Monthly Archives: November 2019

Daily Fantasy Baseball: quo vadis?

It seemed like nobody was able to stop fantasy sports. Over 10% of US citizens were playing and most of them for real money. What nobody really understands is why it’s supposed to be different to sports betting. As everybody knows, this is illegal in the US. But nobody really understands the reasons why. Sure,… Read More »

Mobile betting on Baseball

To me, mobile stuff is incredible. I’ve always been some sort of iPhone addict. Actually not really addict but I’ve been using it whenever I needed it. And that was pretty often the last couple of years. I’m also using it instead of other devices like navigational systems and stuff like that. But what I… Read More »

Baseball’s Death Is Just a Superficial Myth

Baseball has earned a huge mark when it comes to counting down some of America’s most favorite pastimes. Whereas there are other sports that could be in contention alongside the sport, baseball is actually a major item on many American TV and live game attendance statistics. There has been a misguided notion doing rounds that… Read More »

Jay Z present to Robinson Cano prompts MLBPA inquiry

Robinson Cano seems like a beleaguered man in a manner of sorts. He just fired his agent from 2011, Scott Boras and headed for rapper Jay-Z new sports agency. This has not only added fuel to rumors surrounding Cano’s free agency status, but increasingly opened up a new perspective. This could mean the second baseman… Read More »

Fantasy sports, stocks trading on sports and so on

I was really curious about the fantasy sports and now in 2014 it’s such a huge market. I cannot believe how it developed. I have never been that kind of person that had to bet on everything and needs to add excitement to sports. To be honest, if you are really enthusiastic you do not… Read More »

Reigniting Baseball Love in Your Populations

While there has been an ongoing debate whether baseball is losing its group on the thousands who made the game one of the popular in the US, a new angel has set in showing a sharp disinterest by kids in the game. According to previous observation by some media outlets, the number of young kids… Read More »

Rivera Wins Comeback Player Award

Mariano Rivera may have sat out most games in the 2012 season after collecting a numbing knee injury. His comeback into the scene was more than captivating, and ultimately has earned the Yankees more accolades to add to his trophy cabinet. After being selected to receive the Comeback Player of the Year in the American… Read More »

Yanks Looking For Possible Replacement For Roberto Cano

The air of apprehension and fear is slowly tightening its grip around the New York Yankees stable. Speculations have it that Roberto Cano, Yankees prized second baseman, could be wrapping up his contract with the club. According to rumors, Cano could be eyeing the free agent status prompting the general manager, Brian Cashman, to start… Read More »