Colin Kaepernick’s Next Team Odds Revealed

We wanted to let you know that a sportsbook we represent has odds on Colin Kaepernick’s next team and whether or not he’ll be signed before the start of the regular season.

Odds are courtesy of SportsBetting

Colin Kaepernick next team
Baltimore Ravens +200
Seattle Seahawks +250
Houston Texans +400
Kansas City Chiefs +500
Jacksonville Jaguars +750
Los Angeles Chargers +800
Minnesota Vikings +800
Tennessee Titans +1000
Philadelphia Eagles +1200

Will Colin Kaepernick sign with a team before Week 1?
Yes +275
No -450
(Odds opened Yes +200, No -300)


Sportsbooks: MLB Season Still Likely; Bet on It

The oddsmakers expect baseball to be played at some point this year:

Will there be an MLB regular season?
Yes -300
No +200
(Yes odds indicate a 75% probability)

Note from the actual implied probability excluding juice is 71.43%

Stats categories for AL/NL are:

– Batting average
– Hits
– Runs scored
– Stolen bases

Odds are courtesy of SportsBetting

AL – Highest Batting Average
Mike Trout (LAA) +600
Jose Altuve (HOU) +700
J.D. Martinez (BOS) +800
Michael Brantley (HOU) +800
Anthony Rendon (LAA) +900
Tim Anderson (CWS) +900
Whit Merrifield (KC) +900
Yuli Gurriel (HOU) +1000
Alex Bregman (HOU) +1200
Austin Meadows (TB) +1200
David Fletcher (LAA) +1400
Xander Bogaerts (BOS) +1400
Hanser Alberto (BAL) +1600
Jorge Polanco (MIN) +1600
Rafael Devers (BOS) +1800
Nelson Cruz (MIN) +2000
Trey Mancini (BAL) +2200
George Springer (HOU) +2500
Yoan Moncada (CWS) +2800

NL – Highest Batting Average
Christian Yelich (MIL) +800
Nolan Arenado (COL) +800
Ketel Marte (ARI) +900
Ozzie Albies (ATL) +900
Cody Bellinger (LAD) +1000
Jeff McNeil (NYM) +1000
Mookie Betts (LAD) +1000
Trea Turner (WSH) +1000
Bryan Reynolds (PIT) +1200
Charlie Blackmon (COL) +1200
Freddie Freeman (ATL) +1200
Justin Turner (LAD) +1200
Trevor Story (COL) +1400
Starling Marte (ARI) +1500
Amed Rosario (NYM) +1600
Nick Castellanos (CHC) +1600
Anthony Rizzo (CHC) +2000
Kevin Newman (PIT) +2000
Wilson Ramos (NYM) +2500
Jose Iglesias (CIN) +3000

AL – Most Hits 
Jose Altuve (HOU) +600
Whit Merrifield (KC) +600
Rafael Devers (BOS) +650
D.J. LeMahieu (NYY) +700
Francisco Lindor (CLE) +700
Jorge Polanco (MIN) +1000
Tim Anderson (CWS) +1000
Xander Bogaerts (BOS) +1000
J.D. Martinez (BOS) +1500
Anthony Rendon (LAA) +1600
Eddie Rosario (MIN) +1600
Yuli Gurriel (HOU) +1600
Bo Bichette (TOR) +2000
Elvis Andrus (MIN) +2000
Jose Abreu (CWS) +2000
Luis Arraez (MIN) +2000
Mike Trout (LAA) +2000
Michael Brantley (HOU) +2500
Alex Bregman (HOU) +3300
Andrew Benintendi (BOS) +3300
Jose Ramirez (CLE) +3300
Marcus Semien (OAK) +3300
George Springer (HOU) +4000
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (TOR) +4000

