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Betting lines for Browns, DeShone Kizer
Betting lines for Browns, DeShone Kizer

The Browns’ season could go a number of directions. Sports Betting Dime suggests most of them aren’t good. The site gives Cleveland the second-best odds at the No. 1 overall pick. Their 5/1 is second to the Jets’ 4/1. DeShone Kizer, who isn’t expected to start opening weekend, has the fourth-best odds to throw the most...
WATCH: Sean Casey wears “The Mayor” jersey on MLB Network
WATCH: Sean Casey wears “The Mayor” jersey on MLB Network

Former Reds first baseman Sean Casey is a fan of Players Weekend. On Players Weekend Aug. 25-27, players will wear nicknames on their jerseys. Casey got into the act on MLB Network, wearing a Reds jersey with “The Mayor” across the back. “I was the mayor at some point, guys,” Casey said, laughing. “And I still am.&rdquo...
Did you see the latest entry into the bad first-pitch Hall of Fame?
Did you see the latest entry into the bad first-pitch Hall of Fame?

Red Sox fan Jordan Leandre cemented himself among the best worst ceremonial pitches on Wednesday. Leandre, a cancer survivor who has thrown multiple first pitches at Fenway Park, let one get away from him that hit cameraman Tony Capobianco where it hurts the most. Capobianco was alright, and even had fun with it. Some Reds fans may remember a pitch...
Betting odds aren’t high for Bengals, Browns postseason chances
Betting odds aren’t high for Bengals, Browns postseason chances

Sports Betting Dime considers the Bengals and Browns non-contenders. The site gives the Bengals 3/1 odds to reach the postseason, while the Browns are 5/1. The only team with worse odds than Cleveland is the New York Jets. The Jets, at 49/1, are considered about the biggest playoff longshot in recent NFL history by most pundits. Cincinnati has...
WATCH: 38-year-old Cubs pitcher John Lackey steals second base
WATCH: 38-year-old Cubs pitcher John Lackey steals second base

You’re never too old to steal your first base. Cubs’ pitcher John Lackey stole second in Chicago’s 8-7 win over the Reds on Wednesday. It was the first steal in the 38-year-old veteran’s career. Lackey singled off Homer Bailey in the bottom of the fourth. He took off early (and unexpectedly) on an 0-1 count and slid to beat...
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