Zendaya Coleman (+400)
Coleman is pretty much a pro dancer, staring on the Disney Channel's Shake It Up. The 16 year old definitely has the youth edge over her DWTS competition.
Kellie Pickler (+450)
The country music starlet is paired with former champion instructor Derek Hough, which gives her a huge edge.
Aly Raisman (+450)
The Olympic gymnast won two gold and a bronze in London this past summer. She's hoping to follow in the dance steps of fellow gymnast Shawn Johnson, who won in 2009.
Ingo Rademacher (+600)
The German-born Soap Opera star is best known for his role on General Hospital, so he should have the housewife vote on DWTS.
Victor Ortiz (+700)
It takes slick footwork to survive in the boxing ring. The same can be said for the DWTS stage. Surprisingly, Laila Ali was the best boxer on the show, finishing third in 2007. But Ortiz has a puncher's chance.
D. L. Hughley (+800)
Hughley can tell a joke, but can he cut a rug? He's partnered with Cheryl Burke, who has won DWTS twice, finished second twice, and finished third twice.
Jacoby Jones (+800)
The Baltimore Ravens' speedster is looking to add a DWTS title to his recent Super Bowl win. Football players have done extremely well on the show, so there is great underdog value with Jones.
Dorothy Hamill (+850)
Hamill won a gold medal in figure skating back in 1976 but the 56 year old is out to prove she has plenty of moves left. Fellow skaters Kristi Yamaguchi, who won DWTS, and Evan Lysacek, who finished second, have set the bar high.
Wynonna Judd (+1,000)
The Judds were known more for singing than dancing. Wynonna is 48 and has always struggled with her weight. But if Kirstie Alley can finish second, Wynonna has a shot.
Lisa Vanderpump (+2,000)
One of the stars of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills teams with Gleb Savchenko, who makes his American DWTS debut after participating in the Australian version of the show.
Andy Dick (+10,000)
Looking for the longest of long shots? If Andy Dick win DWTS, Disney will do an inspirational movie about.
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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2 months ago
"If it was a cock sucking competition, Andy person would be the prohibitive favorite,"
This is a 1* free play on the "under" between the St. Louis Cardinals and the LA Dodgers on Friday night (10:10 EST).
Lance Lynn (6-1, 3.27 ERA) gets the call for the visitors; Lynn is coming off a no-decision vs. the Brewers on Saturday in which he gave up four runs off eight hits over five frames of work; he'd strike out three and walk two. For the most part Lynn has been the very model of consistency this year and he'll look to bounce back with a better effort vs. a team he's enjoyed success against in the past, going 1-0 with a very respectable 3.75 ERA in two career starts at Dodger Stadium. Lynn will be opposed by Chris Capuano (1-2, 4.84 ERA) who went eight frames on Saturday vs. the Braves, allowing five hits, leaving the game with a 1-0 lead with a strained calf: "It wasn't affecting pitch execution out there," Capuano assessed afterwards. "It just feels a little tired. I've got an extra day before the next start (Friday against the Cardinals). With treatment and stuff we should be able to get that ready." The southpaw is 1-1 with a 3.57 ERA over his last three starts, allowing two runs off 10 hits with a walk over his last two. Two competent starters going head to head vs. a couple of inconsistent lineups; I feel the table is set for a low-scoring pitchers duel. How about you? What do you think? Slug-fest or duel?AAA