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150-Unit MLB Parlay Wins, Fast Track In Louisville, Arrieta--Wow


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150-Unit Baseball Parlay Set To Win Tonight

4-1 With Last 5


Fast Track Predicted For Saturday’s Kentucky Derby

142nd Running One Of Most Wide-Open In Years


Cubs Pitcher Jake Arrieta Is A Combination

Of Sandy Koufax, Bob Gibson And Superman

And He’s Just One Reason Chicago Will Win It All



By Kelso Sturgeon


I attribute my longevity and success as a public sports  handicapper to understanding and accepting the realities of battling and surviving in a most challenging arenas to my own two—and only two—universal rules of the business. First, as a handicapper one can do everything right and still lose and second, there is an exception to every rule. Understand and accept these two rules and you will keep a level head and should be on your way to the smiling line.

It has always been a temptation to add a third rule—that there are a thousand ways to lose and just one way to win but it has thus far not made the cut.

Contributed Articles 5/2/2016 by Kelso Sturgeon

Kentucky Derby Contender Pros and Cons


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With 15 days until the 2016 Kentucky Derby (May 7, Churchill Downs) it is time to gear up DERBY DOINGS and we'll start today with Part 1 of the "CLIFF NOTES" version of our Top Qualifier Outline.

Saturday's edition will publish the remaining 10 on the Top List as well as the also eligible and subsequent editions of DERBY DOINGS will go into much more detail and will be published on a regular basis...every other day is the plan.

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Carroll scores 21, Raptors beat Heat in OT to tie series

TORONTO (AP) This time, overtime went the way of the Toronto Raptors.

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Rea takes no-hit bid into 7th; Padres beat Mets 5-3

SAN DIEGO (AP) Colin Rea lost his no-hit bid with two outs in the seventh inning when Yoenis Cespedes singled the other way against a shift, and finished with eight-plus innings of three-hit ball as the San Diego Padres beat the New York Mets 5-3 Thursday night.