NL – Most Hits 
Nolan Arenado (COL) +600
Ketel Marte (ARI) +700
Ozzie Albies (ATL) +800
Trea Turner (WAS) +800
Jeff McNeil (NYM) +900
Christian Yelich (MIL) +1000
Jean Segura (PHI) +1000
Freddie Freeman (ATL) +1200
Mookie Betts (LAD) +1200
Charlie Blackmon (COL) +1400
Ronald Acuna Jr. (ATL) +1400
Amed Rosario (NYM) +1600
Fernando Tatis Jr. (SD) +1600
Starling Marte (ARI) +1600
Cody Bellinger (LAD) +2000
Bryan Reynolds (PIT) +2500
Javier Baez (CHC) +2500
Manny Machado (SD) +2500
Trevor Story (COL) +2500
Anthony Rizzo (CHC) +3000
Juan Soto (WAS) +3000
Kris Bryant (CHC) +4000
Lorenzo Cain (MIL) +4000

AL – Most Runs Scored
Mike Trout (LAA) +375
Francisco Lindor (CLE) +500
Alex Bregman (HOU) +600
Rafael Devers (BOS) +700
George Springer (HOU) +800
Jose Altuve (HOU) +900
Xander Bogaerts (BOS) +1000
Marcus Semien (OAK) +1200
Matt Chapman (OAK) +1400
Joey Gallo (TEX) +1600
D.J. LeMahieu (NYY) +1800
Anthony Rendon (LAA) +2000
J.D. Martinez (BOS) +2000
Jose Ramirez (CLE) +2000
Gleyber Torres (NYY) +2500
Carlos Correa (HOU) +2800
Aaron Judge (NYY) +3000
Josh Donaldson (MIN) +3000
Yordan Alvarez (HOU) +3300
Giancarlo Stanton (NYY) +4000

NL – Most Runs Scored
Mookie Betts (LAD) +325
Ronald Acuna Jr. (ATL) +500
Juan Soto (WAS) +650
Christian Yelich (MIL) +750
Cody Bellinger (LAD) +750
Nolan Arenado (COL) +1000
Bryce Harper (PHI) +1200
Charlie Blackmon (COL) +1200
Freddie Freeman (ATL) +1200
Kris Bryant (CHC) +1400
Trea Turner (WAS) +1400
Trevor Story (COL) +1600
Ozzie Albies (ATL) +1800
Javier Baez (CHC) +2000
Fernando Tatis Jr. (SD) +2500
Pete Alonso (NYM) +3000
Rhys Hoskins (PHI) +3300
Eugenio Suarez (CIN) +3500
Ketel Marte (ARI) +3500
Starling Marte (ARI) +3500
Paul Goldschmidt (STL) +4000
Anthony Rizzo (CHC) +5000

AL – Most Stolen Bases
Adalberto Mondesi (KC) +125
Mallex Smith (SEA) +250
Jonathan Villar (BAL) +450
Whit Merrifield (KC) +1000
Byron Buxton (MIN) +1200
Jose Ramirez (CLE) +1500
Dee Gordon (SEA) +2000
Elvis Andrus (TEX) +2000
Francisco Lindor (CLE) +2000
Oscar Mercado (CLE) +2500
Bo Bichette (TOR) +3000
Luis Robert (CWS) +3500
Tim Anderson (CWS) +4000

NL – Most Stolen Bases
Trea Turner (WAS) +200
Ronald Acuna Jr. (ATL) +400
Victor Robles (WAS) +600
Starling Marte (ARI) +700
Fernando Tatis Jr. (SD) +800
Jarrod Dyson (PIT) +1000
Amed Rosario (NYM) +1200
Christian Yelich (MIL) +1200
Billy Hamilton (SF) +1400
Trevor Story (COL) +1600
Tommy Pham (SD) +1800
Mookie Betts (LAD) +2500
Kolten Wong (STL) +4000


2020 MLB Season? Great Fantasy Baseball Type Odds

With hopes, perhaps naively, there is a 2020 MLB season, some great odds for fantasy baseball fans to exploit. Odds are courtesy of SportsBetting

