2007 Buick Open Print
Thursday, 28 June 2007 06:10

Buick Open

Jay Williamson was spent. After missing a putt to win on the last hole last week at the Travelers, he sat down on the side of the green. Elbows on bended knees, he watched as Hunter Mahan made his birdie putt to force the playoff and Williamson, a journeyman playing on a sponsor’s exemption who would have secured a Tour card if he won, dutifully got up and shook hands with his competitor.

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Jim Furyk Has a Cross to Bear in Travelers Championship Print
Thursday, 21 June 2007 11:00

Travelers Championship

Furyk has his own cross to bear and may be flying a little under the radar this week, as I wrote last week, referring to Jim Furyk and his bogey on 18 at Winged Foot last year that kept him out of a playoff that never happened because two other players massacred the last hole even more than he did.

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Baseball Betting: A Slew of Angles and Facts Makes the Print
Thursday, 21 June 2007 10:15

More Than Pitching

Baseball betting is not just looking at the starting pitchers and making a selection. You need to look inside the numbers. Certain teams hit and pitch better on home than on the road, some teams are sensational against lefty pitchers (Mariners) while others can’t hit southpaws worth a lick.

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Baseball Splits - Starting Pitching Factor Print
Thursday, 21 June 2007 06:30

Lefty vs. Righty

Starting pitching is one of the biggest factors when lines are set in baseball but one thing not often taken into consideration is what side of the mound the pitcher is throwing from. Some teams have greater success against left-handed pitching than right-handed pitching and vice versa and it is important to take that into consideration when capping games. We have gone through over 40 percent of the season and have some very solid numbers and statistics to look at.

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Will Jason Giambi Meet With Authorities? Print
Thursday, 21 June 2007 06:00

Giambi's Tiny Balls

Does Major League Baseball think we're stupid?

Check that. Major League Baseball thinks we're stupid.

So much hullabaloo has been made over whether or not Jason Giambi will meet with the Mitchell people about his steroid use.

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