Sometimes host Adam Burke uses his role as the host of The Bettor’s Box to sort of evaluate his own process. He did that on today’s edition of the show with some really interesting philosophical elements about handicapping baseball and why he may be making some changes in the not too distant future.
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Host Adam Burke may have had an epiphany this morning. After looking at some run-scoring data and how teams win, he may be looking to change his handicapping mindset to some degree. Confused? You won’t be after you listen through his thoughts on today’s edition of The Bettor’s Box. Spoiler alert: We should handicap for offense more than we handicap for the opposite.
After talking about why Team Total betting may be the best approach moving forward, Adam recapped some line moves during the Down the Lines segment and talked about some of the most interesting ones of the week. To round out the show, he focused on four series for this weekend, with thoughts on Athletics vs. Astros, Giants vs. Diamondbacks, Padres vs. Rockies, and Indians vs. Cardinals.
We’ll keep you posted, but we may not have an edition of The Bettor’s Box on Monday.
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