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MLB Pitchers Among "The Ballina Cup" Betting Favorites for Celeb Beer Pong Tourney

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Mar/30/2020

Finally!  Something to bet on!  It's in the form of a celebrity beer pong tournament called "The Ballina Cup" organized by musician Post Malone and our good friends at SportsBetting.ag have odds on each of the participants, including Major League Baseball pitchers currently sidelined by the delayed start of their sport.


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The charitable event has been set up to support coronavirus relief efforts. It will be streamed on Instagram Live over eight days starting some time this week (date to be determined).

SportsBetting.ag does have Indians pitcher Mike Clevinger as one of the favorites to take home the beer pong trophy, belt and chains. NFL receiver Danny Amendola is just ahead of him while the two-man team of Post Malone and MIKE are tied with Clevinger.

Other MLB players in the field include Trevor Bauer and Marcus Stroman. Bauer and Clevinger are actually matched up to go head-to-head in the first round.

The Ballina Cup

Danny Amendola +500

Post Malone/MIKE +600

Mike Clevinger +600

Barstool +800

NELK Boys +800

Tyler Seguin +900

Rob Gronkowski/Camille Kostek +1000

Johnny Manziel +1200

Travis Kelce +1200

Trevor Bauer +1200

Morgan Wallen +1200

Marcus Stroman +1400

Machine Gun Kelly +1400

Kane Brown +1400

Dansby/Mallory +1600

Zack Bia +1600

More info, including tournament bracket: https://twitter.com/theballinacup

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