Following the Bad News Bears play to end the game, Detroit Tigers manager A.J. Hinch had the following to say to the media.
From Detroit Free Press:
“That was a very ugly ending to an otherwise well-played game,” manager AJ Hinch said. “We did a lot of good things tonight and put ourselves in position, and then made a mess of the ninth.”
“Just try to keep encouraging them,” Hinch said. “I didn't say anything to the group. I'll work my way into the dining area and sit down with some guys. We got to pick ourselves up and get back to the ballpark tomorrow. It was a cold night. We did a lot of good things. It didn't end our way. It'll be hopefully better tomorrow.”
We hear from manager A.J. Hinch after his Tigers get sloppy in the ninth and hand one to the Twins 5-4. #Leinenkugels pic.twitter.com/flEqKKiIm1
— Bally Sports Detroit (@BallySportsDET) April 27, 2022
FROM LAST NIGHT:
Welp. This is going to be a tough one to shake off.
After trailing 3-1 in the top of the eighth inning, the Detroit Tigers took a 4-3 lead following a Javier Baez 3-run bomb.
Unfortunately, the Tigers were not able to hold the lead and they ended up losing the game on a play that looked like it was straight out of a Bad News Bears movie.
Rather than trying to explain what happened, we will let you watch for yourself.
Tigers lose 5-4.
Oh no. The Tigers just figured out the worst way possible to lose a ball game. Wow
— Ben Verlander (@BenVerlander) April 27, 2022
NFL Draft Betting: Should We Bet the Chalk in the First-Round Pick Market?
There are a ton of ways to bet the NFL Draft at FanDuel Sportsbook this year, including some first-round pick odds for 48 players.
I aggregated some rankings and projected out odds for each player listed in order to find out where value exists.
Where might there be betting value? Let's take a look.
Rankings in the table refer to ESPN's Best Player Available rankings (ESPN), NFL Mock Draft Database's Consensus Big Board rankings (MDD), and Grinding the Mocks' expected draft position (GTM).
The six players listed with odds of -300 or shorter are actually rating out as good value bets to be first-rounders, given the strong ranks across the board.