It’s a great time to be a Baltimore Ravens fan. The 2022 season is in full swing and Maryland is nearing the rollout of online sports betting. If you prefer to make your bets in person or just want to get a taste of the retail sportsbook experience, however, there are options for fans to bet on the Ravens in Baltimore.Read More
Maryland sports betting is a reality with legislation passed over a year ago. However, Maryland sports bettors have had to remain patient, as regulators have taken quite a while to allow sportsbooks to open officially.Read More
Much to their dismay, Maryland bettors are still awaiting an official launch date for online sports betting. Although Maryland’s Sports Wagering Application Review Committee (SWARC) recently made progress concerning draft regulations and applications, the committee is still being held back by the incomplete disparity study.Read More
Total wagering on the rescheduled, closed-door Preakness Stakes program at Pimlico last Saturday was down nearly 50% from its 2019 renewal, a pandemic-impacted decline similar to that experienced at the Kentucky Derby, which was moved from May to September.Read More
When sports were abandoned earlier this year, it left a void that wasn’t guaranteed to be filled with any haste. The appearance of Covid-19 (novel coronavirus) upended life as we knew it.Read More
The all-time leading goalscorer for England became the most expensive player in MLS history when he joined D.C. United in 2018. On the field, the talismanic striker proved to be worth every cent of his $5 million a year price tag, with 25 goals and 14 assists in 52 appearances for the club.Read More
The 146th Kentucky Derby was supposed to take place on the first Saturday of May at Churchill Downs. But, because of the coronavirus pandemic or Covid-19, “The Run for the Roses” will be moved on September 4 and 5.Read More
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