Charlize Theron: +800
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are getting a divorce after five years of marriage. Hard not to get caught up in the Hollywood gossip and thankfully SportsInteraction.com gave us a prop bet to play with. They have blonde-bombshell Charlize Theron as the favorite to be Cruise's next girlfriend.
Cameron Diaz: +1000
Cruise's costar from the movie Knight and Day. Diaz is single and has dated other nut jobs like Alex Rodriguez in the past, so why not?
Kristen Stewart: +1000
This would be unsettling to say the least. Cruise, 49, is 27 years older than Stewart. Then again, he's 16 years older than Katie Holmes. Stewart, who knows a thing or two about vampires, was just 4 years old when Cruise starred in Interview with the Vampire.
Scarlett Johansson: +1200
Cruise obviously saw those naked cell phone pictures of Johansson on the Internet. What's not to like there, right? Johansson was previously married to actor Ryan Reynolds, so she knows how to deal with overly dramatic dudes.
Reese Witherspoon: +1400
Tommy likes his blondes. Plus Witherspoon, who's an inch shy from dwarf status, is the only Hollywood actress who could make Cruise look tall if the two were holding hands on the red carpet.
Emma Stone: +1400
Another creepy choice and a long shot in my books. Stone, who turns 24 in November, seems way too cool to date a Hollywood has-been like Cruise.
Nicole Kidman: +2500
Kidman is married to country music singer Keith Urban but she was crazy enough to marry Cruise once. Even if they don't get back together, they'll always have Days of Thunder... oh, and they're two adopted kids.
Elizabeth Moss: +3300
Now here's a match that makes sense. Moss, who plays Peggy on Mad Men, dumped her former partner and SNL star Fred Armisen because of her devotion to Scientology. Cruise has ended two marriages because of his partners resistance to the religion.
3/4/2013 11:55:00 AM
Dancing With The Stars: Season 16 Odds
Season 16 of Dancing With The Stars is set to go and sportsbooks are quick to post odds on the popular reality dance show.
1/22/2013 12:26:00 PM
Top Grossing Movie Of 2013 Prop Odds
This year is shaping up to be huge for Hollywood blockbusters. If you plan on heading to the movies to watch these films in 2013, why not put a little wager down to go along with that popcorn.
2/25/2013 12:00:00 PM
MLB Home Run Title Futures Odds
Spring Training has sparked sportsbooks to release a long list of MLB props for the upcoming season. The LVH Superbook in Las Vegas has odds out on which big swinger will win the home run crown in 2013.
1/8/2013 12:43:00 PM
Odds On Next Celebrity Breakup
Think you know which famous couple is about to call it quits? Cash in on the next big celebrity breakup with these novelty odds courtesy of PaddyPower.com.
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I've been on a real roll in MLB lately & don't be surprised to see the Minnesota Twins shock the Detroit Tigers on Thursday. The Tigers had to deal with two lengthy rain delays in Cleveland on Wednesday before ultimately prevailing 11-7. While it was a rewarding series for Detroit (won both games), it was a taxing one as well. Don't be surprised to see them get caught napping tonight.
Here are my keys to the game:
1. Scott Diamond - He's been "sneaky good" on the road this season, winning all 3 starts and posting a 1.42 ERA and 0.737 WHIP. Facing a Tigers team that has dropped significant money vs. lefties the last two seasons, including a 3-6 mark in '13, is an advantage for Diamond. Tigers' starter Rick Porcello has a 6.25 ERA in seven starts this season & a 3-11 TSR in his career when working on 5+ days rest.
2. Scheduling Advantage - Though the Twins lost their 8th in a row yesterday, at least the game was over early. Detroit's game in Cleveland didn't end until much later than anticipated thanks to nearly two hours worth of rain delays.
3. X-Factor - Minnesota is a perfect 5-0 this year as a road underdog in the +150 to +175 range.
Selection: The play is on the Minnesota Twins (1*)