Baseball April in the Books – Who’s a Worthy Look for May?

With MLB’s first month in the tank we thought what better way to welcome the month of May than to evaluate exactly where teams stand and who deserves a second look with your hard-earned betting dollar. Baseball is a funny game and can be unpredictable at times it can also be a rewarding game to

Private Bookies Can Gear Up for an Early MLB Start with Pay Per Head

If you are a private bookie running and managing your own independent sportsbook, once the smoke clears from college basketball, the early start of the 2018 MLB regular season is waiting to fill the void. In past MLB seasons, opening day games were scheduled for the first Monday in April. This would normally coincide with

Now is the Time for Betting MLB Futures and Props at an Online Sportsbook

The focus for most sports bettors in March shifts towards college basketball while the Boys of Summer continue to prepare for another MLB season. While you still have some time before the MLB games start counting for real, Opening Day in the Majors has been moved up to the end of this month. This means

Dodgers: Is Their Road to The World Series as Easy as it Looks?

Give it up to Dodgers fans, they are enduring people! It seems like a lifetime since their last World Series victory. 1988 was a lifetime for many, and the question on every fans mind remains; is this the Dodgers year? Have they finally turned the corner? Record alone, says yes. The Dodgers are on pace

Houston Astros Running Away with AL West

It may only be June, but the Houston Astros have already set themselves apart as one of the best teams in baseball. The offense has been firing on all cylinders and a revitalized Dallas Keuchel has led the staff to new heights. It’s all translated into the MLB’s best record. It might be a little

MLB World Series Game 7 Betting Options

This year’s MLB World Series showdown between the National League’s Chicago Cubs and the American League’s Cleveland Indians has lived up to all the hype. Both teams have been able to grind out or pound out three victories in the first six games to force a deciding Game 7 on Wednesday night in at 8

Indians Hope Wind Doesn’t Blow Tomlin Away

By Charles Jay   As we speak, meteorologists are hard at work describing what the wind conditions could be like at Wrigley Field on Friday night, as that ballpark plays host to its first World Series game in 71 years. And obviously handicappers are paying some attention to it as well, because there could be

DTM’s MLB Game of the Day | NLCS Game 5

Chicago Cubs (108-61) at Los Angeles Dodgers (96-75)   When: 8:00 PM ET, Thursday, October 20, 2016 Where: Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, California America’s Bookie Line: Cubs -151 Total: 7 Pitching Matchup: Cubs LH Jon Lester (19-5, 2.44 ERA) vs. Dodgers RH Kenta Maeda (16-11, 3.48 ERA) TV Coverage: Fox Sports 1 Playoff Series: League

Power Rankings for Potential Playoff Teams

Two weeks remain and we have our Power Rankings for Potential Playoff Teams heading in the postseason.  Wonderful to see everyone gathered here again here at APEX Baseball Betting.  Gaining perspective by these values gives a perspective on potential mismatches that the oddsmaker’s forumlas miss.  SO now we reveal who we think has the goods

MLB Trivia : Truly Turn of the Century

Generation gap is catching up to us all with MLB Trivia in our hearts and minds.  Good afternoon and welcome back to APEX Baseball Betting.  Traditionalists are a tad sadden when this flashed across our desk.  Do you realize that their are only five players who played before 2000 on MLB rosters?  When the immortal