AL Most Saves
Aroldis Chapman (NYY) +375
Roberto Osuna (HOU) +400
Taylor Rogers (MIN) +500
Brad Hand (CLE) +600
Liam Hendriks (OAK) +700
Alex Colome (CWS) +750
Brandon Workman (BOS) +800
Ken Giles (TOR) +1000
Hansel Robles (LAA) +1200
Ian Kennedy (KC) +1200
Jose Leclerc (TEX) +1500
Nick Anderson (TB) +1600
Joe Jimenez (DET) +2000
Mychal Givens (BAL) +3000
Yoshihisa Hirano (SEA) +3300
Matt Magill (SEA) +3500
Hunter Harvey (BAL) +4000
Diego Castillo (TB) +5000
Jose Alvarado (TB) +5000
Sergio Romo (MIN) +6000

NL Most Saves
Kenley Jansen (LAD) +400
Craig Kimbrel (CHC) +500
Kirby Yates (SD) +500
Josh Hader (MIL) +600
Edwin Diaz (NYM) +750
Archie Bradley (ARI) +900
Raisel Iglesias (CIN) +1000
Hector Neris (PHI) +1200
Sean Doolittle (WSH) +1400
Giovanny Gallegos (STL) +1600
Keone Kela (PIT) +1600
Marc Melancon (ATL) +2000
Wade Davis (COL) +2000
Brandon Kintzler (MIA) +2500
Will Smith (ATL) +2500
Felipe Vazquez (PIT) +3300
Tony Watson (SF) +3300
Daniel Hudson (WSH) +3500
Shaun Anderson (SF) +3500
Carlos Martinez (STL) +4000
Jordan Hicks (STL) +4000
Scott Oberg (COL) +4000
Andrew Miller (STL) +5000
David Robertson (PHI) +5000
Dellin Betances (NYM) +5000
Kyle Crick (PIT) +5000
Ryne Stanek (MIA) +5000
Michael Lorenzen (CIN) +6000
Corey Knebel (MIL) +6600
Blake Treinen (LAD) +7500

AL Most Strikeouts
Gerrit Cole (NYY) +125
Justin Verlander (HOU) +350
Shane Bieber (CLE) +600
Lucas Giolito (CWS) +900
Charlie Morton (TB) +1200
Mike Clevinger (CLE) +1500
Blake Snell (TB) +2000
Tyler Glasnow (TB) +2000
Lance Lynn (TEX) +2500
Eduardo Rodriquez (BOS) +3000
Matthew Boyd (DET) +3000
Corey Kluber (TEX) +3300
Jose Berrios (MIN) +3300
Dylan Bundy (LAA) +4000
Zack Greinke (HOU) +4000
Andrew Heaney (LAA) +5000
Carlos Carrasco (CLE) +5000
James Paxton (NYY) +5000
Mike Minor (TEX) +5000
Jake Odorizzi (MIN) +6000
Kenta Maeda (MIN) +6000
Masahiro Tanaka (NYY) +6600
Jakob Junis (KC) +7500

NL Most Strikeouts
Max Scherzer (WSH) +275
Jacob deGrom (NYM) +500
Trevor Bauer (CIN) +700
Stephen Strasburg (WSH) +800
Jack Flaherty (STL) +900
Aaron Nola (PHI) +1000
Patrick Corbin (WSH) +1200
Walker Buehler (LAD) +1400
Luis Castillo (CIN) +1500
Robbie Ray (ARI) +1500
Clayton Kershaw (LAD) +3000
German Marquez (COL) +3300
Sonny Gray (CIN) +3500
Zack Wheeler (PHI) +3500
Brandon Woodruff (MIL) +4000
Chris Archer (PIT) +4000
Caleb Smith (MIA) +5000
Jon Gray (COL) +5000
Madison Bumgarner (ARI) +5000
Max Fried (ATL) +5000
Chris Paddack (SD) +6000
David Price (LAD) +6000
Dinelson Lamet (SD) +6000
Joe Musgrove (PIT) +7500
Joey Lucchesi (SD) +7500
Zac Gallen (ARI) +7500


Black Lives Matter

I was raised to judge people by content of character and never by the color of one’s skin. When my son and I attended a peaceful protest, I’m not saying I agreed with everything written on every sign. I’d love to spend a few hours on Charlamagne tha God and talk some things out. But when it comes to George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Christian Cooper, there are no gray areas about the grave injustices done.

