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Davidson excited about White Sox future

Written by Super User on Thursday, 05 January 2012 11:20. Posted in MLB Coverage

Chicago White Sox’s new third baseman Matt Davidson has admitted he is desperate for the new season to start following his move from the Arizona Diamondbacks. It’s been quite a year for the 22-year old, being traded to the White Sox in December in exchange for Addison Reed, as well as making his mark on the Futures Game in July.

During his appearance at the annual Futures Game – the all-star contest for promising prospects split among teams from the United States and the rest of the world – Davidson produced a sensational performance. During the July 14 game, Davidson hit a two-run home run to centre field in the fourth inning at New York's Citi Field, going on to win the MVP award in the United States' 4-2 victory, a result tipped by a number of Betfair customers ahead of the clash.

Davidson followed up his performance on the international stage by flying across the country and winning the Triple-A All-Star home run derby a day later in Reno, Nevada, making his mark with Betfair customers.

The fact that he was traded for a proven major league star could have the potential to heap too much pressure on the youngster’s shoulders, but when looking back at the last six months of 2013, Davidson has admitted he will just be looking to take everything in his stride.

"I just want to be on the field now. I just want to wake up, go work out, go play, go home and relax. I'm really looking forward to that."

Davidson will be battling it out with Conor Gillaspie and Jeff Keppinger as the White Sox third baseman options to start the 2014 season, in a fascinating MLB season that will be covered by Betfair, and the youngster may have to head back into the Triple-A league in order to prove himself, and the former 35th overall selection in the 2009 draft has made it clear he would be willing to do: “If I have to go to Triple-A and work on it, I will.”

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Will Prince Fielder follow Daddy’s footsteps?

Written by Super User on Thursday, 03 November 2011 10:52. Posted in MLB Coverage

There are news reports that the Mets are beingfinancially hit off the field due to money loss and they are trying to handle the situation. As such, all signs point to serious offseason payroll slashing because there may not be enough money for everyone on payroll in the Mets. Besides this small setback there are some MLB rumors that reveal that the Mets may get to sign one of the next winters’ biggest prizes. Cecil Fielder who is a big legend of the game may have a son who is looking for a team to follow in his father’s footsteps.

Cecil Fielder, who is a well, recognized star in the Yankees, has a son named Prince Fielder who also loves the game like his dad. The funniest thing is that as a first choice, the father did not choose the Yankees. In several news reports that he has been quoted speaking reveal that he does not want his son playing in the Bronx. At a charity event in the Yankees stadium, Cecil Fielder was quoted saying that he wants his son to land in New York but he doesn’t think that the Yankees will have him. Instead he prefers the Mets.

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Rookies With Upside

Written by Super User on Tuesday, 23 August 2011 09:28. Posted in NBA Coverage

The new NBA season will provide plenty to speculate about and one of the topics that will be worthy of that speculation will be which rookie - or rookies - will have the most upside or to contribute in their first year as an NBA player.

Even players taken in the first-round may not feature a lot yet, it depends where they fit into the overall system in their respective teams, but we think that this quartet will see plenty of game time for their respective teams:

We’ll start with Tony Mitchell, who was once viewed as a top-five pick after his first season at North Texas. Since then it hasn’t quite worked out for the point-forward but few players boast his combination of skill and athleticism, with the right coaching he could well improve further. He’s looked good during the summer league although games in that competition can sometimes be deceptive. There will still be an adjustment period, but Mitchell could very well become a big steal for the Detroit Pistons and has more than enough upside.

The Orlando Magic look to have picked up a “box-fresh” rookie in Victor Oladipo; he can physically play in the NBA from day one and few athletes have had his combination of strength and athletic ability coming out of college. He also has two skills that should earn him major minutes right away – he already plays as hard as anyone in the NBA, and secondly he can immediately be a lockdown defender. Punters at Betfair seem sure the Magic won’t be afraid to throw him in from the start.

Another rookie who is more than ready for the NBA is Anthony Bennett of the Cleveland Cavaliers, he has more than one-dimension and that will really make defences think about how to cover him; the Cavs really reached for Bennett with the No. 1 pick, so despite the logjam at power forward, you can expect him to get significant minutes.

