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April

30
Shaw, Lauer lead Brewers past Bauer, Dodgers 2-1

Travis Shaw hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning off Trevor Bauer, Eric Lauer won in his first start of the campaign and the Milwaukee Brewers defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1 on Thursday night. It was the first meeting of the two teams since the first round of last year’s NL playoffs, a two-game sweep by the World Series champion Dodgers. Bauer (3-1) permitted four hits, but the one that hurt was Shaw’s in the fourth. After Avisaíl García walked, Shaw drove a 2-2 curveball over the wall in right. “Probably the wrong pitch,” Bauer said. “Just frustrated with choosing the wrong one.” Bauer went eight […]

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April

29
Top Popular & Profitable Casino Games

Online casino games have come a long way since the invention and development of the Internet. Today, they give users with any type of gambling and let people feel as if they were gambling in real Las-Vegas casino halls. However, differently from traditional land-based casinos, they are more accessible. Lets check out our royal collection of the most popular casino games with the highest winning odds. Easy-to-Win Casino Games The main advantage of online casinos are the chances of a free play, as well as permanent promotions that lets you to play for real money without having to invest anything […]

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April

28
Kluber gets win, Yankees hit 3 HR in 5-1 win over Orioles

Corey Kluber has his best start in two years to gain his first victory for the Yankees, Kyle Higashioka homered again as he gains playing time from Gary Sánchez and New York beat the Baltimore Orioles 5-1 Tuesday night. Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton also homered — the Yankees are 9-0 when they go deep in the same game, including the playoffs. New York stopped a four-game skid at Camden Yards and at 10-13 moved into a tie with the Orioles for last in the AL East. Kluber (1-2), who signed an $11 million, one-year contract as a free agent, permitted one run and six hits with five […]

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April

27
Malathaat Made 5-2 Favorite for Kentucky Oaks

Shadwell Stable’s Malathaat , winner of Keeneland’s April 3 Central Bank Ashland Stakes (G1) last time out, has been made the 5-2 morning line favorite for the April 30 Longines Kentucky Oaks (G1). Trained by Todd Pletcher, the daughter of Curlin will break from post 10 under veteran rider John Velazquez. Co-second choices at 3-1 in the Oaks field are Larry Best’s OXO Equine’s Travel Column  (post 6) and Klaravich Stables’ Search Results  (post 12). The 147th Oaks, worth $1.25 million, will go as race 11 on Churchill Downs’ April 30 program with a arranged post-time of 5:51 p.m. ET. The Oaks has been dominated of late by trainers Brad Cox […]

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April

26
MRI on Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich’s back shows no major issues

The Milwaukee Brewers are moving along with their plan for Christian Yelich after an MRI on the slugger’s strained lower back showed no major issues. Yelich hasn’t played since April 11. He was eligible to come off the injured list this weekend, but the 2018 NL MVP was sent back to Milwaukee because manager Craig Counsell stated Yelich had hit a “plateau” in his recovery. “We basically just ruled out anything significant structurally that would show up on the MRI,” Counsell said before Sunday’s series finale versus the Cubs. “We still need to make progress to get him back on the field and so […]

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April

23
Spurs beat Pistons 106-91 to snap 5-game home skid

Derrick White had 26 points, Jakob Poeltl added 17 points and 11 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs defeat the Detroit Pistons 106-91 on Thursday night to snap a five-game home losing streak. Lonnie Walker added 18 points and Rudy Gay had 14 for San Antonio. Josh Jackson had 29 points to lead Detroit. At 18-42, the Pistons have the worst record in the Eastern Conference. The Spurs have won three of four to move into ninth in the Western Conference ahead of the Golden State Warriors. They would face each other in the play-in tournament if the standings stay the same. San Antonio swept the two-game series with Detroit, winning […]

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April

22
How The Mathematician Used Science to Win in The Casino

“If you are so smart, why are you so poor?” — this famous phrase stated by the well-known American mathematician Edward Thorp inspired many people to review their approaches to gambling. During his life, this man managed to win big in the casino and then make another $800 million on Wall Street. How did his interest in gambling and math help him to become a millionaire? Let’s figure out. The Guy Who Invented Counting Strategy for Baccarat In 1962, Thorp’s book “Beat the Dealer” on the winning strategies in blackjack made the casino world go wild. With the mathematician Claude […]

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April

21
Brooklyn Nets guard James Harden suffers setback in hamstring rehab, out indefinitely

James Harden experienced what the Brooklyn Nets are calling a “setback” in his hamstring rehabilitation and is now out indefinitely. “Back to square one,” Nets coach Steve Nash stated Tuesday. “We’ll rehabilitate him and get him back whenever we can, and who knows when that will be. We’ll support James and our performance team in getting him back in as best condition as possible. And hopefully that comes sooner than later, but there’s no guarantee.” Harden experienced the setback Monday during an “on-court rehab session” and had an MRI on Tuesday, according to the team’s statement. Nash said that Harden didn’t fall or […]

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April

20
Letruska Outduels Monomoy Girl in Apple Blossom

The Apple Blossom Handicap (G1) delivered the electrifying stretch duel that was expected from a $1 million race featuring two champions. At the top of the long stretch at Oaklawn Park, Monomoy Girl forged to a slim lead but could not draw off as the rival inside of her stuck to her like a piece of Velcro. The two distaff runners then engaged in an epic clash to the wire as the determined mare on the inside would not back down after being passed by the two-time Longines Breeders’ Cup Distaff (G1) winner. In the final strides, she stuck her nose in front, and […]

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April

19
Bam! Adebayo’s jumper lifts Heat past Nets, 109-107

Bam Adebayo’s 13-foot jumper rattled in as time expired, and the Miami Heat beats the Brooklyn Nets 109-107 on Sunday to snap a three-game slide. Adebayo had 21 points and 15 rebounds for the Heat, who trailed by six points in the final minutes before finishing the game on a 10-2 run. Goran Dragic scored 18 points, Kendrick Nunn scored 17 and Trevor Ariza had 15 for Miami. Landry Shamet had 30 points for Brooklyn, and Kyrie Irving scored 20 for the Nets. Brooklyn played again without James Harden, sidelined with a hamstring issue, and lost Kevin Durant early in the first quarter with a left thigh contusion. Jimmy Butler — who called the Heat “soft” after […]

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