It’s a Thursday and the only reason we know that is because host Adam Burke had a new edition of The Bettor’s Box, his world-renowned MLB betting podcast to share with listeners. On this edition of the show, Adam tackled the concept of Cluster Luck and how it can define a season for a team that is an outlier one way or another. Confused? You won’t be once you hear today’s segment.
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On the Thursday April 2 edition of BangTheBook Radio, host Adam Burke talked about the concept of Cluster Luck. Performance with the bases empty and performance with runners in scoring position can really make or break a season and Adam wanted to use that concept to seek out some positive and negative regression candidates coming into the 2020 season, whenever that may be.
Adam had several compelling teams to discuss on today’s segment, including the New York Yankees, Texas Rangers, Philadelphia Phillies, Milwaukee Brewers, Tampa Bay Rays, and Cincinnati Reds because of their outcomes and why he is looking to buy or sell those teams.
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