Month

July

17
Yoan Moncada rejoins White Sox from 10 day injury list

Yoán Moncada is back with the White Sox, and that’s good news when it comes to his ability to be a part of the Opening Day roster. Moncada was located on the 10-day injured list last Friday, and with no reason or timetable for his return provided by the White Sox, there were legitimate questions as to whether he’d be ready for Opening Day on July 24. But back in major league camp with a week before the season begins, Moncada could have enough ramp-up time to be ready for the season-opener versus the Minnesota Twins. Whether a week will be […]

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July

16
Truth about hot numbers in Roulette

You can find numerous attitudes about the game of roulette among gamblers. Most roulette players do believe in hot numbers, and this post is meant to disclose the truth about that phenomenon. A roulette wheel has 38 numbers on it, which means that the odds of a specific number coming up are easy to calculate (1/38, or 37 to 1). This, of course, assumes that each number has an equal possibility of coming up. Modern casinos use well-calibrated roulette wheels. They change them out regularly so they don’t get worn out. And they also move the roulette tables around in the casino, […]

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July

15
NYRA closes Saratoga to Out-of-Town Jockeys

The New York Racing Association Inc., (NYRA) today revealed updated health and safety protocols to address the rise in confirmed COVID-19 cases among jockeys around the country. Until further notice, Saratoga Race Course will be closed to out-of-town jockeys. In addition, any member of the regular NYRA jockey colony who travels to ride at any other racetrack will not be permitted to return to Saratoga Race Course. “These measures prioritize the health and safety of the jockeys competing in New York, and are designed to combat the spread of COVID-19,” said NYRA President and CEO Dave O’Rourke. “Unfortunately, the restrictive […]

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July

14
Rockets Westbrook tests positive of covid-19

Houston Rockets guard Russell Westbrook shed some light Monday regarding his absence from the team at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in the Walt Disney World Resort by revealing he tested positive for Covid-19 prior to the club’s departure for Orlando, Fla. Westbrook posted the revelation to Twitter and Instagram. “I tested positive for Covid-19 prior to my team’s departure to Orlando,” Westbrook wrote. “I’m currently feeling well, quarantined and looking forward to rejoining my teammates when I am cleared. Thank you all for the well wishes and continued support. Please take this virus seriously. Be safe. Mask up!” Houston participated in […]

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July

13
Bucs pass-rusher Shaq Barrett accepts franchise tender, files designation grievance

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have Shaquil Barrett in 2020, but it’s uncertain how much the team will pay him. Barrett informed the club he would accept the franchise tag Friday, but filed a grievance over the Bucs tagging him as a linebacker instead of a defensive end. Barrett, 27, has $2 million in reasons for filing that grievance, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. That’s how much extra money Barrett would have made had the Bucs designated him as a defensive end. Players who accept the franchise tag are paid based on the top-5 highest-paid players at their position. Franchised defensive ends are expected […]

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July

10
Horse named after fauci wins race at keeneland

A young Thoroughbred with a celebrity namesake broke his maiden during the second day of Keeneland’s five-day Summer Meet. Fauci, a 2-year-old colt trained by Wesley Ward, notched his first career triumph during his second career start in the opening race at the Lexington track on Thursday. Tyler Gaffalione steered the heavy favorite to a hard-fought victory in the 5 1/2-furlong, $70,000 turf contest. Fauci was the 5-2 morning-line favorite but was bet down to 1-1 odds at post time, perhaps due to the cachet carried by his moniker. Co-owner Phillip Antonacci named Fauci after Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National […]

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July

09
Rb Raheem Mostert request trade from 49ers

After demanding a raise the 49ers refused to give him, running back Raheem Mostert now has requested a trade, according to his agent, Brett Tessler. Mostert signed a three-year extension with the 49ers in 2019 that pays him $2.9 million per season—it’s a special-teams contract, as his agent pointed out. He had just 42 career carries before last season. But midway through the 2019 season, he became the 49ers lead running back and led the NFL in yards per carry with 5.6. He was one of the main reasons the 49ers went to the Super Bowl; they might not have […]

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July

08
Tips for gambling with small bankroll

Everyone dreams of gambling with an enormous stack of chips. It’s nice knowing you can take a chance on an iffy blackjack hand because you have the money to play another game. The same goes with any of the games at the casino. It’s just fun to play with a lot of money. But what happens when you don’t have a lot of money and you’re practicing better casino bankroll management? Don’t worry, you can still have fun gambling. It’s just as satisfying when you go from the short stack to the table leader as there is starting from the top […]

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July

07
MLB releases 2020 schedule

The Washington Nationals’ defense of the 2019 World Series championship will start on July 23rd, provided Major League Baseball can pull off a season during an ongoing pandemic. Reports that the Washington Nationals would be one of four teams playing on Opening Day for 2020’s MLB campaign on July 23rd came out a while back, but the MLB released the official, full schedule for the 60-game season. The Nationals’ 2020 campaign does officially start on the 23rd, when they’re booked to host the New York Yankees at 7:08 PM ET in Nationals Park in the season opener, which is scheduled to air on ESPN. […]

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July

06
Dodgers pitcher David Price says he won’t play 2020 season

David Price, the former Cy Young Award winner who was heading into his first campaign with the Los Angeles Dodgers, became the latest player to opt out of the 2020 season on Saturday, alluding to health concerns because of the coronavirus pandemic. Price joins Ryan Zimmerman and Joe Ross of the Washington Nationals, Ian Desmond of the Colorado Rockies and Mike Leake of the Arizona Diamondbacks on the list of players who have preferred not to take part in a season that will consist of 60 games amid strict social-distancing protocols. Price, 34, posted a message to Dodgers fans on his social media accounts that stated the following: […]

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