Do you think Phil Murphy is stalling to sign the bill to legalize sports betting?

Governor Phil Murphy said Friday he doesn’t have a timetable for when he’ll sign a bill authorizing legal sports betting in New Jersey, but he insisted he’s not sitting on it.

Boston is set at shortstop with Xander Bogaerts. But the Red Sox are getting uneven production from 21-year-old Rafael Devers at third.

Whoemever trades for Machado will be getting a short-term rental, since he’s scheduled to become a free agent after the 2018 season.

Yanks, Sox chasing ‘elite’ reliever?

Both he and Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper could be looking at free agent deals approaching $400 million, especially if deep-pocket teams like the Yankees and Phillies are interested.

Although Aaron Judge was homering a little more frequently as a rookie last season and Gary Sanchez’s sophomore season was almost as good as his first, the 2017 Yankees were a lot more inconsistent than this year’s club.

The fate of New Jersey sports betting is now in Murphy’s hands after both houses of the state Legislature voted overwhelmingly Thursday to pass the bill, which would regulate and tax such wagering online and in person at the Garden State’s casinos and racetracks.

Do you think Phil Murphy is sitting on it when it comes to legalizing sports betting?

Phones must be set to silent or vibrate and may only be used for texting/emailing if players are not in position nearby. Phone calls are only permitted in designated areas of the course.

Wi-Fi Zones: The USGA provides complimentary Wi-Fi in the FanZone, which is located to the right of the 17th green and left of the 12th hole. In addition, Wi-Fi will be available in grandstands throughout the grounds.

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