The 2013 MLB season has featured a lot of great pitching performances thus far this season. Take a look at some of the best arms in the bigs for your bankroll on the MLB odds.
At BangtheBook, we’ve already previewed every division one-by-one, but now it is time to take a look at five teams that may be overrated by the sportsbooks early in the year. Perception often isn’t reality early in the MLB season, and that is where you can make money betting on baseball in April and even May. Let’s take a look at five teams that are likely to disappoint in 2013.