It's been one year since the state launched online sports betting and the first retail sportsbook opened in Connecticut. Gov. Ned Lamont made the first legal wager last year when he bet $50 on the WNBA's Connecticut Sun to beat the Chicago Sky. He followed that bet at Mohegan Sun with a $20 bet a few weeks later on the underdog New York Giants against the Kansas City Chiefs, a wager he made at New Haven's Sports Haven. On Friday, Lamont commemorated a year with legalized sports betting by placing another wager. In a video shared on Twitter Friday morning, Lamont is shown taking the 20-1 odds that his beloved Yankees will beat the Atlanta Braves in the World Series. "I'm going to win it!" Lamont said as he placed his bet.\u00a0 Lamont's wager comes just a week after he took to Twitter to share his thoughts on "fixing baseball" following Aaron Judge being walked four consecutive times by the Toronto Blue Jays. Judge was looking to surpass Roger Maris' American League home run record, which he eventually did before the season ended. \u201cNothing more boring than watching a home run hitter get walked over and over again,\u201d Lamont said on Twitter. "New rule ... You walk a slugger like Aaron Judge once, he takes first base. You walk him twice in the same game, he gets first base and second base. Walk him three times in a game, you get the idea. And you walk him four times like Toronto did last night, you might as well pitch to him. It's the equivalent of a home run. Let the batter, batter. What say you?"