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2016 MLB Trade Deadline Rumors and Speculations

Jay Bruce 2016 MLB Trade Deadline Rumors and SpeculationsIt’s the middle of the summer and it’s that time of the year again where the rumors are already everywhere about the MLB Trade deadlines that will be taking place in less than 2 weeks.

Our staff has been hearing rumors, speculations and hearsay for the last couple of weeks as to who will be going where and one of the big questions around is whether the Chicago Cubs will be major trade deadline players?

The Chicago Cubs management is tight lipped like every other team out there but reading between the lines, some sports handicappers believe that manager Joe Maddon and executives Jed Hoyer and Theo Epstein are on the hone looking for a left-handed batter.

In addition, the Cubs could use some young blood in their rotation but one thing is for sure, they won’t be trading Kyle Schwarber according to several interviews.

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Minnesota Twins Fire Terry Ryan

Minnesota Twins Fire GM Terry RyanThe Minnesota Twins are cleaning house after a having their worst season yet with a 33-58 record for the 2016 MLB AL year.  The first step they are doing is to fire the Twins General Manager, Terry Ryan.  Rob Anthony, the assistant general manager will take over his duties on an interim basis.

According to the Twins' CEO and owner, Jim Pohlad, the decision to fire Terry was "difficult, painful and not obvious..."

The press released that announced the release of Terry Ryan mentioned that the Twins have won the divison four times in the last 10 season where Ryan was the GM and that Ryan had been named the Sports News Executive of the year in 2002 and in 2006.

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MLB Betting – Playoff Contenders Final Week

MLB Betting Tips – Playoff Contenders Final Week We are down to the final week of the MLB Baseball betting season, and while all five teams in the National League have already clinched their playoff berth, there is still much to be decided in the American League. The Royals and Blue Jays have already clinched their divisions, and the Yankees have virtually knotted up their top Wild Card spot.

But the AL West Division is still up for grabs, and the Rangers, Angels, and Astros are all battling for the two remaining postseason slots.

Technically, Minnesota and Cleveland are still alive for the AL Wild Card hunt, but even if either one of those teams won the rest of their games, they would still need a ton of help to earn that final spot.

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Top 3 Sportsbooks for Baseball Betting

Top 3 Sportsbooks for Baseball BettingWe are currently in the middle of the baseball season and things are heating up as the Rangers, the Indians and the Orioles are leading the pack on the side of the American league.

In the National League, the Chicago Cubs are doing great followed closely by the Giants and the Nationals.

We thought that we would give you straight from the mouth of the betting experts which bookie is best for those that love to place their action on baseball.

They are several online sportsbooks that offer MLB baseball betting but which one offers the best lines and the best odds for your baseball betting needs?

We have taken a look at over 50 sportsbooks to give you our list of top three sportsbook for baseball betting.

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MLB Betting: Toronto Blue Jays Leap over NY Yankees

MLB Betting: Toronto Blue Jays Leap over NY Yankees It’s been a long road to the top, but the Toronto Blue Jays have finally surpassed the New York Yankees for the lead in the AL East Division, owning a 1.5-game lead over the Bronx Bombers heading into Friday’s action.

Toronto has been on an absolute tear going 18-4 in their last 22 games overall – a winning streak that coincided with bringing in ace pitcher David Price.

Now that the Blue Jays have the division lead, don’t expect them to be complacent – this is a team we will be looking to back throughout the next month and a half.

Offensive production was never a problem for the Blue Jays – they lead the majors in runs scored by a whopping 100-run margin and their overall run differential is +170 (42 runs better than second-best St. Louis).

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