Henderson’s Richard Lovelady has a cardboard cutout of himself at Oakland Athletics home games this season, and a foul ball hit it on Friday.
Major League Baseball temporarily suspended the Miami Marlins’ season through Sunday because of their worsening coronavirus outbreak.
A DraftKings sportsbook bettor turned $2 into $1,923.38 after hitting a seven-team baseball parlay Sunday at 961-1 odds. The gambler played seven underdogs on the money line.
Relief pitcher stuck in Philadelphia hotel room awaiting latest test results as COVID-19 runs wild in Marlins’ dugout.
Two baseball games scheduled for Monday night were postponed after more than a dozen Miami Marlins players and staff members tested positive for the coronavirus.
The Miami Marlins delayed their postgame trip home amid concerns about a possible coronavirus outbreak within the team.
Baseball underdogs had their day Saturday after favorites went 14-2 to start the season. Five teams won at odds or +185 or greater.
Aviators reached out to displaced Blue Jays, but distance from American League East cities spiked a possible deal.
Only two underdogs cashed for bettors on the first full day of games. The Athletics ended the night with an epic bad beat for under bettors.
Sportsbooks needed one of the two underdogs, the Nationals or Giants, to win Thursday on the first day of MLB play, and they didn’t get it.
Handicapper Micah Roberts is backing the Mets (-138) over the Braves as one of his best bets largely because of Jacob deGrom, the +275 favorite to win the NL Cy Young Award.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the United States’ top infectious disease expert, opened up the major league baseball season by throwing out the first pitch before Thursday night’s season opener between the defending champion Washington Nationals and the visiting New York Yankees.
Review-Journal reporters Jim Barnes and Todd Dewey discuss the baseball landscape from a betting perspective, including World Series futures.
LOS ANGELES — Even before Mookie Betts played his first game in Dodger Blue, the superstar outfielder decided his future is in Los Angeles.