It’s a new week here at BangTheBook.com and that means a new edition of The Bettor’s Box with host Adam Burke. A lot of things are happening in the baseball betting world and Adam is one of the best at breaking it all down for us on the show. On the August 10 edition, Adam talked more about the poor offensive numbers around the league, some guys to watch for odds movement, and four series coming up this week.
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This Monday show started out with a Monday Mailbag question regarding the new seven-inning doubleheaders and how to handicap those. After host Adam Burke answered that, he talked about offense being down around the league, how oddsmakers have already adjusted, and about what we saw over the weekend between the A’s and Astros, Rays and Yankees, and Royals and Twins.
Adam talked about some bullpen regression signs and some starting pitchers with noteworthy ERA/FIP splits that are likely to induce some line moves before giving a pick for Monday’s card. He wrapped up the show with thoughts on White Sox vs. Tigers, Marlins vs. Blue Jays, Diamondbacks vs. Rockies, and Athletics vs. Angels.
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