Dan Flaherty, editor of TheSportsNotebook.com, joins Greg DePalma to take their first look at Major League Baseball futures odds in 2016 as the Baltimore Orioles, New York Mets and San Francisco Giants get some early support. They’ll also take one last look at Final Four odds.
Ken Meringolo, owner of 1st Amendment Sports, joins Greg DePalma to preview the Washington Nationals‘ season and discuss their roster as new manager Dusty Baker seeks to return the club to the top of the National League East.
Greg DePalma and SBNation.com writer Ken Meringolo take a look at the Washington Nationals‘ roster to start spring training and decisions new manager Dusty Baker faces before Opening Day.
Greg DePalma and Howard Bender, managing editor at FantasyAlarm.com, take a “hot stove” look at key free-agent developments and trades bubbling around the major leagues. Topping the menu: Free-agent pitchers David Price and Zack Greinke.
The Kansas City Royals topped off the 2015 Major League Baseball season by winning the World Series. PSN picked them up as an early-season bargain.
Greg DePalma and Dan Flaherty of WinningEdge.com examine top teams and players to watch in their quest for a championship. The duo discusses the Kansas City Royals‘ title as 33-1 odds, and DePalma adds LSU to his college football portfolio at 10-1 before taking on Alabama.
Greg DePalma and Howard Bender, managing editor of FantasyAlarm.com, delve into World Series analysis and predictions as the Kansas City Royals seek the final summit against the upstart New York Mets.
Greg DePalma and Howard Bender, managing editor at FantasyAlarm.com, break down matchups as the Championship Series get underway in the NL and AL. The Kansas City Royals seek a World Series return as they take on the Toronto Blue Jays, while the upstart Chicago Cubs can end a 70-year World Series drought by beating the New York Mets.
Greg DePalma and Howard Bender, managing editor at FantasyAlarm.com, take a look at baseball’s playoff picture as the regular season heads to its final weekend. The St. Louis Cardinals again are the NL’s top seed, with the Toronto Blue Jays and Kansas City Royals dueling for the AL’s best record.
As the baseball season moves past the All-Star break, early plays on such teams as Kansas City and Washington are in prime position to yield results when the playoffs roll around.