We’ve just put another MLB All Star game in the books, and heading towards Major League Baseball’s proverbial trade deadline. As with years past, there is a whole bunch of conjecture out there. We could dust off our magic crystal ball and attempt to foretell who will change jerseys and what new city might be […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
There are a number of bets you can make throughout any sports’ season. Besides wagering on individual game odds or player prop bets, you can bet on more general outcomes. One is to wager on future results such as which team will win the league title.
Since we’re just over one month into the MLB season, betting on a team to win it all is one type of futures bet. Early in the season is when individual team odds can be very appealing. Here is a look at FanDuel’s sportsbook odds of winning the 2019 World Series.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The era of sports betting took a dramatic turn in May 2018. The US Supreme Court overturned a 1992 federal law that prohibited sports gambling across every state except Nevada. With this monumental ruling, the door swung wide open for sports betting in the United States. Major League Baseball must have been reading the tea leaves before the court’s ruling…Please, blog, may I have some more?
Major League Baseball Looks to Smack a Home Run as Legal Online Sports Betting Grows in Popularity
Professional baseball players will officially lace up their cleats for opening day 2019, earlier than ever before in history. This news will certainly attract some level of interest, especially in places where winter hasn’t yet given up its grip. There is also going to be another first that will have the baseball world talking even louder. For the first time in modern history, it will be legal in designated venues to bet on Major League Baseball games.
When the United States Supreme Court struck down the law that forbade states from permitting sports betting, the door was opened, if only slightly ajar. Delaware and New Jersey were the first states to swing that door wide open. So, now that sports betting is no longer against federal law, what should you expect from MLB’s stance concerning online sports betting?Please, blog, may I have some more?