It was that time again. Thursdays seem to be rolling around a little bit quicker now that most of the lockdowns have been relaxed. Maybe it’s just because the KBO is on host Adam Burke’s mind all day, every day. On the May 28 version of The Bettor’s Box, the best KBO betting podcast in the business, Adam recapped what we just saw, gave out some potential positive and negative regression signs, and previewed the weekend ahead.
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Host Adam Burke was back on the mic to talk some KBO with the Thursday May 28 edition of The Bettor’s Box. Adam took a look at some early run differential metrics and examined the Pythagorean Win-Loss records for each team through 20 games and explained why there are some discrepancies. He also talked about bullpen regression and some teams to follow in that department.
After recapping the five series that were just played, including some observations and betting tips, Adam launched into a preview of the weekend ahead with what he’s looking for with Hanwha vs. SK, KT vs. Kiwoom, LG vs. Kia, Lotte vs. Doosan, and NC vs. Samsung.
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