MLB 2024 early season winners and losers

In the American League East, the Baltimore Orioles and New York Yankees are leading the pack, with the Orioles' winning percentage at .650 and the Yankees' close behind at .643. The Boston Red Sox, Tampa Bay Rays, and Toronto Blue Jays are trailing, with the Blue Jays at the bottom of the division.

The Central Division sees the Cleveland Guardians in the lead with a .619 winning percentage, followed closely by the Minnesota Twins and Kansas City Royals. The Detroit Tigers are in the middle, while the Chicago White Sox are struggling significantly this season.

Out West,...

The Future of Football: Technological Innovations Shaping the Euro 2024

Authored by Simon Wells
Posted: Wed, 05/22/2024 - 7:18pm

As England fans, our love for football isn't just a hobby—it's a passion that fills pubs, livens up living rooms, and vibrates through stadiums with every match. Recently, technology has started to make its mark on the sport we cherish, sharpening decisions on the pitch and transforming our experiences as supporters, especially as we gear up for the Euro 2024.

Embracing the Digital Referee: VAR and Beyond

Remember when Video Assistant Referee (VAR) first came onto the scene at the 2018 World Cup? It's been a wild ride since then, but it's starting to find its footing,...

Pickleball fever grips West Exe School!

Authored by Daisy Hall
Posted: Tue, 05/14/2024 - 9:45pm

Students at West Exe School , part of the Ted Wragg Trust , have been picking up their paddles and taking part in the pickleball craze that has been sweeping the country!

Pickleball, once a niche sport, has exploded into a nationwide craze in recent years, captivating players, regardless of their age or skill level. The game first emerged in the 1960s and is a mixture of tennis, badminton and ping pong, it has gained momentum in recent years as the ultimate social sport, bringing people together to take part in a fun and accessible form of exercise.

Pickleball has now...

Ryan Woods claims his career is revitalized after his move to Exeter City

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Mon, 04/29/2024 - 11:56pm

Ryan Woods is a footballer whose career has recently started to take a new level thanks to his move to Exeter City . After signing the contract, he feels that his game has become more confident and better. As reported by the footballer himself, he gained valuable experience and drive playing for Exeter City, which helped him to reach his potential. And the club transition of the player clearly benefited. The team has become more popular, which is reflected in the growth of bets on Parimatch, Mostbet, and other bookmakers.

Who is Ryan Woods?

Ryan Woods is a talented...

The last meeting with Exeter forced Leyton Orient to play without a full squad

Authored by Simon Wells
Posted: Mon, 04/29/2024 - 11:43pm

Different events happen in the world of soccer - sometimes they are joyous and sometimes they are disappointing. One such event was the meeting between Exeter and Leyton Orient , in which the Leyton Orient team was forced to play with only ten men.

The soccer match between Exeter and Leyton Orient proved to be an exciting and tense match until the very end. Both clubs put in a tough performance on the pitch, but it was Exeter who were able to snatch a draw thanks to their perseverance and tenacity.

The game opened up with plenty of action, firstly with two goals from...

The Manc Menace (left) with Tobias Repper of fit20 (right)

fit20 Exeter's Tobias Repper wins UWCB charity fight, advocating strength training

Authored by Al Gibson
Posted: Fri, 04/26/2024 - 12:25pm

"Fit 20 Exeter's training builds endurance for any sport and especially when it comes to boxing or martial arts," says Tobias Repper, who is one of the studio's personal trainers. Tobias recently defeated his opponent, 'the Manc Menace' after three two-minute rounds and says there is nothing like fit20 to help sportspeople excel in their chosen discipline.

In fact, fit20 Exeter has seen some pretty good results when it comes to fit20 and boxing / martial arts. Last November amateur boxer, Garry Kearley won a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) charity event after being trained in the Honiton...

3 Sports that are thriving in 2024

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Thu, 04/25/2024 - 11:09pm

Sports have been gripping the world since before we can remember. There is something exciting about supporting a team or a player and watching them work hard each year, for them to win or come close to winning the sport that they excel in. Take football as an example, this year it has been thriving with the premier league being a very close competition - Will Liverpool, Man City or Arsenal win the league this year? If you are a sports fan, it’s hard not to appreciate a season where there’s three teams that can win it.

Darts is another sport that has been thriving this year and so...

5 MLB Betting Tips You Should Use for the New Season

Authored by Val Watson
Posted: Mon, 04/22/2024 - 11:57am

Baseball, America's pastime, offers a thrilling blend of strategy and chance, making it a natural favourite for sports betting enthusiasts. If you want to win big in this year’s season, there are some tips that you might want to take into heart. With the 2024 season in full swing, here are five key tips to elevate your MLB betting game and make informed decisions at the sportsbook.

Tip #1: Delve Deeper Than the Surface - Analysing Matchups

While win-loss records and team strength are crucial, successful MLB betting hinges on dissecting individual matchups. This goes beyond simply...

How do Contenders Qualify for the Kentucky Derby?

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Mon, 04/15/2024 - 9:34pm

The Kentucky Derby is one of the most prestigious and revered events in horse racing. Every year, the eyes of the racing world turn to Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, as a new generation of equine athletes vie for glory in the "Run for the Roses."

For horse owners, trainers, jockeys, and enthusiasts, participation in the Kentucky Derby represents the pinnacle of achievement, a culmination of years of dedication, training, and strategic planning.

But how do contenders earn the coveted opportunity to compete in this historic race? Let’s delve into the intricate...

Keeping tight-knit on the pitch! World’s longest multi-club scarf launches Kellogg’s football camps

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Tue, 04/09/2024 - 7:11am

The world’s longest multi-club football scarf, featuring more than 70 football clubs across England, Wales, and Scotland, has today been revealed to mark the launch of the Kellogg’s Football Camps programme.

In partnership with the English Football League, Manchester City, Celtic and Rangers, the football camps for girls and boys aged 5-15yrs will reach from Exeter to Edinburgh, supporting parents in keeping their kids active and entertained across the nation during the school summer holidays.

To celebrate the announcement, Kellogg’s is giving away 30,000 free places for...

Euro 2024 Play-Off Preview

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Mon, 04/08/2024 - 11:31pm

The delay of the World Cup in 2022 led to a shorter hiatus before the next grand football spectacle, making the buildup to this celebrated event all the more thrilling. This increased anticipation was due, in part, to the unique scheduling of the World Cup in Qatar, which took place in the winter, marking a distinct shift from its usual summer timeline.

While preparing for the grand summer tournament, you should watch out for the Coral New Customer Offer to be ready for the opening ceremony. And while We are waiting, let's delve into the groups, contenders, and predictions for...

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