To complete the quartet we have gone for Michael Carter-Williams who will see plenty of game time with the Philadelphia 76ers; he has athletic ability and size and his physical attributes will see him through his first season in the league. He can be a little wild and careless, but he does show special court vision and he’ll get plenty of time to show that at the 76ers.

Four players, four rookies – all have a big season in front of them but all have plenty of upside for teams that could have wildly differing seasons.

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Baseball, Fun, Baseball

Written by Super User on Saturday, 23 July 2011 10:55. Posted in MLB Coverage

How will life look at without baseball?

Thanks to some forum friends for sharing this amazing video! If this guy's baseball career doesn't work out, he should look into gymnastics.

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Hartford Courant - The 1st day Of Practice

Written by Super User on Wednesday, 20 July 2011 11:38. Posted in NFL Coverage

Practice always makes perfect or almost perfect. Personally I would like a pretty model to speak out in this video.

Practice in not only for sports. Many players online also need to sharp their skills if they don't want to lose their money. And just as with online casino, if you'll come to the tables without a shape, plan and execution, you're bound to loose big!

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NFL Lockout Heading to Resolution ?

Written by Super User on Monday, 18 July 2011 10:57. Posted in NFL Coverage

The lockout in the NFL seems to be the latest talk in NFL news. Everyone is worried if there is going to be an NFL season. So they may be a choice that you may not see your favorite NFL player or your favorite NFL team. You can stay tuned to the latest NFL news to find out more on the lockout. There may not be any more Monday night football, no more touchdowns, no more interceptions, no more going to games and sitting on the bleachers eating hotdogs. It’s going to be a long summer if this lockout happens, not only to the fans but also to the NFL players.

The NFL players rely on the money they make to take care of their family’s. If there is a lockout this means that the NFL players will have to go out and find another way to support their love ones. This would be hard to do if the majority of your skills are based upon playing football. Could you imagine walking into the nearest McDonalds and having Brett Favre serve you? Or having Michael Vic fix your car? All that good talent would have gone to waste. So please no lockout in the NFL.

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Rays’ Longoria Battling through the Pain

Written by Super User on Sunday, 03 July 2011 13:52. Posted in MLB Coverage

It seems nothing will stop Evan Longoria appearing in a Tampa Bay cap this summer after the 27-year-old revealed he is fighting through severe plantar fraciitis pain just to make the plate each day.

There has been extensive concern from MLB betting fans Longoria was about to hit the disabled list after appearing as designated hitter rather than 3B over the past few weeks, which culminated in him taking time off over the Rays’ weekend series victoryagainst Detroit.

Yet Longoria has insisted he isn’t heading to the DL and in the process revealed what’s been up recently:

“I’ve been battling with the plantar stuff for a better part of the month now and it just felt different (on Friday),” he told the Tampa Tribune. “I know that at least for now, I'm not going on the DL, which is good.”

Indeed, Tampa Bay fans betting MLB World Seriesknow how valuable Longoria is to their offensive line, although the Rays did go on to beat Detroit in their two games without him. His hurt isn’t something he can’t recover from quickly, for it involves inflammation in the tissue around the bottom on the foot – not good for a player who steps forward into swings and must hold his ground on base.

Yet Tampa cannot afford to let this .298 batter hit the DL and will instead hope he remains a bit-part player on the roster until his inflammation dies down. It’s disappointing he will likely miss a crucial part of the Rays’ season – with successive AL East series against the Blue Jays, Red Sox and Yankees this month – but maybe a rest over the coming week will be enough of a recovery period to send Longoria back out to the plate in time for Toronto’s arrival.

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Who Are The Best College Football Head Coaches In Terms Of Recruiting

Written by Super User on Saturday, 02 July 2011 13:20. Posted in Sports Extras


The ability to land top prospects in college football is essential to a programs survival. There are several reason why top recruits may decide on one program over another. It may be that they want to stay and play in their home state close to home. Often times a program’s winning reputation is enough to put a stamp on it for many top recruits. So when you lose some of your best players to transfers or to the NFL draft, many ask what are you to do. Well, hire one of these coaches and let them work their recruiting magic. Over the years these coaches have helped to maintain these top notch football programs through their ability to land top recruits across the nation. Lowvig.ag has compiled a list of some of the best.

