As the All-Star break approaches for Major League Baseball, for an offshore bookmaker here are some of the things we are expecting to happen on the second half of this ongoing season. Here are some of our predictions of what might happen this year.
Starting at who will lead the League in Home Runs, we are predicting that Edwin Encarnacion will continue to crush homers for the rest of the season. The Blue Jays player will continue to show his power hitting skills and eventually lead the league in that department come the end of the season.
Now, the next might be regarded as a bold prediction. But we are not alone on this one. We think that if there is a pitcher in the league today to most likely throw a no-hitter is Chicago White Sox’s Chris Sale. So far the season has only seen two no-hitter games, and as the season progresses the likelihood of a third one from happening is not to far fetched, considering Sale’s performance so far and his abilities.
The average offshore bookmaker customer knows that in order to set up the lines on preseason games, depends a lot on the team reports generated after the minicamps. It is when the coaching staff shapes how the depth on each department will look like. The performance of the players, both rookies and veterans, so with this into consideration. How the players are responding on the aforementioned minicamps. Let’s take a look onto which of the rookies are reportedly performing well, and those who are not.
Teddy Bridgewater, the rookie quarterback for Minnesota, is really giving the Viking’s coaching staff a lot to think about. Bridgewater is not likely to be rushed to start this coming season, but considering on how the Vikings have had problems in the quarterback position, he could be making his way to the starting role. Reports coming from Minnesota state that Bridgewater is showing determination and hard work that has all the entire Vikings organization extremely happy.
College football Betting at SBG Global is finally back! It has been a long offseason of baseball and Olympic Synchronized Swimming (not sure which is more dull) but now the helmets are back on and it is time for some good old-fashioned gridiron action between the Tennessee Volunteers and the North Carolina State Wolfpack.