Five men have plead guilty to federal crimes for their roles in a sports betting operation that took wagers from professional athletes. The ring was lead by a former Oakland Athletics pitcher Wayne Nix. Nix acknowledged receiving $245,000 from a pro football player, and $4,000 from a Major League Baseball coach. Records did not state if the athletes placed bets on their own team’s games.
Californians will vote in November for Sports betting legalizationCalifornians will vote in November for Sports betting legalization Voters in the nation’s most populous state will get a chance to unleash […]