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Baseball betting: This year’s strongest rotations

Rookie of the Year

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 1 year ago

Washington Nationals preview
By Russell Whiting On Tuesday, March 4th, 2014
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Washington Nationals preview: 2014 should be the year 2013 wasn’t

Doug Fister is just one reason the Nats can go all the way in 2014. (John McDonnell/The Washington Post) The 2014 season is the start of a new era for the Washington Nationals now that Davey Johnson has been guided More...

Matt Purke is closer to making the jump as a reliever than a starter for the Nationals. (Brad Barr/USA TODAY Sports)
By Chris Moran On Thursday, November 21st, 2013
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Arizona Fall League prospect: Matt Purke

Matt Purke is closer to making the jump as a reliever than a starter for the Nationals. (Brad Barr/USA TODAY Sports) Matt Purke made a name for himself after going 16-0 with 142 strikeouts in 116.1 innings in his More...

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By Tyler Maher On Wednesday, October 9th, 2013
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In 2013, Jayson Werth was worth every penny

Jayson Werth was quietly having an MVP-type year in 2013. In a season where they won 86 games, finished second in their division and made a late push for the playoffs, the Washington Nationals were considered underachievers. More...

NL wild card race
By Paul West On Thursday, September 19th, 2013
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NL Wild Card race: five key supporting characters

The NL wild card race will be determined when the Reds and Pirates play six times in each team’s last nine games. (Joe Robbins/Getty Images) As the Major League Baseball season winds down, the Atlanta Braves More...

Source: Orlando Sentinel
By Shawn Paul Wood On Thursday, September 19th, 2013
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Is the Marlins’ Jeffrey Loria the worst owner in sports?

It’s Miami. People spray paint on jerseys. It’s okay.   To answer that rhetorical question, let’s summon the nearly dead memory of L.A. Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling or the very dead More...


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