Most importantly, after seeing and hearing comments from African Americans, it became apparent that many believe white guys are apathetic, or worse yet, may even approve of what happened to the above. I hope I was able to take a petite stride towards dispelling that myth by showing my support. Most importantly, a photo-op or a hashtag is dandy, but if that’s all you have, then you are part of the problem.

I have always deemed education is the greatest equalizer in an imperfect world. I completed my fourth year as a volunteer at my hometown’s STAR House, where I help at-risk children with their homework. More times than not, it’s been four times a week, I’ve given my time. Because of Covid, the ending of the year was of course abrupt, but I have every intention of returning for I hope decades to come. In their impact report, you can see where I was quoted if you scroll down a few pages. Also, just a page or so down, I am given a brief feature in their newsletter. I’ve contributed money as well. I do practice what I preach and always will as health permits.

I have looked inward to examine if I am guilty of sub-consciously judging somebody by the color of their skin. I can recall moments going back to my childhood where I’m culpable of not having spoken up louder to deplorable things I heard people say.

I concur with 82nd Attorney General of the United States that we are a “nation of cowards” when it comes to talking about race. I think we need to listen more and shout less but I’m not sure we are any closer to having that honest discussion.

But I will continue to listen, preach, and practice equality.

Joe Duffy




Sports Betting on Jon Jones Next Fight, Conor McGregor Next Foe

Odds are courtesy SportsBetting

Will Jon Jones fight in UFC in 2020?
Yes +140
No -180

Jon Jones next fight
MMA -400
Boxing +250

Which will happen first for Jon Jones?
MMA or boxing match -200
Arrest +150

Additionally, there are odds available for Conor McGregor’s next opponent:

Kamaru Usman +250
Jorge Masvidal +300
Anderson Silva +400
Tony Ferguson +600
Khabib Nurmagomedov +600
Nate Diaz +700
Justin Gaethje +700
Floyd Mayweather +2000


Sportsbooks: MLB Likely to Be Played; Trump’s Chances of Winning White House on Rise

Will there be an MLB season? SportsBetting says yes. Bettors have odds of yes -300 and no at +200. The line opened at -500 and was wisely bet down.

Despite bipartisan criticism of President Trump’s handling of the nationwide protests and riots, he is still likely to take the White House according to Bovada.

Donald Trump and the Republican Party have seized the momentum with five months left to go before the 2020 US Presidential Election. Trump is the –120 favorite at press time to retain the presidency, and his Republicans are now –125 to be the winning party; they were tied with the Democrats in May.

Sports handicapper Joe Duffy, CEO of believes the combination of Trump’s handling of the Covid and George Floyd crisis and the Dem’s surprising nomination of Biden, make the Democrats the favorites.

“Had Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren gotten the nomination, Trump wins in a landslide,” but he adds, “Biden is the most centrist Democratic nominee since JFK. He should be -140.”

Bet on politics at Bovada and get a free 50% bonus. This election is still pretty much a toss-up according to those odds; however, the Margin of Victory futures suggest an even deeper lean towards the incumbent. Of all the potential margins on odds board, the Republicans winning by 101-149 electoral votes is the favorite at +600, followed by a 60-99 margin at +750. Tied for third at +800 are the Dems winning by the same two margins. The optics may not look good for Trump and the Republicans, but the current situation is at least somewhat reminiscent of 1968, when protests/riots swept across America.

While that year’s popular vote was very close, Hubert H. Humphrey and the fractured Democratic Party lost by 110 electoral votes to the GOP, with Richard Nixon running a “law and order” platform courting conservatives in the South. Get your politics odds at Bovada today.