With the start of the MLB season right around the corner, we take a look at league-wide props to consider. If you feel like the home run will be making a comeback this year, you’re in luck. And if you’re more into pitchers? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our MLB season specials.
The Washington Capitals are the NHL’s hottest team, but aren’t getting any Stanley Cup love. With the ninth-best odds, will they win a second Stanley Cup?
Jose Canseco wants to fight Alex Rodriguez because… of course he does. A-Rod has to accept, right? Canseco opened as the favorite; can A-Rod recover?
The Night King turned one of Daenerys’ children, Viserion, against her. Jon Snow is the favorite to end his reign. Will he and Longclaw down the Ice Dragon?
The Milwaukee Brewers’ win total didn’t reflect their 2018 success, and bettors noticed. Now they’ve pushed the total up by two. Is it still worth betting?
Max Scherzer was denied his third-straight NL Cy Young by Jacob deGrom’s historic 2018. This year he leads some intriguing names in the Cy Young odds.
Bettors dig the long ball, right? Well dig in as we bring you our favorites from BetOnline’s 70 over/unders for home runs ahead of the 2019 MLB season.
With a month to go in the 2018-19 NHL season, the race for the Vezina Trophy is on. Right now, Andrei Vasilevskiy is in the lead. See the odds here.
Bryce Harper has finally landed. After signing with the Philadelphia Phillies, is Harper in line for a massive year and maybe an MVP award? We break down his 2019 odds.
The Eagles made it official on Wednesday, announcing they won’t be using the franchise tag on QB Nick Foles, leaving him an unrestricted free agent this offseason. See the odds on where the Super Bowl 52 MVP will sign.
The 2019 NHL Trade Deadline saw lots of big names on the move. What kind of point totals can Mark Stone and Wayne Simmonds put up with their new teams?
The Boston Red Sox won the AL East and then the World Series in 2018. But as pitchers and catchers report, the New York Yankees are favorites to win the division.
Whether it’s Antonio Cromartie naming (most of) his kids, or Bob Wylie, you love HBO’s Hard Knocks. And now, thanks to Matt Patricia, the Raiders are leading the odds to be featured in 2019!
The Columbus Blue Jackets are in a playoff spot, but their two best players are free agents at the end of the 2018-19 NHL season. Could either, or even both, be on the move before February 25th?