Category: MLB Betting

  • Morales, Beltré, Abreu, Cabrera y Lindor se lucen en las Grandes Ligas

    Tras una semana brillante con el madero en la mano, los cubanos Kendrys Morales (Reales) y José Abreu (Medias Blancas), los dominicanos Adrián Beltré (Rangers) y Melky Cabrera (Medias Blancas) y el puertorriqueño Francisco Lindor (Indios) fueron los latinos más destacados en ese trayecto. Click here to read the full article…

  • Morales, Beltré, Abreu, Cabrera y Lindor se lucen en las Grandes Ligas

    Tras una semana brillante con el madero en la mano, los cubanos Kendrys Morales (Reales) y José Abreu (Medias Blancas), los dominicanos Adrián Beltré (Rangers) y Melky Cabrera (Medias Blancas) y el puertorriqueño Francisco Lindor (Indios) fueron los latinos más destacados en ese trayecto. Click here to read the full article…

  • No one tried to embarrass Frank Robinson and got away with it

    The late Hall of Famer’s talent and competitive fire drove him both as a player and as MLB’s first African-American manager. Click here to read the full article…

  • Edmonds feels healthy heading in 2008

    Jim Edmonds is enjoying an offseason without surgery. After the St. Louis Cardinals won the 2006 World Series, the four-time All-Star outfielder had operations on his right shoulder and left toe. He batted just .222 in April. “I wasn’t even close to healthy,” he said. He wound up batting .252 with 12 homers and 53…

  • Edmonds feels healthy heading in 2008

    Jim Edmonds is enjoying an offseason without surgery. After the St. Louis Cardinals won the 2006 World Series, the four-time All-Star outfielder had operations on his right shoulder and left toe. He batted just .222 in April. “I wasn’t even close to healthy,” he said. He wound up batting .252 with 12 homers and 53…

  • A-Rod, replay hot topics at GM meetings

    After spending a month publicly campaigning that Alex Rodriguez has baseball’s highest value, agent Scott Boras says he’s going to be more quiet now that the general managers’ annual meetings are about to begin. Boras arrived in Orlando, Fla., on Friday to begin setting up for this year’s session, which starts Monday and runs through…

  • A-Rod, replay hot topics at GM meetings

    After spending a month publicly campaigning that Alex Rodriguez has baseball’s highest value, agent Scott Boras says he’s going to be more quiet now that the general managers’ annual meetings are about to begin. Boras arrived in Orlando, Fla., on Friday to begin setting up for this year’s session, which starts Monday and runs through…

  • A-Rod, replay hot topics at GM meetings

    After spending a month publicly campaigning that Alex Rodriguez has baseball’s highest value, agent Scott Boras says he’s going to be more quiet now that the general managers’ annual meetings are about to begin. Boras arrived in Orlando, Fla., on Friday to begin setting up for this year’s session, which starts Monday and runs through…

  • Source: Pirates to name Russell manager

    John Russell, let go by the Pirates as their third-base coach only two seasons ago, will succeed Jim Tracy as Pittsburgh’s manager, a source with knowledge of the hiring told Sports Betting News on Saturday night. Russell, who lost his previous job in Pittsburgh following former Pirates manager Lloyd McClendon’s firing in September 2005, will…

  • Cubs, Ward exercise $1.2M mutual option

    The Chicago Cubs and Daryle Ward exercised a $1.2 million mutual option for next season, but the team declined options on outfielder Cliff Floyd and pitcher Steve Trachsel on Saturday. Ward, primarily a pinch hitter, batted .327 in 79 games last season after signing as a free agent. The left-handed batter led the team with…

  • Sosa seeking $7M contract in 2008

    Sammy Sosa wants to play in the majors next year, provided a team offers him a contract for at least $7 million. Sosa hit 21 home runs with 92 RBIs this season with Texas. He sat out in 2006, the Rangers gave him a $500,000, one-year contract, and he made $1.35 million more in performance…

  • Red Sox’s Farrell not interested in Bucs

    Boston Red Sox pitching coach John Farrell pulled his name out of consideration Friday for the Pittsburgh Pirates’ managing job. Farrell wants to manage in the majors, and he moved from Cleveland’s front office to the Red Sox’s bench last season partly for that reason. Farrell, however, said in a statement that this is not…