Brian Kelly, Head Coach, Notre Dame: Brian Kelly has done a fantastic job recruiting the likes of Manti Te’o and Tyler Eifert both NFL lottery picks with high expectations. Seems as though Kelly will have his hands full after losing two of his best players to the draft. On the other hand he has managed to do a great job recruiting for the class of 2013. Kelly landed star running back Greg Bryant who has great hands, big play ability and is ranked as high as second in the nation at RB.

Urban Meyer, Head Coach, Ohio State: The Buckeyes are a national powerhouse and they can thank Urban Meyer for helping them maintain this high standard. Ranked second only to Alabama, Ohio State’s coach has managed to land some highly touted recruits such as safety Vonn Bell. Vonn is one of the top safety recruits in the nation he has great hands, is fundamentally sound and is also a great playmaker.

Butch Jones, Head Coach, Tennessee: Tennessee coach Butch Jones and his team of expert recruiters have already managed 15 commitments for 2014, tops in the country. How does he do it you might ask? Butch Jones is a master when it comes to building relationships with top recruits, he is very personable and understands the importance of this character trait. The Vols have landed top prospect Marquez North, one of the top WR recruits in the nation. He should help fill some of the voids left by their top playmakers who left for the NFL draft.

Nick Saban, Head Coach, Alabama: Nick Saban is a college football giant. Having said that even if he wasn’t, Alabama would still be landing some of the top recruits in the nation due to their powerhouse reputation alone. Alabama dominated opponents last year on their way to a national championship. This year Saban has showed his recruiting prowess by landing top recruits such as IL Reuben Foster, probably the best inside linebacker in his class as well as O.J Howard a top ranked TE. When it comes to recruiting top talent the Crimson Tide truly are ahead of the class. If you like horse racing check us out at www.lowvig.ag/horse-betting.

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4 Best Cornerbacks In The Country

Written by Super User on Thursday, 30 June 2011 11:20. Posted in NFL Coverage

There are some very interesting cornerback prospects to keep an eye on in college football this upcoming season and www.betonline.ag will preview some of the best. While there is a pretty decent talent pool to choose from, there are a few names that really stand out and could make some noise on the next level given the right opportunity. Often when drafting cornerbacks NFL teams look for players who have a rare combination of speed and football instincts that make for a great cover man at the pro level. Here is a list of four cornerbacks that will be highly sought after come time for the 2014 NFL entry draft.

Bradley Roby, Jr. Ohio State (5-11, 193) Bradley Roby has the speed and size to be a threat at the next level. He possesses the athletic intangibles to make a difference on any giving night as well as a unique ability to create big plays. His football instincts will be a huge asset going forward and he will be a real nuisance against opposing Big-Ten receivers.

Aaron Colvin, Jr. Oklahoma (6, 181) Aaron Colvin could be a real sleeper if he slips past the first round of the 2014 entry draft. He has a very high football IQ and may be the best in the country when it comes to playing the ball. At 6 foot and 181 pounds he may have to add some bulk to his frame before taking the next step, however he is a force and will be looking to improve on his solid 2012 campaign for Oklahoma.

Loucheiz Purifoy, Jr. Florida (6-1, 189) Loucheiz Purifoy has the kind of size and speed that NFL scouts salivate over. He is daunting to throw against, and plays with great intensity. His talents are such that he may also contribute on offense as an occasional wide receiver for the Gators this season. Purifoy has the talent to go in the first round of the NFL draft and can find many ways to help out on a pro club.

Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Jr. Oregon (5-10, 190) Ekpre-Olomu is a definite force to be reckoned with. Aside from being one of the fastest cornerbacks in the country he also has the ability to stalk quarterbacks at the next level with his pick six ability. Although he did have some issues with passer interference calls he has more than enough speed to keep up with elite receivers. If Ekpre-Olomu can polish up his game a little the skies the limit.

When looking at online sports betting for college football knowing which teams have a knack for stopping the pass is a huge advantage when placing successful bets. Having an elite cornerback or cornerbacks on your squad can effect the game in many ways. Opposing quarterbacks often avoid passing the football against great cornerbacks and it can cause the offense to become more one dimensional. Looking within the game to individual match ups can really shed some light on mismatches that can effect the outcome of a game.

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Rick Tildor is an online sports betting fanatic who loves to blog about the many ways you can win money with your sports knowledge. His blogs are filled with inside tips and pointers that can help you get ahead of the competition, and you can also discover all the unbeatable features that make his favorite online site, Betonline better than the competition.