Four checks written by Pete Rose, which were used as evidence of his betting history that resulted in his being banished from baseball, will go up for auction Friday.
Dan Szymborski uses the ZiPS projection system tells the best MLB prop bets to make for 2013.
Pete Rose says he still wants to manage someday, and questions why he hasn't gotten a second chance from Major League Baseball to get back into the game after acknowledging he bet on baseball.
The Hit King spent 15 years in adamant public denial that he gambled on baseball. Is there a teaching moment in there for Roger Clemens? Maybe, but only if the Rocket really wants to learn it.
AJ Mass explains the so-called gambler's fallacy and why it's very difficult to predict a player's production, whether he is ice-cold, red-hot or on par with career averages.
Former Ohio State star Art Schlichter relives his college days and the beginning of his gambling problem.
A veteran scout fired earlier this month by the Baltimore Orioles has been linked to a sports betting probe, and more scouts could soon be implicated, according to a SI.com report.
News in brief around the major leagues.
If Pete Rose thinks writers have soured on him since his gambling admission, he hasn't heard the half of it.
When competition can't get the adrenalin pumping anymore, gambling provides the rush some athletes crave.
Pete Rose's former gambling cohorts say he's still not telling the whole truth.
Details of the Pete Rose gambling investigation will be available to the public -- but not for several years.
The NBA says it's betting with house money by allowing a WNBA franchise to play at the Mohegan Sun.
The Dayton Daily News reported Sunday that it has possession of a tape recording that has Pete Rose promising to pay off a gambling debt to Richard K. Skinner, a bookie the FBI said had close ties to the Mafia and cocaine trafficking.
Former baseball commissioner Fay Vincent has an idea for a plaque should old nemesis Pete Rose get into the Hall of Fame: Put "Banned for Gambling" right on it.
If John Dowd had more time to investigate Pete Rose 13 years ago, he likely would have unearthed an even more damaging account of the all-time hits leader's gambling habits.