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Baseball betting: This year’s strongest rotations


Clayton Kershaw is just one piece of the strongest money line rotation in baseball. (Los Angeles Times). In my columns from last season, I regularly argued why pitching is such a deciding factor in successful baseball betting. Heck, when the Seattle Mariners fell out of playoff contention, I had a great self-debate about whether or not to bet on the More...

by Nate Simms | Published 7 months ago

Few have changed the game like this guy.
By Shawn Paul Wood On Saturday, March 8th, 2014
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RIP: Dr. Frank Jobe, father of Tommy John surgery (1926-2014)

Few have changed the game like Dr. Frank Jobe. It was 1974, in the middle of July, when a Los Angeles Dodgers ace pitcher was mowing down Les Expos. In the top of the third inning, something went awry — two More...

Chris Perez Lindsay Lohan Darryl Strawberry
By Jeff Dickinson On Friday, December 27th, 2013

Playing six degrees of Lindsay Lohan Dodgers separation

Lindsay Lohan and Darryl Strawberry have ties to the Los Angeles Dodgers. This is an historic column for me and Through The Fence Baseball! In case you’re keeping track at home, it’s not a significant column More...

By Chol Souders On Thursday, December 5th, 2013

Red Sox in play for potential Matt Kemp deal

Could Matt Kemp being making a move from the West Coast to the East Coast? (cbssports.com) It is the beginning of December and the Hot Stove is heating up! The latest rumor has the Boston Red Sox being in play to More...

alexander guerrero
By Jeff Dickinson On Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

Los Angeles Dodgers actively quiet … so far

Is that the Los Angeles Dodgers’ new infielder Alexander Guerrero, or Hulk Hogan? It has been an interesting offseason so far for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Some may say things have been quiet in Los Angeles More...

The great PETCO Park in downtown San Diego
By Zach Herman On Friday, November 1st, 2013

Why the West Coast fan gets no love

The great PETCO Park in downtown San Diego. When I first moved to San Diego in 2008, I felt the same way most people around the country felt about West Coast baseball. I figured a West Coast fan was someone who More...

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