Two New Jersey congressmen are renewing their efforts to allow sports betting in the state. Democrat Frank Pallone Jr. and Republican Frank LoBiondo introduced bills last week taking two different approaches toward the same goal.
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We’ve come a long way since Hall of Famers Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays were banned from baseball for associating with gamblers – not betting on games or tipping them off about injuries, but by shaking their hands as Atlantic City casino greeters.
The Kansas City Royals gave it their all in the World Series. They just didn’t have Madison Bumgarner. He punctuated a World Series performance for the ages by pitching the San Francisco Giants to their third championship in five years.
V.I.P. The 3 - 2 Pitch | After the Royals and Giants traded lopsided wins to open the 2014 World Series in KC, the teams traded a pair of vastly different victories in SF to square the Series at 2-2 prior to Sunday’s fifth game.
So where is the starting point to define 40 years of GamingToday? Why, at the beginning, of course. Chuck DiRocco created the first issue of SPORTS FORM in May 1976 and the all black and white version promoted a full page, front page photo of Honest Pleasure as the favorite for the 102nd running of the Kentucky Derby.
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